About Dive! Tutukaka

*Social Media

Twitter feeds, Facebook stuff, and other areas where we are playing and talking to each other. The boss says we are Faceblogging, and Twitt-booking, but we just wanna engage!

Trip Advisor

07
Sep




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Dive! Tutukaka Highest Ranking Company in Northland

18
Aug

Dive! Tutukaka Highest Ranking Company in Northland

No one is more honest than the customer, and the people have spoken!

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What you think of us

17
Aug

What you think of us

Ranked by you at Rankers

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Seal Play - Poor Knights Islands

29
Jul

Footage by Neil, music by the Maestro, choreography, models own.
Just a bit of fun with the resident winter colony of NZ fur seals.

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Social Media is not a Fad, but a fundamental shift.

17
May

We like it!

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Picasa Photos

08
May

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Diving with Google and Dive! Tutukaka

05
May

Searching the internet just got a whole lot more fun - as if it wasn't already! Follow this story of finding the best day ever.

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Frosty Man and The BMX Kid

24
Mar

It's good to come home and do some bombs, bro.

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Two Hours? Too Easy! To Tutukaka!

24
Mar

A Two hour drive to is all it takes to get to Whangarei from Auckland, or as Bazza calls it, Whunky-Name.
Twenty minutes to Tutukaka.

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Hi Dive Tutukaka team,

Just a quick note to say thanks again for the GREAT day of diving off Poor Knights! I can see why that area was so highly rated by Jacque. It was so great to get back in the water after 4 years. Your professional service and attention to details were the best I have seen since I have been diving. The background on the islands and the plant and animal life was also a nice twist.

Thanks especially to Hemi for running over the basic dive drills and making me feel safe and confident back in the water.

If I ever make it back to NZ, I will definitely come out again. I will also let any diving buddies heading that way to look you guys up.

Chad Lue Choy