Just a few minutes by plane or thirty minutes by high speed catamaran from the island of Tahiti is the Magical Isle of Moorea, the dreamy paradise island that inspired the mythical “Bali Hai” that featured in James Michener’s book, ‘Tales of the South Pacific’.
Running along the coastline of The Islands of Tahiti, taking in the beauty of this haven with hundreds of athletes by your side – sounds amazing, doesn’t it? Come and join the Moorea Marathon, an annual running festival that should be on everyone’s to do list!
A short ferry ride from Papeete, across the deepest blue water you’ve ever seen, sits magnificent Moorea. As you enter the port through one of the smallest gaps in the reef, the first thing that strikes is Moorea’s incredible backdrop. The many mountains provide the most dramatic setting.
Join Moorea Coral Gardeners to restore the coral reef, let’s create a change together now!
A few minutes’ flight from Tahiti, or just 30 minutes on the ferry, Moorea the “sister island” is a luxuriant garden set on a perfect lagoon. The island’s crystal-clear lagoon is the stage of many activities: water ski, jet ski or parasailing… and unexpected encounters such as sting rays and sharks.
Not sure where to take your next tropical trip? While other other destinations offer sun, sand and clear blue water, The Islands of Tahiti are one of the few destinations that allow you to be embraced by mana - the life-force and spirit of the Polynesian people.
The Moorea Madness brochure is a discount brochure for activities on Moorea. Discounts and special rates are only valid for one person. On arrival at establishment, each person must present their own Moorea Madness brochure to qualify for the discount. Make sure you have your Moorea Madness brochure with you to redeem the discounts.
A clear candidate for ‘Paradise on earth’ is Tahiti’s little sister island Moorea. It’s a passionate heart shaped island with eight volcanic peaks in a sleeping beauty landscape with all the magic you would expect from a fairytale existence.
It's no question that Tahiti's "Mana" has embraced the hearts of travellers worldwide. Mana is the lifeforce and spirit of Polynesians. It is a single word that evokes the people, culture and lifestyle of Tahiti, and it's what makes people come back over and over to Tahiti.
Ever wondered what the eff you can eat on The Islands of Tahiti? Wonder no more! From fancy French fare to bitchin' street food and something to suit all budgets, Tahiti has proven that it's not just a feast for the eyes. Check out my top vegan eats during my travels to Tahiti + Moorea with the Townske + Tahiti Tourisme team flying with Air Tahiti Nui!
There's no denying that eating is dope (especially on holidays) but sometimes it's fun to delve a little deeper and see how the grub gets to your plate. Mana is the life-force and spirit of Polynesia - encapsulating the people, lifestyle and culture of Tahiti and her people, something that is clearly exhibited by the passion Tahitians have for food and fresh produce.