On a South Sea island as beautiful and picturesque as Moorea, there is plenty to do on land as there is underwater. Families can embrace excitement by traversing the warm lagoon waters through snorkelling, jetskiing or diving. Shopping can take place in the form of ‘made in Moorea’ handicraft products. The island’s various resorts are set in picturesque locales under canopies of green hills and white sandy beaches and provide a host of spas in which to relax in.
The warm South Sea hospitality extends towards all its guests, young and old. The island offers a host of beautiful, scenic eateries and restaurants crafted exquisitely into the natural green landscapes overlooking picturesque spots filled with sun kissed beaches and crystal clear waters. A range of French, Italian, Chinese and Tahitian cuisines can be enjoyed in open air settings at the Le Matiehani found in Moorea’s Pearl Resort & Spa, Arii Vahine at the Sheraton Moorea Lagoon Resort & Spa, Fare Nui at the InterContinental Resort and Spa, or La perouse at Sofitel Moorea Beach Resort.
There is no shortage of activities to do in Bora Bora. You can explore the island or laze around the beach all day long. Hire a catamaran and select your choice of relaxing cruises. There are also adventure island tours and sunset experiences. Most catamarans have a well stocked bar, a sundeck on the roof and dining area.
There are countless land and water activities that guests of all ages can partake in together at Moorea. Families at Moorea tend to focus on the water and there are host of facilities to accommodate water loving families. From snorkeling to boating, the discovery of underwater wildlife can be enjoyed by all wishing to reconnect with nature.