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Moorea: What to do when you get there?

Mo’orea boasts many stunning white powder beaches with sparkling turquoise coloured water, making it a huge hit with holidaymakers around the globe. It is the third most visited island in French Polynesia, after Tahiti and Bora Bora.

Reputed as one of the most beautiful, if not the most beautiful island in Polynesia, Mo’orea is one of the Windward Islands, part of the Society Islands and lies 17 km northwest of Tahiti.

The island is surrounded by stunning coral reef, great for those of you who want to explore the subaquatic world by going scuba diving or snorkelling. The trade winds create a great environment enabling you to explore the water through pirogue, SUP and jet ski excursions, cable skiing and kitesurfing.

The island has 2 famous bays; Opunohu Bay and Cook’s Bay, where you can discover the lagoon and encounter a plethora of underwater creatures. You are most likely spot stingrays, sharks and turtles and depending on the season you may even come across whales.

For those of you who prefer to keep your feet firmly on ground, you can climb or trek one of the eight rugged mountains, the highest of which is Mount Tohivea, the peak sits at an altitude of 1,207 metres. The backdrops of the lush vegetation and craggy landscapes are far better enjoyed in a 4x4 or on horseback.

With the wide variety of activities, incredible scenery and welcoming locals, we’re sure you won’t want to leave.

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Snorkeling
    Scuba Diving
      Sailing
        Helicopter tours
          4x4
            Quad biking
              Jet Skiing
                Skydiving
                  Shark Diving
                    Sea Kayaking
                      Flyboard / Hoverboard

                        Moorea: What to do when you get there?

                        Mo’orea boasts many stunning white powder beaches with sparkling turquoise coloured water, making it a huge hit with holidaymakers around the globe. It is the third most visited island in French Polynesia, after Tahiti and Bora Bora.

                        Reputed as one of the most beautiful, if not the most beautiful island in Polynesia, Mo’orea is one of the Windward Islands, part of the Society Islands and lies 17 km northwest of Tahiti.

                        The island is surrounded by stunning coral reef, great for those of you who want to explore the subaquatic world by going scuba diving or snorkelling. The trade winds create a great environment enabling you to explore the water through pirogue, SUP and jet ski excursions, cable skiing and kitesurfing.

                        The island has 2 famous bays; Opunohu Bay and Cook’s Bay, where you can discover the lagoon and encounter a plethora of underwater creatures. You are most likely spot stingrays, sharks and turtles and depending on the season you may even come across whales.

                        For those of you who prefer to keep your feet firmly on ground, you can climb or trek one of the eight rugged mountains, the highest of which is Mount Tohivea, the peak sits at an altitude of 1,207 metres. The backdrops of the lush vegetation and craggy landscapes are far better enjoyed in a 4x4 or on horseback.

                        With the wide variety of activities, incredible scenery and welcoming locals, we’re sure you won’t want to leave.

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