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Tahiti - Ultimate List of Must Do Tours & Activities

Make your holiday of a lifetime to Tahiti more memorable with our pick of the best tours and activities to do!

Tahiti:

Helicopter Tour

Nothing says holiday more than a 10, 20  or 30 min joy ride in a Helicopter over Tahiti! Take in the sights from above. Fly over the magnificent lagoons, mountains, waterfalls, beaches and more to really appreciate this beautiful island.

Hire a Car:

Hire a car in Papeete and circumnavigate and explore the main island of Tahiti. Tahiti, shaped like a figure of 8, is divided into Tahiti Nui (the larger, western section) and Tahiti Iti (the eastern peninsula). Drive down to the famous Teahupoo beach and have a ‘feet in the sand’ seafood lunch at one of the many cafés. Visit one of the many famous black sand beaches, waterfalls and grottos as well as historical spots such as Plage de Venus Point. Said to be the spot from which Captain Cook watched the planet Venus cross in front of the sun, the beach includes a monument commemorating the explorer, as well as a lighthouse designed by the father of "Treasure Island" author Robert Louis Stevenson.

Moorea Day Trip

Start your day early and catch the first catamaran transfers to Moorea. Once at the Moorea Ferry Terminal, hire a car or scooter and set off exploring this magnificent island, at your own pace. Spend the day snorkelling, swimming, hiking and exploring. Head to one of the 5 Star resorts for a lunch or pick up local fare from one of the many local shops and pick one of the many look outs for your picnic, before heading back on the last catamaran of the day.

Moorea:

3 Hour Jetski Safari

Combine sightseeing with adrenaline-fueled fun on a jet ski tour of Moorea. Choose to ride on either a single or double jet ski, then follow your expert guide to destinations such as Cook’s Bay, Opunohu Bay, and Moorea Dolphin Center. This action-packed tour provides an opportunity to swim with stingrays and sharks, and look for marine life like migrating whales (seasonal).

Moorea ATV Tour

An ATV tour may be one of the most exhilarating ways to get to know Moorea on land. Limited to just eight travellers, this guided tour takes you to the island's famous pineapple fields before you and your vehicle climb the peak of Belvedere for breathtaking views of both Cook's Bay and Opunohu Bay. After snapping photos, visit an agricultural school, stopping to sample some homemade jam. Cross rivers and enjoy the mountain scenery as the tour continues.

Moorea F440 Roadster Rental

Zip around the island of Moorea in a sporty, convertible F440 Roaster. Have an adventure while maintaining your independence by booking this two-seater vehicle that has an automatic transmission. See the sights that interest you most, like Opunohu Bay, the Belvedere lookout point, and Tipaniers Beach. Have the freedom to stop at local shops and art galleries and maybe even catch a fiery sunset. Rent the Roadster for four, eight, or 24 hours.

Bora Bora:

Bora Bora Canoe Breakfast:

A stay in Bora Bora isn’t complete without a Canoe Breakfast. Resort staff deliver your cooked breakfast directly to your overwater villa in a traditional outrigger canoe. While the staff are setting up your meal, you have the opportunity to experience the outrigger canoe with a quick tour around your overwater villa. In the privacy of your overwater deck, on the beautiful turquoise lagoon, indulge in an unforgettable breakfast in paradise!

Bora Bora Lagoon Cruise:

With access to the most famous lagoon in the world, why not enjoy it on a Polynesian Catamaran.  Enjoy a group or private charter tours that showcases the reason why Bora Bora is so famous. Tours can be arrange to snorkel with the rays, admire the reef sharks, explore the coral garden and stop on a private motu for a gourmet lunch.

A visit to Bloody Mary’s

Barren Jerzy Hubert Edward Von Dangel, a Polish man and Australian citizen known as Baron George in international circles, opened Bloody Mary’s in November 1979. The restaurant was built of jungle timber and bamboo to create the charm and romance of the islands that James A. Michener presented in his book ‘Tales of the South Pacific’. Walking into the restaurant at Bloody Mary’s is like being inside a Hollywood movie set. On the ‘wall of fame’ out front of the restaurant, George printed a long list of famous personalities who had dined at Bloody Mary’s. Since that time, people go to Bloody Mary’s restaurant expecting to have a good time, as well as to enjoy some good food. Some also go there in hope of seeing a famous movie or television star, or a well-known singer.

If you want to book one of these Tahiti Tours, please contact one of your consultants on 1800 020 327.


 

 

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