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Shark and Ray Snorkeling Safari

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- Pick up / drop off at any hotels or pension (or hotel/pension bases) on the main island.
- Snorkeling equipment (However you are free to bring your own equipment.)

- Meals and drinks (unless otherwise stated)
- Personal expenses
- Tips and gratuities
- Optional activity costs

Please note
- Please bring your own swimsuit.
- You are free to bring your own equipment.
- Proximity to rays and sharks may be impressive to sensitive people. You will discover the local underwater world. Respect it and touch with the eyes only.
- It is recommended to know how to swim.
- The excursion requires healthy conditions.
- Follow your guide instructions.
- Program can be modified, postponed or canceled by the supplier without prior notice.
- For other languages, additional fees may apply. Quotes available upon request.
- Minimum of 2 pax is required for this tour to operate. We reserve the right to cancel the tour if minimum is not met.

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Here is a wonderful and easy way to get acquainted with the sharks, rays and the tropical fishes in the coral garden of Bora Bora.

Your first stop: the Sting Ray ballet, where you can touch and swim with the rays in shallow waters. The boat will move slowly in the lagoon, allowing you to take some nice pictures and view marvelous landscapes in their unique settings.

After a 15 minute ride, you'll make your second stop at the Black Tips Sharks Spot, located behind the barrier reef. Swim with them in 30 feet deep waters with lots of other species of fish.

On the way back, a third and last stop is snorkeling by the coral garden.

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