Discover Moorea`s volcanic peaks, crystalline waters and lush hillsides on an adventurous 4x4 Safari tour. Traverse and explore Moorea’s “Magic Mountain,” the “Belvedere Lookout”, Opunohu Bay and Cooks Bay. Vist the Agricultural College where you`ll discover a variety of plants native to these Polynesian islands. You`ll also stop at a pineapple plantation and visit the juice factory. Operates: MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT
Zip through Moorea`s lush mountainous terrain with an exciting adventure course through the treetops. There are four courses available that vary in difficulty from walking nets and bridges to swings, rope ladders, and zip lines. The tour will begin with an introductory course after which you will select, with guidance from the staff, two courses to match your experience and comfort level that you can go through twice should you wish! Your exhilarating adventure will fly by as quickly as you fly between the trees.
Venture into Moorea`s lush interior along a forest trail that runs along the foot of the ancient caldera. Pass through fragrant pineapple fields before discovering the ancient archaeological sites and then the forest of the Tahitian chestnuts (mape). The hike culminates at the Pass of The Three Pines with views of magnificent Cook`s Bay. Difficulty: easy. Elevation gain: 660 feet. Operates: Everyday
This trail is arguably Moorea`s most popular hike. Begin with a hike along part of the crater to the edge of the volcanic funnel. From there climb to the Pass of the Three Coconuts where you may enjoy magnificent panoramic views of the ancient volcano. Difficulty: moderate. Elevation gain: 850 feet. Operates: Everyday
Cross the fragrant pineapple plantations before entering the tropical forest path. From there climb to the Pass of the Three Coconuts where you may enjoy magnificent panoramic views of the ancient volcano. Finally, stop at the Tray of the Bounty for panoramic views at the foot of the volcano crater. Difficulty: moderate. Elevation gain: 850 feet. Operates: Everyday
Explore Raiatea's lush jungle interior with a guided kayak excursion down the Faaroa River, French Polynesia's only navigable river. Enjoy peaceful views and discover the rich history of this island while on your river journey. Ages 3 and up. Price is per person.
Begin your 2.5-mile hike on the east coast of Raiatea, below Mt. Temehani. You will snake your way between the giant roots of the Tahitian chestnut tree and along a river that leads you to a succession of waterfalls. Giant ferns mark the path before reaching a 60-ft waterfall. From there, travel up a steep path with the help of a rope to a stunning 100-ft waterfall that empties into a natural swimming pool. Intermediate skill level. Ages 8 and up. Price is per person.
Explore the island of Huahine on this 4x4 island tour. Start by visiting Fare, the main town of Huahine, followed by a visit to the village of Maeva where you'll tour the ancient Marae (archaeological sites). You'll then continue on and visit a vanilla plantation and then have a chance to see and feed the sacred blue-eyed eels of Faie. You'll end the tour with a stop for a panoramic view at the Belvedere lookout point. Fruit and soft drinks are provided on the tour. Tour requires a minimum of 4 persons to operate. Operates: Everyday
Explore Moorea's beautiful lagoons with a 2-hour guided tour in a transparent kayak. Find sea turtles swimming along the lagoon floor, admire the coral gardens through the bottom of your kayak, and swim with rays and sharks before enjoying a fresh tropical juice on a secluded sandbank. Operates: Everyday
Enjoy the beauty of Raiatea and Taha'a's lagoon while at the helm of your very own Hobie Cat catamaran. With the assistance of your experienced guide, you will learn the art of using the wind to direct your boat and will visit some of the most beautiful parts of the lagoon, including getting close to the reef. A full-day tour with a picnic lunch is also available, inquire for pricing information. Ages 6 and up, must be in strong physical condition. Price is per person.