Apr 4

BARE Adventure Series. Episode 1. Win the Ultimate Adventure.

By Nadia Aly CEO/Founder

Nadia is the CEO of ScubaDiverLife.com . You can find her on Twitter at @DigiTalkVan or email her: Nadia@ScubaDiverLife.com

BARE is celebrating their 40th Anniversary and you can WIN BIG!

All you have to do is share your best adventure story to win the same trip shown in BARE The Adventure’s “Destination Tahiti” episode: a dream dive trip for two to Rangiroa in the Islands of Tahiti. 

Join BARE as they celebrate our 40th Anniversary and the dive adventure with an all-new video series traveling to amazing scuba diving sites around the world.

This video is the first installment of The Adventure series, Destination Tahiti. See what it's like to dive in the Islands of Tahiti, with Rangiroa as the team's base of operations, to do beautiful drift dives, explore the coral, and experience why Tahiti is such an adventure. And stay tuned for the next adventures: the Great Barrier Reef of Australia, coming later this spring, and the rugged Northwest coast of North America, coming this summer.

To enter this contest, describe your best dive adventure in a short essay. This could be an adventure you've already experienced or one you've always dreamed of. The short essay judged to be the most original, creative and representative of the adventurous spirit will win this Tahiti dive adventure.

This amazing prize package begins the moment you and your companion board Air Tahiti Nui’s nonstop flight where the scent of tiare blossoms kick off your roundtrip flights from Los Angeles to Papeete. Upon arrival in Papeete, you will board Air Tahiti for a scenic flight to the Tuamotus Atolls and arrive in Rangiroa where you will spend 5 nights in an air-conditioned bungalow at the Maitai Rangiroa Resort, idyllically located on one of the largest lagoons in the southern hemisphere amid palm trees and tropical gardens. Prize package also includes breakfast and dinner daily, hotel taxes and airport transfers, and 8 phenomenal Tuamotu dives per person with TOPDIVE including free Nitrox and use of dive equipment.

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