Dive Rarotonga 2014 PADI Open Water Course - $645 Including full PADI materials and certification fee 3-4 days is all you need to complete your Open Water Diver course with us, just complete your theory online before you travel. This also means the time learning to dive during your valuable vacation is for in-water, not sitting behind a desk!
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In Rarotonga expect some dramatically beautifully drop-offs to explore with relaxed shark varieties catching up on shut eye around you. The intertwining corals of pinks, purples, reds and yellows on the sea bed and rocks, is a feature that makes diving in the Cook Islands incredibly special.
Sep 09, 2022 · Temperatures from 23°C to 28°C, visibility up to 60m, steep oceanic drop offs, canyons, caves, a rainbow of colourful fish and walls of coral. With over 73 types of live coral and hundreds of fish species, it’s an underwater playground. Scuba Diving in Rarotonga and Aitutaki. Rarotonga is a volcanic gently sloping plateau that ‘drops off’ into a 4,500m abyss with an abundance of coral formations and no soft corals.
At Adventure Cook Islands Diving Centre you will dive Rarotonga in small groups and experience some of the best scuba diving Rarotonga has to offer. The fringing reef in Rarotonga slopes off gently until it drops off into the abyss some hundred meters beyond the surf zone. Most dive sites have little current and the average visibility in Rarotonga is 20 to 30 metres.
About Dive Rarotonga We are the only multi-agency certifying dive centre in the country, so we are able to offer the widest range of internationally recognised diving courses and qualifications in the Cook Islands.
- Arorangi Main Road Arorangi, next to Crown Beach resort
With water temperatures between 23°C and 28°C, scuba diving in Rarotonga is easy. The visibility averages between 20 and 30 meters when you dive Rarotonga during the summer months. However, it can reach a spectacular 60+ meters when you scuba dive Rarotonga during the winter months. Most dive sites have little to no current.