Enjoy a getaway in a beautiful location, surrounded by lush vegetation, tropical flowers and fruits, archaeological sites and rivers. Your guide will tell you the legends that inhabit these places.
Luxuriant vegetation, emergent fern forest, tropical fruits and flowers, rivers surrounded by flowers and natural pools … that is the background of this cultural outing!
It is an adventure off the beaten track, during which your guide will introduce you to the local flora and its use in the daily life of the Polynesians. You’ll visit several archaeological sites, while learning about their history and legends. A short walk (about 45min) will lead you to the waterfall, where you’ll be able to enjoy a well deserved swim.
A delicious fruit tasting picked up directly from the garden of the landlord of the valley will conclude this incredible tour.
From July to November, get to observe humpback whales in their natural environment, a once-in-a-lifetime experience !
If you are looking for an affordable option to discover Polynesia, this is your chance ! Mid-range accommodations and gorgeous places to make the most of your stay!
Keep it simple, fancy and magical! With this family-friendly journey, get to swim in gorgeous lagoons and make unforgettable encounters.
Live a colorful day in an idyllic setting, discover the gorgeous lagoon of Moorea and enjoy a typical lunch on a motu!
An exotic, ecological and educational sports excursion! Thanks to the staggered schedules, be among the first of the day to explore and enjoy the seabed on the lagoon of Moorea.
Thanks to an unlimited access to all courses, enjoy a unique and invigorating adventure, perched in the trees and surrounded by the tranquil atmosphere of the Opunohu Valley.
With this guided tour, get to explore the lagoon and enjoy the fabulous scenery surrounding you. The thrill seekers will be delighted !
Surrounded by a swimming instructor and a marine biologist, get to swim with an astounding wildlife.
Take advantage of this tour to discover unmissable places of Moorea: The Opunohu or Cook bay, the fields of Moorea, the agriculture school, the marae, the Belvédère, the pineapple plantations and the famous panorama illustrated on the local coins of 100 francs.