Take in magnificent panoramic views whilst exploring bays and lagoons rich with ocean life and crystal-clear waters.
Explore the tropical island paradise of Moorea, taking in the beautiful shorelines, crystal clear lagoons and lush volcanic peaks on a traditional Polynesian sailing vessel.
Expect to see sea turtles, baby stingrays and hidden underwater tikis that shine a light on this island’s rich cultural past! Whether you’re looking for a romantic moment with your partner or an amazing trip for the whole family, this is a once in a lifetime experience you’ll never forget!
Moorea is one of the smallest islands in French Polynesia - and also one of the most beautiful. Located 17km north on Papeeteit’s easily accessible from mainland Tahiti, which houses the nearest international airport. The most popular spots for visitors to the island are Cook and Opunohu Bays in the North. There is also a world-famous lagoon with clear waters that reveal rich coral reefs.
Experience the power of the Mana and take part in this amazing sailing excursion. Meet your captain and guide, who will give you a safety brief and rundown of the day ahead. In groups of 2-5 people, you will head out to Opunohu Bay, passing through the light blue hues that make up the ocean's colours. Stopping at the shallow lagoons you can stand in crystal clear waters, analysing the baby stingrays and lemon sharks that use the area to grow before venturing out into the Pacific Ocean. You can also expect to get up close to sea turtles and coral reefs filled with vibrant and colourful tropical fish. You will then head towards Cook's Bay, where you will witness ancient underwater Tikis (Polynesian statues) offering a glimpse into Moorean history. Once you have swum the warm waters and observed the lush volcanic peaks that surround the island, you will stop for some traditional fruit cocktails and drinks for the perfect end to a day in paradise!
Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Group sizes are between 2 and 5 people only. Snorkelling equipment is not provided, however, it can be taken onboard.