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Tiki Theatre Village
Tiki Village is a recreation of a pre-colonial Tahitian village, with a massive tiki-like sculpture greeting visitors at the entrance. The Tiki Theatre Village dance troupe performs four times weekly, and their kinetic shows must be seen to be believed.
Old Polynesian charm blends with quaint European style at Chez Pauline, a great place to purchase souvenirs and relics, including grinding stones, prehistoric stone tikis and wooden artifacts culled from around Moorea's Afareaitu Village.
Seemingly oblivious to the advances of modernization, this rural community is notable for its wooden homes, hibiscus bushes and modest churches. Haapiti is a leisurely village that affords visitors a glimpse of the old Moorea.
Le Belvedere Lookout Point
Perhaps Moorea's most spectacular scenic overlook, Belvedere Lookout Point provided the setting for the film saga, "Return of the Bounty." The Point offers a panoramic view of the Opunohu Valley, and superlative vistas of the Cook and Opunohu bays.
Kellum Garden Stop
This historic homestead was built in 1925, and has since become an interesting piece of Moorean history. Located at the base of Mount Rotui, the Kellum Stop is notable for its variety of plants and flowers, not to mention its largely unspoiled, "old world" charm.
The opalescent lagoons surrounding Moorea are perfect for jet skiing, scuba diving, snorkeling, swimming, water skiing and windsurfing. Visitors can hand-feed fish from a glass-bottom boat, or ride an outrigger canoe or catamaran.
Moorea has always provided visitors with a natural high, but parasailing lets you literally soar to new heights! Pulled by a 28 ft. boat, you can ascend as high as 300 feet over Moorea's glistening lagoon, where the view is indescribably beautiful.
Evening Tiki Theater Village Show
No visitor to Moorea should leave the island without spending an evening enjoying Tahitian culture at an authentic Polynesian show. The night begins with a feast featuring local island foods, and is highlighted by exciting, traditional song and dance performances.
Some of the finest diving in the world can be found off Moorea. The abundant flora and fauna include reef sharks, moray eels, huge Napoleon wrasses and triggerfish. And with more than 20 dive sites from which to choose, find the perfect spot is a breeze.
Many of Moorea's natural wonders can be enjoyed on horseback. Ride through the magnificent Teavaro Valley, or take a guided excursion along the island's white sand beaches. Be sure to take some time to snap a few pictures of Moorea's incredible scenery.