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... but today the current was too strong so they could not do drift snorkeling, which was just fine with Bob and me :-) It turned out to be another fantastic snorkeling and ocean experience!
There were 8 of us, 4 couples, with Frank our guide (French) and another guy who drove the zodiac. Our first "stop" was to see the dolphins - I did not expect that and was really excited! There were a group of dolphins near the pass. They played right around our ...
... sharks and fish zoom by us. I just became so memorized by the whole scene. We then drift into canyon like formations. We settle in where the current stops and this is where all the fish gather to hang out. I've never seen so many fish! This was one of our top 10 dives.
In the harbor, we anchored next to a beautiful two masted partially square rigged sailboat with the registration from Massachusetts. We learn that this is a semester at sea program for college students. We stop ...
... whales? To our surprise they were Orcas!!! What a beautiful and rare sighting!! Everyone was so excited! (Especially Levi the dog) DIVING We start our diving on the north end of the island of Fakarava the second largest atoll in the Tuamotus. It is super long and flat which is opposite of what we saw in the Marquesas. Our first dive we encountered Manta Rays! This was our best view and interaction with multiple Mantas to date. They did a little dance swooping and diving all around ...
... Rangiroa was empty even though there was a surf competition for teenagers.
Ufortunately we didn't have much time to see all the beautiful places on Rangiroa and its huge lagoon. Nevertheless, our host Frederique told us about her friend's sister who owned a boat. She took us to a Green Lagoon.