- Meet and greet with flowersupon your arrival at Tahiti airport
-Inter-island flight from Tahiti to Moorea with Air Tahiti (duration 10 min.)
-Transfer from Moorea airport to your accommodation
YOUR STAY IN MOOREA - LUXURY RESORT
Choose the duration of your stay, your resort and bungalow type online
+ Meals included:
Daily breakfast buffet at your resort.All resorts offer American and Tahitian style buffet breakfasts, most restaurants have stunning views of the lagoon.
+ Daily 3-course dinner or buffet at your resort's restaurant of choice(note that all resorts offer 2 or 3 different dining experiences). Enjoy some of the best fine dining in Moorea, you can dine at any of your resort's restaurants. Tahitian dance show is available at all hotels, depending on your resort choice you get access to these evenings for free or for a supplement. Contact your travel advisor at EASYTAhiti if you have more information about Tahitian dance shows.
+ "DISCOVER THE BEST OF MOOREA" activity package included:
Activity Package "Discover the best of Moorea"
3 "must do" experiences:
Experience beautiful Moorea from the sea and enjoy a full day lagoon tour by boat. You will snorkel in beautiful coral gardens, swim with rays and sharks, have lunch literally "feet in the lagoon" and spend an afternoon on a beautiful beach
Discover the mountains and valleys of Moorea with this ATV Quad Discovery Tour of the island. On the menu amazing vantage points from the top of Moorea's mountains, the thrill of riding an ATV crossing rivers and exploring the lush side of the island
Experience Tahitian culture with a unique Polynesian evening that begins with a Tahitian buffet followed by one of the best Tahitian dance shows in Moorea.
-Transfer from your accommodation to Moorea airport
-Inter-island flight from Moorea to Tahiti with Air Tahiti (duration 10 min.)
- All taxes and service charges included (except city tax $2/day/pers)
-easyConciergeservices included (local assistance available 7 days a week, 24/24, during your vacation)
Best price available for travel from 1 November to 10 December and from 5 January to 31 May.
Other dates available, prices may vary depending on travel dates and availability.
Please note that the schedule for your activities will be set up by one of our travel consultants who will contact you by email or phone after your online booking. We make sure that you have all the answers to your questions and that the activity plan suits your needs. You just have to choose the hotel room and the activity package you want, and we will set everything up for you.
Twelve miles from Tahiti, the green mystique of the "yellow lizard" flows forth from a shredded landscape that looks like a vast star-shaped garden branching into eight valleys. Captain Cook's island has one of the most beautiful lagoons. Its turquoise waters reflect the opulent harmony of the underwater world, where divers can encounter turtles, leopard rays or even some scorpion fish amidst coral roses that host many other species.
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YOUR FLIGHTS TO INTER ISLAND:
This vacation package includes all your inter-island flights between the islands you want to visit. These will be served by local airline Air Tahiti, which operates ATR aircraft
Advance seating is not available, no seat assignment at check-in, complimentary seating policy on all Air Tahiti flights.
Check-in baggage policy: up to 3 pieces per person, maximum weight of 23 kg per person for all pieces.
Any piece weighing over 25kg is not accepted as checked baggage and must be shipped by AIR CARRIAGE arranged through Air Tahiti Cargo Service.
Continued baggage policy: 1 piece per person, maximum weight of 5 kg.
Contact us for information on excess baggage, which is allowed for a fee.
All information about the airline and your flights (check-in terminal, entertainment on board...) will be communicated to you by your easyTahiti travel consultant.
We take care of planning all your transfers from/to airports or to your activities on the islands for you! The exact planning of these will be communicated to you by your easyTahiti travel consultant.
All activity pick up information (exact timing and location) will be communicated to you by your easyTahiti travel consultant, this information will be mentioned on your detailed itinerary.
All prices are all taxes included except city tax (150XPF or about $1.7/day/person) which must be paid directly at the hotels during your stay.
Your e-tickets will be sent to you by e-mail max. 15 days after the payment of your flights.
Print and present your e-tickets along with your passports at airline check-in counters to check-in for your flights.
Make sure the passengers' names are correct AS THEY APPEAR ON THEIR PASSPORTS. Name changes resulting in re-issuance of tickets will incur a fee from the airline.
INTER ISLAND E-TICKETS:
The electronic copies of your e-tickets will be sent to you by e-mail max. 30 days before the start of the holiday or max. 15 days after the total payment of your reservation, whichever comes first.
These e-tickets in paper version will be given to you on your arrival at Tahiti Faaa Airport by our representative if you have booked a meet & greet with us.
Present your e-tickets together with your passports at the Air Tahiti/Air Moorea check-in counters to check in your flights.
HOTEL ROOMS, TRANSFER, ACTIVITIES:
Couponselectronic copies (in PDF format) for hotels/transfers/activities: sent to you by e-mail max. 30 days before the start of the holiday or max. 15 days after the total payment of your reservation, whichever comes first.
These vouchers in paper version will be given to you on your arrival at Tahiti Faaa Airport by our representative if you have booked a transfer on your arrival at Tahiti Airport with easyTahiti.com. Otherwise, you must print the coupons yourself.
Present your coupons to each corresponding supplier in exchange for their services.
Your detailed itinerary (including pick-up point and time for all your transfers/activities) e-tickets will be sent to you via email max. 30 days before the start of the holiday or max. 15 days after the total payment of your reservation, whichever comes first.
We strongly advise all our guests to have their itineraries insured in case of lost luggage, flight delays or other unforeseen events. Please note that by proceeding to the payment of your holiday by credit card, you will automatically receive travel insurance from your credit card company. Contact your credit card company for full details of the travel insurance associated with your credit card type (travel insurance policies vary depending on your credit card type.
If you would like to pay for your booking via bank transfer and still have travel insurance, or if your credit card travel insurance does not suit your needs, we offer our guests travel insurance plans from Travel Guard or World Nomads. Please contact one of our travel consultants for full details and prices.
You have the option to send special requests regarding each component of your vacation package, to do so follow the booking process until the checkout page. Enter your requests at the bottom of the page, in front of the corresponding component. Confirm your reservation online. Your easyTahiti travel consultant will ensure that your request will be taken into consideration by the corresponding suppliers.
When you book with us, you get help from one of our travel consultants if you have any questions about your reservation. Your personal travel consultant will be available from Monday to Friday between 8am and 5pm to help you make the most of your precious holiday time. You will benefit from our local travel assistance during your holiday, available 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. We are only a local phone call away from you if you need us.
WE REMIND YOU TO:
- Payment will be made in French Pacific Francs (XPF), taking into account the daily exchange rate between the currency used for your reservation and the French Pacific Francs (XPF) from the Bank of Tahiti.
- By proceeding to the confirmation of your reservation, you confirm that you accept the general conditions of easyTahiti.com. You can consult these conditions atby clicking here.
- Due to the current volatility in fuel costs, flight prices are not guaranteed until payment and issuance of your e-tickets.
- The stated flight times can be changed by the airline. These can be reconfirmed directly with the airlines before travel.
- All visitors to the South Pacific require a passport. For all information regardingVISA to French Polynesia click here
The prices mentioned are based on double rooms, single supplements may apply. Valid dates and blackout dates as listed are not guaranteed and are subject to change without notice as inventory and prices change. Valid dates may apply to either a rate or a promotion, such as a percentage discount or a free night offer, which may at some point cause price fluctuations within a valid date range. For real-time prices and availability, please search for your specific dates.
To confirm your reservation, you only need to pay a deposit of $300 per person. person. A second payment may be required to issue your international flight e-tickets, this information will be provided to you by our travel consultants at the time of booking. Full payment is required 45 days prior to departure date.
This payment option is only available for reservations made for departures 45 days or more in advance and reservations with a total amount equal to or greater than $1,200, otherwise full payment is required at the time of reservation.
We accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express or bank transfer. Payment by credit card may incur fees from your credit card company.
3How long to stay in Moorea
We advise you to stay there for at least 3 days to have time to go around the island and enjoy the lagoon and its excursions.
The island's well-maintained road system also makes it simple to travel around and explore. The island's top attractions, including its maraes, waterfalls, and other natural treasures, may also be seen on guided tours. In conclusion, Moorea in French Polynesia is a gem worth exploring.What is the best month to visit Moorea? ›
July to August: Perfect Weather to Visit Moorea
July and August are the ideal time to visit Moorea.
The road around the island is well-maintained and easy to navigate, and the Internet connectivity is far better on Tahiti (particularly Papeete) than Moorea, where I constantly struggled to get a connection. If you need to work at all while you're on the islands, Tahiti is certainly better for that.Does it rain a lot in Moorea? ›
Most of the time, the showers are brief. However, during the wet season, the rain can last for days and even in August, no one is safe from a storm. Fortunately, there is plenty of things to do when it rains in Moorea, and these dry or almost dry activities are some of the best on the island.Are there mosquitoes in Moorea? ›
Mosquitos in Moorea are vicious, so prepare yourself! I will readily warn you that the mosquitos in Moorea are unreal. Like, swarm-you-in-seconds vicious. This may have been intensified by the fact that we visited Moorea right at the start of the rainy season.Is Moorea more expensive than Bora Bora? ›
Bora Bora And Moorea Are Both Well Worth A Visit
If you must choose, Moorea is easier (and cheaper) to get to from Tahiti, and the island affords some amazing snorkeling — as well as other great adventures to be had on land and on the water, from ATV rides and food tours to sunset cruises and day hikes.
Personally, I think about 4-6 nights is the optimal amount of time to travel to Moorea. It's enough to feel totally relaxed, while still having time to see and do a lot! But do as many nights as you can!What is the hottest month in Moorea? ›
The hottest month in Moorea is March when the average maximum temperature is 31°C (88°F), average temperature is 28°C (82°F) and average minimum temperature is 25°C (77°F).Can you walk around Moorea? ›
Hiking around Moorea-Maiao is one of the best ways to experience more of the landscape, although finding the right route is not always easy. To help, here are the top 9 hikes and walks around Moorea-Maiao — so you can just get out and go.
You can drink tap water in Tahiti, Moorea and Bora Bora and in all the international resorts. It is usually fine in family hotels and in the other islands but we recommend that you ask your hosts for confirmation.Do you need a car to get around Moorea? ›
Without a means of transportation, you will be confined to a limited geographical area and may miss the diversity of Moorea. Renting a vehicle is not just about exploring the island as a whole. Some hotels in Moorea do not have direct access to the lagoon and others are even several miles from the first beach.What is the cheapest island to stay in French Polynesia? ›
Tahiti is a relatively cheap island because it is the main island. Many local people live here and there are big supermarkets on the island. Because the island is not that popular with tourists, you also pay relatively little for accommodation here. Huahine is also a relatively cheap island.How long is the ferry ride from Moorea to Bora Bora? ›
Aremiti Ferry runs many daily departures on the Moorea to Bora Bora ferry. Passengers can take in the breathtaking vistas of the islands from the ocean throughout the about two and a half-hour trip.How long does it take to go around Moorea? ›
The entire drive around the island would normally take about an hour, but if you've got all the time in the world and want to be guided by your curiosity, give yourself at least a half-day to explore. There is no major “centre” in Moorea; instead there are several small villages along the shorelines.What is the rainiest month in French Polynesia? ›
The rainiest months are those of December and January, the rains are more intense along the coasts exposed to the trade winds that generally blow from the north and north-west. The sea water temperature in French Polynesia varies between 26 ° C and 29 ° C.What is the hottest month in French Polynesia? ›
French Polynesia, annual weather averages
January is the hottest month in Papeete with an average temperature of 27.5°C (82°F) and the coldest is July at 24.5°C (76°F). The wettest month is January with an average of 240mm of rain..
In Moorea, rainfall is more abundant on the eastern side of the island than on the western one, and even more so in the mountains of the interior. The drier season lasts from late-April through October.Can I use American dollars in French Polynesia? ›
U.S. dollar and European euro notes (but not coins) are widely accepted as cash in the islands, although at less favorable exchange rates than at banks. You will probably get a more favorable rate if you change your money in French Polynesia rather than before leaving home.Do they speak English in Moorea? ›
Talk. Everybody speaks Tahitian and French. Anybody working in tourist services will speak enough English to get by, although it's not well spoken by the general public.
Avoid raw and undercooked food. Outside Papeete, drink boiled or bottled water. Medical facilities in Papeete are good, but those on other islands and in outlying areas are basic. Ensure your travel insurance covers your condition and medical evacuation.Where did the Kardashians stay in French Polynesia? ›
With unparalleled views and pristine waters melting onto dreamlike beaches, Conrad Bora Bora Nui is a tropical oasis. The French Polynesian hideaway is so idyllic, in fact, that even the Kardashians couldn't stay away — the celebrity family chose this luxurious resort as its vacation destination in 2011.How long is ferry from Tahiti to Moorea? ›
Ferries between Tahiti and Moorea island
To go to Moorea, the ferry is the easiest, departing from Tahiti's docks, located 12 min by cab from the airport. No advanced booking is necessary, you just buy tickets at their desk. The crossing lasts about 40 minutes. Fast ferries Aremiti for Moorea.
The disadvantage is the price of flights, because unfortunately Air Tahiti has a virtual monopoly (alongside private aircraft companies) on all the islands of French Polynesia and offers really prohibitive prices, especially when considering the very short duration of some flights.How long can Americans stay in French Polynesia? ›
A visa is not required for this destination for a stay of up to 90 days in any 180 day period. Please keep in mind that while a visa is not required, you must: Hold a passport valid for at least six months beyond your date of country exit and with one blank visa page.How deep is the water between Tahiti and Moorea? ›
Highlights. Separated by a narrow channel that reaches depths of 1,500-metres, Tahiti and Moorea are idyllic islands renowned for their spectacular water sports, from swimming with humpback whales to surfing and diving. And that's just in the water.How long is the drive around Moorea? ›
There's a single road that follows the whole perimeter of the island, so it's nearly impossible to get lost. The 37 mile (60km) drive will only take you around 1.5 hours if you complete it without stopping, but I recommend budgeting around 3-4 hours to allow for stops.What is hurricane season in Tahiti? ›
The rainy and hurricane season
In French Polynesia, the months from November to March in general, have the most rain. In addition, the risk of hurricanes in French Polynesia is particularly high from December to April (an average of 3 to 6 hurricanes over this period).
What is the rainy season in Tahiti? The rainy season typically lasts from November to April. This season is characterized by summer showers and warmer temperatures, and the rain is generally short-lived.What is the best time year in Tahiti? ›
The best time to visit Tahiti is between May and October. Although the temperatures are balmy year-round, Tahiti's winter season enjoys less humidity.
As a result of the recent COVID-19 developments and the restrictions set by the Government of French Polynesia, we have decided to temporarily close the Resort.Does Moorea have a town? ›
Cities. Moorea has no urban center, but rather the island is home to a series of small villages, such as Paopao and Haapiti, that line its shores.Does Moorea have spiders? ›
The spider fauna of Moorea is dominated by nonnative species. As anthropomorphic disturbances on the environment increase more efforts should be directed towards conservation of mid- elevation ridge and high mountain sites which possess more native species.Are mosquitoes bad in Tahiti? ›
ENVIRONMENT. The sun can get intense during the day, so remember to wear sunscreen and stay hydrated. There are no snakes or poisonous spiders in Tahiti, only mosquitoes and the small sand fly known as the no-no. Bring bug repellent and carry it with you when hiking through dense vegetation.Are there tiger sharks in Moorea? ›
Eight different species can be seen on this trip, in the waters around Moorea and Tahiti. Start in shallower waters and work your way up to deeper waters. Get up close to oceanic white-tip sharks, silky sharks, and maybe even tiger sharks.Are there jellyfish in Moorea? ›
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However, because humans do not populate them, jellyfish thrive here!
The Tiahura neighborhood is located on the northwest corner of Moorea. By staying in Tiahura, you'll have access to the best restaurants and shops. Also in the Tiahura area are two well-known beaches: Tiahura Beach and Sunset Beach. Grab a cocktail on Sunset Beach and watch the sun dip below the horizon.How much are cabs on Moorea? ›
Make advance reservations for service between 6pm and 6am. Fares are 800CFP (US$10/£5) during the day, 1,700CFP (US$21/£11) at night, plus 110CFP (US$1.35/70p) per kilometer. They double from 8pm to 6am.Are there Ubers in Tahiti? ›
Is There Uber In Tahiti, French Polynesia? Again, the unfortunate answer to, “Is there Uber in Tahiti?” is no. Uber has not made its way across the Pacific to French Polynesia yet. But similar to Moorea, there are many transportation options in Tahiti.Is French Polynesia more expensive than Hawaii? ›
French Polynesia is 21.9% cheaper than Hawaii.
Bora Bora is more expensive than Tahiti, mainly because it is known for its overwater bungalows and luxury resorts. Staying in one of the upscale hotels will cost around $400-$700/per night.Which Hawaiian island is the least expensive to stay? ›
Due to the abundance of hotels, activities, tours, and attractions, Oahu is the cheapest Hawaiian island to visit. Between the competitive prices and myriad of things to do, those looking for a budget vacation to Hawaii will find that Oahu is exactly what they've been searching for.How many days should I stay in Moorea? ›
We advise you to stay there for at least 3 days to have time to go around the island and enjoy the lagoon and its excursions.How to get from Papeete airport to Moorea? ›
FERRY TO MOOREA
The most convenient way to reach Moorea from Tahiti is by ferry, a scenic journey that takes 30 – 60 minutes. Two ferry companies are operating daily schedules, leaving from the Papeete port and arriving in Moorea's Vaiare marina. Prices start at 1,500XPF ($15 US) per trip.
We recommend you to stay 3-4 days in Bora Bora. This gives you plenty of time to explore this pretty island and all the different shades of emerald the sea has the offer here. Do you have more time, then you will love spending that here too, just keep in mind Bora Bora is the most expensive island of French Polynesia.How many days should I spend in French Polynesia? ›
With so many beaches, water activities, and cultural connections, you should spend between seven and 10 days in Tahiti and greater Polynesia. One week to 10 days can give you plenty of time to visit Tahiti and other islands, such as Bora Bora or Moorea.How many days is recommended in Bora Bora? ›
We recommend you to stay 3-4 days in Bora Bora. This gives you plenty of time to explore this pretty island and all the different shades of emerald the sea has the offer here. Do you have more time, then you will love spending that here too, just keep in mind Bora Bora is the most expensive island of French Polynesia.