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Raie Manta Club

#8 of 11 things to do in Avatoru Features Animals
BP 55 Avatoru, Avatoru 98775, French Polynesia
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Best diving ever

We were staying in Rangiroa at Miki Miki lodge and Jannie recommend us to dive with Raie Manta. It... read more

Reviewed 5 May 2017
Canton of Bern, Switzerland
Scuba diving in the pass of Tikehau

On Tikehau- great operation. Excellent diver operator- safe and knowledgeable - to sure if there... read more

Reviewed 25 November 2016
Watsonville, California
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BP 55 Avatoru, Avatoru 98775, French Polynesia
689 968 480
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Reviewed 5 May 2017

We were staying in Rangiroa at Miki Miki lodge and Jannie recommend us to dive with Raie Manta. It was the best what could happen. We did 5 dives Always diving in little groups - it's a familiar place.We were diving with stefanie. The dives...More

1  Thank Manu_ontheway
Reviewed 25 November 2016 via mobile

On Tikehau- great operation. Excellent diver operator- safe and knowledgeable - to sure if there are other operations with this name but ai dive with Vincent and Antoinette on Tikehau and highly recommend their operation.

Thank HPR170
Reviewed 8 July 2016 via mobile

We dived three times with Stephanie and Robert at Raie Manta Club - fantastic experience - really nice and highly competent instructors with excellent knowledge to wildlife at the reef - one of our best dive experiences ever !!!

2  Thank DK-Soren
Reviewed 15 March 2016

Simply the best dive center for divers who are really focused on the wildlife. This is not a luxury 5 star PADI resort, with a souvenir store inside, and t-shirts, and all that commercial stuff.... Its an old fashioned dive center, just for dive.... Our...More

Reviewed 22 February 2016

Enjoyed 10 beautiful dives with Raie Manta Club. Yves and Livia are both knowledgeable and passionate underwater explorers and make a great team to lead the dives. The dive center is at the quiet little marina where their zodiac boat is; there's a rinse tank,...More

Thank sydneytheturtle
Reviewed 21 September 2013

Yves and Livia are friendly profesionals . I saw sharks , baracudas , dolphins any many others ! Thx

Thank MarcelK1
Reviewed 3 September 2013

If you intend to touch a dolphin and catch a shark by the tail or any of the stupid things most dive masters are doing to entertain their divers, don't go there! Yves and Livia are true ocean lovers. They know their stuff like the...More

Thank ValocheHkg
Reviewed 2 September 2013

Rangiroa is one of the best dive sites in the world and Raie Manta Club is the best way to explore the multi-diversity of the marine life. They are real passionate divers, it is not their way of earning money but a life passion and...More

Thank LeeloomXYZ
Reviewed 19 April 2013

Can't say enough good about Raie Manta Club in both Tikehau and Rangiroa. First Tikehau: We stayed at Ninamu while at Tikehau this time. The dive boat picked us up right at the Ninamu dock, and helped carry our gear to the boat. Axel, the...More

2  Thank wallbanger33
Reviewed 5 January 2013

I hate to disagree with the other reviewers but here is my experience with them. We were in Rurutu in July 2011 for 2 days just to see the whales. Note that this is an expensive trip to make! They cancelled on us both days...More

2  Thank Diana M
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