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6-hour Snorkeling & Lunch Tour - Shared Tour

6-hour Snorkeling & Lunch Tour - Shared Tour

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Explore Moorea's lagoon in the traditional way—aboard a Polynesian outrigger canoe—during this full-day excursion. With a small group of 12 travelers or fewer, get plenty of room onboard and attention from the guides. Take in the scenery, go swimming and snorkeling, and arrive at a tiny islet for a cooking lesson (the local dish poisson cru) and a barbecue lunch.
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  • 5 to 6 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$102.68
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Moorea 4WD Tour Including Belvedere Pineapple Farm and Magic Mountain

Moorea 4WD Tour Including Belvedere Pineapple Farm and Magic Mountain

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Venture beyond the resorts on this full-day tour of Moorea, which guarantees a first-hand look at all the island’s top sights and fuss-free transport between them. Get off the beaten path and venture to viewpoints such as Magic Mountain and Belvedere Lookout, see marae (Polynesian temples) and pineapple fields, and visit an island distillery. Expert narration is offered throughout.
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  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$56.42
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Moorea Solo or Twin ATV Tour

Moorea Solo or Twin ATV Tour

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An ATV tour may be one of the most exhilarating ways to get to know Moorea. Limited to just eight travelers, 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.
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  • 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$108.98
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Half Day Tour : Moorea Snorkeling & Sailing on a Catamaran named Taboo

Half Day Tour : Moorea Snorkeling & Sailing on a Catamaran named Taboo

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Climb aboard the Taboo sailing catamaran and head out into the beautiful lagoon waters surrounding Moorea on this excursion. Spend hours swimming and snorkel with all sorts of tropical fish, blacktip sharks, stingrays and more. After you've worked up an appetite, nibble on tropical fruits and sip cocktails on the return to the harbor.
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  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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Moorea Lagoon Tour by Transparent Kayak

Moorea Lagoon Tour by Transparent Kayak

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French Polynesia’s Moorea Lagoon boasts crystal waters home to diverse marine life, with native flora and fauna flourishing in hidden coves. On this tour, paddle across the lagoon by transparent kayak and gaze over the vibrant coral reefs below. With your guide to lead the way, hit the most beautiful corners of the lagoon, snorkel among the sea turtles and rays, and gain insight into traditional Polynesian culture.
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  • 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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Sunset Cruise : Moorea Sailing on a Catamaran named Taboo

Sunset Cruise : Moorea Sailing on a Catamaran named Taboo

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Set sail along the northern coast of Moorea with this small-group sunset cruise. You’ll board your compact sailing catamaran—Taboo—near the Mareto Public Beach and head out toward Cook's Bay and into a barrier reef, where you'll get great views of the island and its surrounding waters before returning to shore.
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  • 2 hours
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$67.40
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Grand Tour Quad 3h30 Quad excursion in Moorea (single or two-seater)

Grand Tour Quad 3h30 Quad excursion in Moorea (single or two-seater)

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Combine sightseeing with outdoor adventure on this half-day quad bike tour of Moorea. You’ve got the option of driving a single vehicle yourself or doubling up on a tandem bike. Drive to a high viewpoint for sweeping views across the island. Stop at a farm for some fresh tropical fruit juice. Visit other gardens and outdoor areas and enjoy the feel of the wind in your face the whole way.
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  • 3 hours 45 minutes
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$133.80
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Moorea Solo or Twin Jet Ski Tour

Moorea Solo or Twin Jet Ski Tour

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With this Moorea Jet Ski tour, you'll get to know the island's jagged volcanic mountains, sandy beaches, and gorgeous bays—all with the help of a local guide. See more than you could on your own and hop on a solo or twin Jet Ski in search of native wildlife in their natural environment. You'll even have a chance to swim with stingrays and sharks and spot turtles, dolphins, and whales (in season).
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  • 3 hours
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4x4 Jeep Safari Tour

4x4 Jeep Safari Tour

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Experience the beauty of Moorea, beyond the white-sand beaches, with this tour of the tropical island. You'll head up in a 4WD vehicle to the top of the lush mountain of Belvedere, with its gorgeous views overlooking the island and its surrounding waters. You'll also get to visit a pineapple farm, a vanilla plantation and try out local jams and liquors at the Fruit Juice Factory.
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  • 3 hours 30 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
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Moorea Island Tour

Moorea Island Tour

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Explore the main points of interest in Moorea with this island tour designed for cruise-ship visitors. You'll have all sorts of options available to you depending on your interests, including the Belvedere lookout point, known for its beautiful views, and the pineapple plantation. Both morning and afternoon departures are available depending on your schedule.
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  • 3 hours
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Moorea Three Coconuts Trail Guided Hike

Moorea Three Coconuts Trail Guided Hike

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Get acquainted with the natural landscapes of Moorea during a 3-hour guided hike on the Three Coconuts Pass trail. Starting from the Belvedere Lookout, with spectacular views over the island, you’ll follow your guide on a moderate 4-mile (7-km) path through lush rainforest. Learn about the botanical features of French Polynesia, view the peaks of Moorea and refresh yourself at a waterfall. Includes pickup and drop-off from selected hotels.
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  • 3 hours
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Ocean Wildlife Expedition; Swim With Whales, Sharks, & Rays Half-Day Boat Tour

Ocean Wildlife Expedition; Swim With Whales, Sharks, & Rays Half-Day Boat Tour

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Explore the waters of Moorea on a small-group half-day boat tour that offers the chance to snorkel near marine animals such as sharks, stingrays, and whales. Your naturalist guide shares commentary about the creatures you might see, including blacktip reef sharks, grey reef sharks, pink whiprays, leopard rays, dolphins, and humpback whales (mid-July to mid-November). Choose from a morning or afternoon departure for this small-group tour limited to eight people. Includes guide, use of snorkel equipment, beverages, fresh fruit, and hotel pickup and drop-off.
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  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$123.05
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Moorea Like a Local: Lagoon Cruise Including Snorkeling and Fishing with Polynesian Lunch

Moorea Like a Local: Lagoon Cruise Including Snorkeling and Fishing with Polynesian Lunch

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Experience a day in the life of a local on this intimate small-group tour of Moorea with four people or fewer. Head out on an authentic outrigger and learn ancient net fishing techniques before preparing your freshly caught seafood for a traditional Polynesian lunch in a local home. Complete your tour with a visit to an organic plantation full of fresh fruit before transfering back to your hotel.
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  • 1 day
  • Free Cancellation
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Land and Sea cultural tour to discover traditions, heritage and the lagoon

Land and Sea cultural tour to discover traditions, heritage and the lagoon

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Unique of its kind on the island, a cultural circuit Land and sea, for a day, or share a guided ride in a motor boat on the lagoon and the land visit of a cultural center in activity, in order to discover the authentic culture, the superb landscape and the lush nature of the island of Moorea. The tour is open and accessible to all, with no age limit. It takes place in small groups of 12 people maximum.
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  • 7 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$99.16
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You drive, I guide you

You drive, I guide you

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You already have a car but you would like us to explain to you what you will see while visiting Moorea ... I will be happy to describe the fauna, flora, geology and geography, history, culture and everyday life. I will tell you the best places to stop, the best photo spots, the sites to visit, the corners not to be missed, the best places for shopping, depending on what you are looking for and I will explain the famous pearls of Tahiti, etc ... It will be cheaper than taking a vehicle tour and you will not have to share me with other tourists! The duration is 4 hours. You can add hours at the rate of 2000 XPF / hour
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  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$102.57
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4x4 Safari Tour

4x4 Safari Tour

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Beyond the beautiful beaches of coastal Moorea is a mountainous, forest-covered inland that’s waiting to be explored. See a side to the tropical island that many visitors overlook on this safari by four-wheel drive. Visit lookout points for sweeping views, tropical gardens, and a refreshing juice factory-come-distillery. Your local guides will keep you interested and entertained throughout the half-day tour with tales from Polynesian history and mythology.
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  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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What people are saying about Culture in Moorea

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6-hour Snorkeling & Lunch Tour - Shared Tour
"Great sightseeing, great snorkeling, great food. Unforgettable 6 hours Moorea lagoon trip. Friendly staff."..."
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Moorea 4WD Tour Including Belvedere Pineapple Farm and Magic Mountain
"Ride up to magic mountain was exhilarating and then the view was breathtaking Ron, our guide, was charming, professional and gave us a ton of great information"..."
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Moorea Solo or Twin ATV Tour
"Such an awesome experience! Our tour guide, Fred, was spectacular. He took us to the most magical places. The views were insane and the ride was amazing. Highly recommend!"..."
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Half Day Tour : Moorea Snorkeling & Sailing on a Catamaran named Taboo
"We were picked up at the Hilton and brought to the boat where our guide Mark waited. He was a great host and very knowledgeable of Moorea, the fish and other wildlife. Super fun snorkeling with the sharks and stingrays and over the tikis! Very relaxing and enjoyable. Highly recommend!!"..."
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Moorea Lagoon Tour by Transparent Kayak
"It was fantastic! The weather was great and guide was friendly. We will definetly do it again when we visit Moorea again."..."
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Sunset Cruise : Moorea Sailing on a Catamaran named Taboo
"I certainly enjoyed my 2trips with taboo The sunder cruise and the snorkel were great. The crew was so nice and helpful. We all had a great trip"..."
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Grand Tour Quad 3h30 Quad excursion in Moorea (single or two-seater)
"Excellent tour. I would definitely recommend this tour to other people. Our tour guide was very friendly and spoke both English and French. I like that we were able to see Moorea from an ATV and not on a bus."..."
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Moorea Solo or Twin Jet Ski Tour
"The best jet ski tour in Moorea. 3 hours of non-stop fun. Very professional guided tour. Wonderful tahitian guide."..."
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4x4 Jeep Safari Tour
"Going to magic mountain and the drivers experience Tour guide was very knowledgeable Pick up was on time"..."
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Moorea Island Tour
"Excellent 4WD tour, though would have enjoyed a tour of the pineapple plantation, that was the only disappointing part. Guide was excellent and so were his driving skills 😂 well organized when we got off the ship"..."
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Moorea Three Coconuts Trail Guided Hike
"Great strenuous hike. My husband and I are moderately active, so this hike was nice and challenging. Our tour guide Enriq was on time for pickup, and very friendly and informative. He pointed out different plants and trees, and informed us about important issues with the forest. He also taught us about Tahitian culture and the impact of the French influence. We love hearing about daily life from the locals, so it was great to hear him speak on the culture. My husband loves plants so he was able to ask about different species of plants, and Enriq was very knowledgeable on the scientific names. As mentioned earlier, the hike itself was challenging for us. Especially with our camera gear and GoPro. I didn’t really get to capture as much because I focused on making sure I wouldn’t slip. We also wanted to keep pace to ensure that we departed on time. The view points that Enriq took us to were beautiful and definitely rewarding. He even offered to take pictures of us. Overall, a great experience! Important tips: 1. Make sure that you’re in your hotel lobby in time for pick up. They have a strict 15 minute courtesy for pick up. There was supposed to be another couple on the hike, but no word from them within 15 minutes so we had to leave to start the tour. 2. Bring sunblock, bug spray, and good shoes with grip. The ground on the hike can be a bit wet. There are also lots of rocks and tree roots to step on. 3. For two people, I suggest bringing 2 water bottles per person or a big water bottle per person. You sweat A LOT. Lol"..."
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Ocean Wildlife Expedition; Swim With Whales, Sharks, & Rays Half-Day Boat Tour
"Amazing tour with an amazing company - if you want to swim with whales in Mo'orea, you can't go wrong with Moana Tours. They give their customers the best experience while still being extremely respectful of the animals."..."
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Moorea Like a Local: Lagoon Cruise Including Snorkeling and Fishing with Polynesian Lunch
"Highlight of our trip! We met our guides of Moorea Maori Tours, Sam and his 21 year old nephew Ruitimanu, who let us call him Manu. I am not sure if this is how to spell his name! Sam spoke broken English and was covered in Polynesian tattoos all over his face, chest and arms. Each one had meaning to him almost like a family crest. Manu spoke English very well and was just starting his tattoo collection one of which commemorated his assent to the tall jagged mountain peak he proudly pointed toward in the distance. Even at my fittest, fearless of little, I would not have attempted that climb. We Locked our car on their friend’s property called Mark’s Place, on the side of the main road and grabbed all of our snorkeling gear and walked across the road down a path to the water, where an outrigger canoe was waiting for us. (By the way, Mark’s place is a quaint little compound with several colorfully painted rental villas with gorgeous views of the mountains, perhaps the prettiest view on the whole island.) They carefully carried it the canoe called a Va’a, down over the rocks and into the water. Being the heavier of the two of us, I sat in front, Michaela in the middle and Manu in the back to steer. Sam said goodbye for a while and off we paddled out into the lagoon. As we paddled out into the beautiful water, I could tell this south west side of the island near Ha’apiti was much less crowded than the barely crowded north side. Staying here would give you more of the true feeling of being a local. As we paddled out to sea, I did not know where to look! Should I marvel at the miles of untouched coral heads I knew surrounded the entire island? Should I stand awestruck buy the 15 foot waves that looked like ominous dark moving hills that suddenly broke into a turquoise and white wave any serious surfer would question his sanity on? I knew the massive reef that created the lagoon was breaking the waves and creating this quieter sea where we were, but to the the power of these waves made me overwhelmed about those early settlers who came by Polynesian rafts and other ancient vessels that braved these waves to come ashore, with rocks and reefs on every side ready to dash your boat to pieces. Should I turn around and see the mountains against the shoreline with beauty more incredible than even Opunahu Bay? We were so much closer to them from this side of the island. It was truly overwhelming to try to take it all in. What dumbfounded me even more was to see a small 15 foot aluminum motor boat head almost to the pass, anchor and then see the two men dive into the churning water! “Manu, what are they doing.” He says back to me, “They are spear fishing! They dive under the waves holding their breath and when they see a fish surfing the wave into the lagoon, they body surf alongside the fish and spear it, and then reel in the injured fish. But then the current starts pulling them out to sea in this pass, and they have to wait for another wave to come so they can body surf back toward their boat, fish in tow. They have to hold their breath about 60-90 seconds while swimming deep to keep from being pulled out to sea. It requires very good fitness.” Manu then goes on to tell me he has actually done this and the worst of it is that the sharks going into and out of the pass like try to steal the speared fish, smelling blood in the water, and THAT is what makes it difficult. One does not want to come home empty handed, in more ways than one! We found our spot, laid anchor, and then set the approximately 80 foot long stationary net in between a series of coral heads. Then we swam about 300 feet up current and kicked and splashed as we made our way to the net. We almost caught a large beauty I don’t know the name of, but after three tries we did catch our lunch, a yellow tail snapper. I think I burned more calories swimming back and forth in the powerful current than I found in meat, but it was fun. Manu said that in the past and now, the whole family will go out together and with more swimmers scaring the fish into the the net they catch more fish. This is how they have fed themselves fish for many generations. We took a break in some shallow water and ate fresh bananas, passion fruit, and drank mint tea. It was so refreshing. As we chatted, Michaela and I learned the Tahitians originally called Bora Bora ...Pora Pora, but the French changed the spelling because they could not pronounce it correctly. As we headed into shore, we surfed our canoe in with the smaller lagoon waves and met up with Sam on shore, and then took everything back to Sam’s truck. He drove us about 1/2 mile to his house, where we were greeted by two friendly dogs, who were very dirty, living outdoors, but still loving a good rub! We freshened up and then went up to the house, taking off our shoes as we entered the outdoor covered kitchen. He we met Sylvie, Sam’s wife. Sylvie was born in France but was Polish by decent, and worked at the same hotel as Sam, who worked hard to woo her heart. The two have been happily married for 11 years as I write this. Now we prepared the food! Sam and Manu brought up four coconuts from the garden. We had to pierce the coconut on a steel rod, and then use our hand in a special motion to break off a piece of the husk and then repeat about five times fo get to the seed in the middle. Shaking the coconut there was certainly milk inside. Once we got the husks off, Manu hit the seam of the coconut and it cracked in half, leaving us with a coconut cup filled with water which we happily drank. Manu has husked a coconut in 6 seconds! His personal record. His people have contests to see who can husk 300 coconuts the fastest. I would certainly loose that one! Then we sat over a metal scraper and for 20 minutes and Manu had to teach me the best way to scrape out the meat in a shredded fashion. I was a slow learner, but eventually got the hang of it. Of course, I was happy to watch Manu do his efficient work much more quickly than I. After we collected a large bowl of shred, Manu put it in cheese cloth and squeezed the milk out of the shred and began to make poisson cru! We made it with cucumbers, onion, ginger, garlic, lime, pepper, raw tuna, and of course, our coconut milk! We sat down all together and Sylvie asked Manu to pray, and then we all shared fellowship and great food! What Michaela and I really loved about this adventure what is the sense of community and family here in the area. Sam’s entire family lives close by and most of them within walking distance of his home. They all were there looking out for each other and helping each other in times of trouble in such a way that even though it was not offered, there was no need for government assistance. After a wonderful meal of the fish we caught, breadfruit from Sam’s garden, along with fried bananas, some kind of orange fruit, rice with garlic gravy and our poisson cru we were stuffed. Of course we also had a desert of cooked bananas mashed with tapioca flour that is baked and then coconut milk is poured over it. Delicious! Sam tends a multi acre garden with a variety of edible fruits and vegetables and we toured it extensively and learned how to grow it and keep the soil healthy. Sam uses the coconut husks to make fertilizer along with duck manure and compost tea from the bananas and vegetables into the garden. He picked us ripe fruit and we took it home with us to enjoy on our hike the next day. As we said our goodbyes, we asked Sylvie about the tipping policy in French Polynesia. In the past it was taboo. It was considered an insult, but since so many Americans are accustomed to tipping, they have come to appreciate it but would feel shame to expect it. It’s best to ask if they would be willing. So we did and they graciously accepted a well deserved tip. We had an amazing time with Moorea Maori Tours. It was a fantastic way to adventure and learn local traditions in French Polynesia. Thank you to our new friends!"..."
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You drive, I guide you
"Wow! What an amazing day with Spirou! We learned so much about Moorea. Spirou showed us the essential highlights of this beautiful island as she explained the history, geography, culture, and plant life. We drove to beautiful scenic points including one of the top ten in the world. We saw a tropical garden, the tiki cultural center, the pineapple fields, ancient sites, and more. Spirou is also a very interesting person and had great insight and perspective. We highly recommend this tour - which is also a great value. We rented a car and picked up Spirou and she spent 6 hours with us. Take this tour!"..."
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4x4 Safari Tour
"Very cool experience with a great mix of stops! From Magic Mountain to Belvedere Lookout, with tasty stops along the way (tropical fruit/jam tasting + Rotui Distillery), this was a great way to adventure across the island and learn some interesting facts as well."..."

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