Putahataha Island

Putahataha Island is a hidden gem for divers in New Zealand. This dive spot offers a unique experience with its crystal-clear saltwater, vibrant marine life, and stunning underwater rock formations. With a moderate difficulty level, it is suitable for both beginners and experienced divers. Explore the colorful coral reefs, encounter schools of tropical fish, and marvel at the diverse marine ecosystem. Don’t miss the chance to spot dolphins and seals during your dive. Putahataha Island is a must-visit destination for any diving enthusiast looking for an unforgettable underwater adventure in New Zealand.

Putahataha Island

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Pacific Ocean
Type of water
Type of dive
Wetsuit Thickness
7 mm
Visibility (avg)
7.5 m
Air Temperature (avg)
7.5 ºC
Water Temp. (avg)
12.2 ºC
Maximum depth (avg)
19 m
Dive time (avg)
43 mins

Month-to-month statistics at Putahataha Island

Water temperature (ºC)
Air temperature (ºC)

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