Arorangi Passage

Arorangi Passage is a thrilling dive site located in the Cook Islands. This dive offers a unique experience as it combines both freshwater and saltwater environments. The passage is known for its strong currents, making it suitable for experienced divers. The main attraction of Arorangi Passage is the abundance of marine life, including colorful coral formations, tropical fish, and even the occasional sighting of sharks and rays. Divers can also explore underwater caves and swim through narrow channels, adding an extra element of excitement to the dive. With its challenging conditions and diverse marine ecosystem, Arorangi Passage is a must-visit for adventurous divers seeking an unforgettable underwater experience.

Arorangi Passage

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41 mins

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