ABOVE THE WATER
Compromised of 62 islands, Ha’apai is an eco-tourism destination with stunning white sandy beaches and gorgeous coral reefs and blue lagoons rising out of an azure sea. In Ha’apai you may feel as though time has stopped still, as the rich Polynesian culture and traditions are still maintained. Only 4 of the 62 islands have electricity, the rest depending on fishing and agriculture as their main source of income. Some of the highlights for guests include visiting Tofua (active) and Koa (dormant) the islands volcanoes, exploring the Uiha ancient burial grounds, trying your hand and windsurfing and swimming with whales and dolphins.
BELOW THE WATER
The diving is a mixture of amazing topography and diverse fish life on the coral reefs. With a myriad of nearby reef systems and bombies to choose from, you’ll never have to dive the same site twice! At each site, the clownfish thrive and lobsters line the walls of caves. If you’re lucky, you might see a whale while you’re diving. If not, you will certainly hear them.
Accommodation in Ha’apai
Dive Operators In Ha’apai
- Type: Dive Operator
- Snorkelling/ Non Diving Tours Available: Yes
- Dive Courses Available: Yes
- Training Pool:No
- Equipment For Hire: Yes
- Equipment For Sale: No
- Dive Shop Highlight: Years Of Experience & Vast Knowledge Of The Surrounding Sites
- Diving Highlight: The Humpback Whales
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