Oceania – Prestine Coral Reefs Around Remote Islands
Overview of diving in Oceania
Oceania spans across a wide range of the Pacific Ocean and excellent diving can be found here. Pristine coral reefs full of marine life are the norm where ever you go. Countries such as French Polynesia and Australia have some of the best coral reef dives in the world.
Also the scene of intense fighting in World War 2, many countries in Oceania have underwater scars from this era. Huge shipwrecks can be dived in the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu. Therefore diving in Oceania has something for every type of diver.
Top Dive Sites / Locations
Fakarava Atoll, French Polynesia
SS President Coolidge wreck (Vanuatu)
Great Barrier Reef (Australia)
WWII wrecks in the Solomon Islands
Manta Night Dive (Hawaii)
Our dive trips to Oceania
During 2017 and 2018 we were fortunate to be able to dive throughout Oceania. First we followed the WWII wreck trail in the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu, before having the chance to dive with sharks in Fiji and French Polyneisa. We were also able to dive in New Zealand and Hawaii, two very different types of diving.
You can find more information about the dive sites we visited in the posts below.