Some travel ideas to customize you stay in Polynesia and discover a world going beyond its magnificent landscapes
Set off on Moorea lagoon and head for the famous Cook and Opunohu bays for an incredible view of the mountains your guide will tell you the story. Then admire the black tip sharks and caress the stingrays. Enjoy a BBQ on a motu, during which the famous Coco & Raw fish show will be displayed. Afternoon leisure on the beach.
Please bring your swim suit, towel & fins. (Only mask & snorkel will be provided)
Located opposite the Intercontinental Moorea Hotel, the Holy Steak House awaits you to discover its specialties. This property welcomes you in a relaxed atmosphere for lunch and dinner. The gourmet menus give pride to a kitchen now specialized in "meat?. At choice, guests can enjoy beautiful pieces of beef, pork and poultry. The Holy Steak House also offers some fish courses, crustaceans, as well as the traditional burgers, and a nice assortment of salads. Generous dishes to be tasted on M...
Set off with Aniata in her 4WD vehicle to discover the lush valleys of her native island, Nuku Hiva. Tour the village of Taiohae, enjoy the amazing view of the bay, and visit the marvellous sites of this island. On the Half Day tour, Aniata will also take you to Taipivai valley and its archaeological site Te Aitua; then to Hooumi beach.
(note: no special discounted rate for Children on the Half Day tour)
Set off from the Belvedere and hike through the forest where your guide will teach you about Polynesian plants and their uses. The trail will take you to the pass that looks over the island's crater, mountains and lagoon; the perfect place to sample some local fruit before heading back for a swim in the river.
Discover the Valley of Vaipohe, a half day hiking excursion that will enable you to discover the amazing tropical lushes sceneries of Tahiti. Escorted by your tour guide, Experience the interior of the island with waterfalls along the way and countless of flora species to observe. Here's another awsome way to exerience the island of Tahiti!
Moderately difficult hiking trail. Visit the three waterfalls on Raiatea's island coast. Your hike begins in a forest bursting with "mape" (Polynesian chestnut trees), bamboos and continues along the river which you will have to cross from time to time. Relax your weary legs in the cool pool at the bottom of the third waterfall.
Dive deep into the depths of Tiputa Pass with your flippers, mask and tuba on and get up close and personal with a range of marine life: schools of fish, humphead wrasse, manta and leopard rays etc. Snorkelling couldn't get any better! Finish up with a visit of the natural aquarium home of Rangiroa's multi-coloured fish.
ONO'U International Street Art Festival became a not to be missed urban culture event since its creation in 2014. More than 30 murals now embellish the city's walls bringing modernity to Papeete where a few grey walls earned a second life. You will discover no less than 25 murals during this guided walking tour in the streets of the city, the story of their creation and the artists who painted them.
Take a tour on a trip around the island and discover some of the Treasures of Tahiti. Start with the West Coast and the famous Marae Arahurahu, religious site dedicated to the ancient gods where important ceremonies used to take place. Then continue with the visit of the beautiful gardens and waterfall of Vaipahi set in a lush tropical environment. Do not miss the East Coast with the waterfall, the Blow Hole, natural sites recently rehabilitated for visitors or the famous Venus Point, who saw Ca...
After a quick briefing on the use of the equipment and the safety rules to be respected, here you are, seated in your 2-person transparent kayak. A 4-hour nautical circuit where corals, tropical fish, sharks and rays will be encountered. Whether you are athletic or beginner, supervised by your instructor, you will evolve at your own pace between explorations and swims, breaks and snacks. An original way to explore the Moorea seabed and to become aware of the protection of the lagoon.
Let yourself go with the tide during this sunset cruise over the lagoon of Moorea. Embark with Arnaud, true sailing enthusiast, aboard Taboo small Wharram catamaran with its Polynesian look and its bright red hull. In small groups, a cocktail in hand, enjoy the zen and warm atmosphere on board and the majestic spectacle offered by the landscapes of the island in the late afternoon.
Explore the Fautaua valley and admire its 130-meters high waterfall, archaeological sites and lush vegetation.
Your 4x4 driver will take you around the island and visit Maeva's marae, Faie's blue-eyed eels and Maroe's Belvedere for impressive views. You will also visit the only pearl farm on water and Huahine's traditional fish parks. You will learn about the island's culture and legends as your tour progresses.
The Eco Tour & Dolphin Watch excursion is one of the best way to discover the wonders of Rangiroa. Enjoy a tour at the famous Aquarium, experience a drift snorkeling within the great pass of Tiputa, and look for the playful Tursiops dolphins along with friendly turtles. A tour which is not to be missed in Rangiroa !
Discover the beautiful lush vegetation along the hiking path and enjoy views on Avea Bay and the blue colors of the lagoon or on the valley of Parea before walking down to the archaeological site of marae Anini.
A hike accessible to all to discover the archaeological sites of the village of Maeva, the variety of tropical plants along a shaded path and traditional fish traps on Lake Vainui.
Discover the Polynesian lifestyle with your guide, native of Huahine. Visit the historical sites of the marae of Maeva, stop by the river hosting big blue eyes eels and other main sites of the island but also on a private paradise motu, only 5min boat drive from the island. You will discover the culture of vanilla, tiare flower and the harvest of coconuts. This is Toriki's daily life. A true dive into the heart of Polynesian culture and life!
Discover Raiatea and its extensive marae Taputapuatea classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since July 2017, the Faaroa Valley and the river that runs through it to end with a swim in the lagoon of Raiatea. A busy half-day to discover the main sites of the island.
The Moorea Beach Café is a trendy cafe restaurant located along the lagoon of Moorea. Enjoy an inventive and tasty cuisine in a pleasant atmosphere surrounded by Lounge music. The Chef of the Moorea Beach Café awaits you every day of the week from 11:30am for a light lunch, in the evening at sunset for a refreshing homemade cocktail or in the evening for a dinner with elaborate dishes.
For a friendly and warm moment with your family, friends or beloved ones.
Set off on an educational exploration of the island and learn all about Polynesian geology, botany, anthropology, archaeology, sociology, economy, history and traditions. Your driver-guide and will share his knowledge, experience and passion for this beautiful island with such a rich culture.
Meet the dolphins at Matavai Bay on the East coast. In the morning, the best conditions are met to watch these friendly mammals at this stunning spot. This is the perfect place for an incredible experience! Your knowledgeable guide will be at your side to ensure you have a great, safe experience in the water with the dolphins, when conditions permitting.
This 2-hour tour provides an excellent first secure approach to the wildlife of the lagoon of moorea. After a short bus transfer from your hotel to Vaiare pier, you will be taken by boat on the east coast on motu Ahi at the Lagoonarium of the island. Supervised by a qualified instructor, you will meet a multitude of tropical fish (Surgeons, Parrot fish, Butterfly fish, Demoiselles etc), jack fish, stingrays and black tip sharks... Watch Teiki, their feeder, nourishing and playing with all of the...
Visit Huahine from a comfortable 4x4 and explore the many archaeological sites remaining on the island. Huahine is also known as the Garden of Eden because of its famously tasty fruit. Huahine's legends and history will take you on a journey from the river where the blue-eyed eels dwell up to the Belvedere with scenery to make your heart swell.
In an exceptional location, at the foot of Mount Rotui, discover the valley of the Belvedere on horseback. This 2-hour tour will lead you in the midst of pineapple fields, surrounded by primary forests. You will enjoy breathtaking views of the caldera and the interior of the island of Moorea. Beginners in horseback riding are welcome. Your guide will adapt the tour according to the level of each one. Do not hesitate anymore! Come and choose your horse!