Moana Voyages’ Blog
Welcome to our blog. Here, you’ll find information about the islands of Tahiti, and our recommendations for you trip you our islands.
A taste of… history Tahitian vanilla called Vanilla tahitensis is a very old variety of orchid from cross-breeding between Bourbon vanilla and fragrant vanilla. We owe this incredible heritage to the Maya of South America [...]
Breadfruit, "Uru" in Tahitian is originated from Oceania and spread up to Indonesia and also in the humid tropical regions such as the Caribbean region, Réunion island, Madagascar, ... It weights between 1 and 3 [...]
French Polynesia and its translucent lagoons hide a wonderful secret, the Black Pearl. The Tahitian pearl, this prestigious jewel with its beautiful colors makes an integral part of the Polynesian myth. Women dream about this [...]
A Tiki is a sculpture in wood or stone native to Oceania and represents usually a man. The Tiki is an emblem and an integral part of the Polynesian culture. The first stone sculpture representing [...]
This week, let’s discover together an endemic Polynesian fruit, the Fe'i. A banana with a special flavour, highly appreciated by Polynesians. We do not know much about the origin of the banana, but we think [...]
Moana Voyages offers you to encounter an incredible and really tasty crustacean , the coconut crab! The coconut crabs or "Kaveu"in Tahitian, also known as "robber crabs" are the biggest terrestrial arthropod in the world! Adults [...]