Diving at dive site Tuheiava Pass
|Name Dive Site:||Tuheiava Pass|
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The entrance to the dive Tuheiava Pass is done on the side of the pass even when the current is going out. Depending on the force of the current, we can sometimes even go to the middle of the pass before turning back to circle around.
This dive is adaptable to divers of any level of experience. Around the large coral formations gravitate a multitude of fish (parrots, triggers, groupers) and we try to distinguish the moray eels, lionfish and large stone fish hiding in the crevices. In the open water, schools of barracuda, sea pike, big-eyed and threadfin jackfish, as well as sand emperors cruise close by to get a better look at the divers. Further south, towards the end of the dive there is an explosion of multicolored corals covering the wall. Napoleon wrasses are always near and manta rays are frequently seen.
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