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A few minutes flight from Tahiti, or just 30 mins on the ferry, lies Tahiti’s sister island, Moorea. Cook’s and Oponohu Bays are surrounded by the lush green heights of striking mountain peaks and pineapple plantations.
The island’s lagoon waters are crystal-clear and home to the famous shark and ray feeding demonstrations.
Moorea is known as the activities island and offers a full range of water and land based activities from horse riding to quad bike riding, from snorkelling to jet skiing, from massage to hiking… it is all on offer in Moorea!
The island’s lagoon waters are crystal-clear and home to the famous shark and ray feeding demonstrations. Feed the reef sharks in the lagoon and experience a kiss from a sting ray!
Take a guided tour of the island of Moorea to the Belvedere lookout and admire stunning views around Cooks Bay & Oponohu Bay. Both Bays are surrounded by lush green heights of striking mountain peaks and pineapple plantations. Don’t forget your camera as you won’t want to miss those photo opportunities.
Learn how to make this famous Tahitian dish, the perfect picnic snack. Poisson Cru is translated as raw fish in French. It is generally considered the national dish of Tahiti and the islands of French Polynesia and is made with the freshest ingredients. While most commonly made with raw fresh tuna it can also be prepared with a number of other fish such as crab, eel, lobster, squid and sea urchin. Yummy!
Join in with the friendly locals and surf at Haapiti, one of the world’s most consistent breaks. Many of the waves in Tahiti & her islands break quite far from shore so its recommended to get to them by boat rather than paddling. Haapiti is best for experienced surfers.
Moorea is relatively flat with just a few minor hills, making it perfect for cycling, its only 60km. Cycling is a great way to discover the interior of the island with its waterfalls & cool rivers. Take a packed lunch to enjoy along the way.
In an exceptional location, at the foot of Mount Rotui, discover the valley of the Belvedere on horseback. Head through the midst of pineapple fields, and majestic valleys surrounded by primary forests. Enjoy breath-taking views of the caldera and the interior of the island of Moorea.
If you are a golfer and you want to play a round in French Polynesia don’t miss the lagoon-side Moorea Green Pearl Golf Course. The welcome is warm and the views are incredible.
Some say the sweetest tasting pineapples are found in Moorea due to its fertile volcanic soil. Stop in at one of the Pineapple plantations and sample some freshly squeezed pineapple juice for yourself.(Image: ©Tahiti Tourisme)
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