Are you ready to have an unforgettable encounter with humpback whales? Join us on a sailing adventure to the ideal whale watching destination: French Polynesia. Every year, from July to November, these magnificent creatures migrate to these warm waters to breed and calve.
Put on your cap, sunglasses, and let yourself be amazed by the show! Humpback whales, these giants of the sea, will certainly offer you a majestic and vibrant show with by their enchanting song.
Accompanied by an experienced team, you will certainly live one of the most beautiful moments of your life alongside these exceptional creatures.
Do you hear the call from the sea? The ocean is waiting for you. Why don't you combine 2 cruises to discover both Society and Tuamotu archipelagos?
Islets where you feel utterly alone, a dedicated and benevolent staff and diving spots like no others, you are on the right way...
Make sure to discover at least six of the Society islands with this very complete program which alternates cosy guesthouses and comfortable resorts.
Discover the coral nursery of Bora Bora, supervised by a team of marine biologists.
Enjoy a lively escape with Narii. In addition to a lagoon tour to snorkel in the sublime lagoon of Bora Bora and swim with lemon sharks, enjoy a ride on a motu to observe plants and fruit trees. You will have the opportunity to participate to various workshops to learn polynesian practices. To top it off, an initiation session to the Polynesian canoe outrigger awaits you. Watersports lovers will not be disappointed.
Well-known for its dishes based on both local and international influences, The Bloody Mary's is a great place to have dinner and sip a refreshing cocktail at the end of the day…
Ready to dip into the lagoon of Bora Bora? Your little pirates will be thrilled by this once-in-a-lifetime treasure hunt !
Enjoy a scenic helicopter ride from Bora Bora to experience the breathtaking beauty of Tupuai from above!
Is there anything more romantic than a private sunset cruise on Bora Bora’s lagoon craddled by the notes of a traditional ukulele while admiring the beauty of “The Pearl of the Pacific”.