What to do on the Islands of Tahiti
Spend a couple of hours with a pod of Spinner Dolphins. These playful dolphins will leave you spellbound with their leaps and acrobatics. Take a trip out on the lagoon up to Taapuna Pass before taking to the high seas and sailing to the fishermen’s bay where the dolphins love to play. Depending on the weather, you may also be able to get in the water and swim with them.
From £75 per adult
- Beaches & boats
Explore Bora Bora’s underwater environment on board a comfortable boat and swim amongst the colourful fish, black tip sharks and stingrays in their natural habitat in the coral gardens or their favourite place in the Bora Bora lagoon.
Half day tour from Bora Bora from £96 per person
- Escorted tours
- Round the world
Discover the mountains, sacred temples and experience some of the most spectacular sceneries in the Islands of Tahiti. Taste some tropical fruits and learn about the Polynesian culture from native guides.
From £65 per adult
Set off from Moorea lagoon and head for the famous Cook and Opunohu bays for an incredible view of the mountains as your imformative guide tells you about the legends of the island, its geography and explains about the flora and fauna. Then admire the black tip sharks and caress the stingrays. Later enjoy a BBQ on a Motu, during which the famous Coco and Raw fish will be displayed.
From £50 per adult
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