You will met upon arrival in Pape'ete airport and assisted in transferring to the domestic area for your short hop to Mo'orea. Overnight in Mo'orea
Mo'orea rises magically out of the ocean like a cathedral. High, sharp, inspiring green spires, crowned by clouds. Poetic threads of waterfalls tumble down fern-softened cliffs. Peaceful meadows flanked by pinnacles of emerald green will renew your belief in the majesty of nature, and Mo'orea's bright blue lagoon will bring to life the South Seas idyll of your dreams. Pastel-painted houses, surrounded by gardens of hibiscus and birds of paradise, circle the island in a necklace of happy, simple villages that will elevate your senses and remind you that this is what life is all about. La vie heureuse, as they say in Tahiti, a happy life. One of the most memorable locations in The Islands of Tahiti, Mo'orea's beauty is unforgettable.Many artists live on the island of Mo'orea. Painters, carvers, jewelers and tatoo artists have settled down on this island and take their time to capture the island's beauty and serenity and find the inspiration to create their art.During your time here, discover the wide, calm lagoon by outrigger canoe or glass-bottom boat or jump in and go below the surface with one of the many divemasters to experience the underwater world up close and swim with the rays.Visit the lagoonarium and pick from hundreds of snorkeling spots along the beaches or out around a motu. Take a safari by 4Ã—4 along hidden roads into the valleys and up to waterfalls or rent a car or take an escorted tour and circle the island, stopping off at fruit stands and villages along the wayYou can hire a guide for walking explorations of the interior and over mountain passes and with no malls here, shop at the many small boutiques and unique shopping areas. Look for art and handcrafts at small art galleries and artisan workshops where you'll find treasures made only in Mo'orea. Experience one of the many Polynesian shows and see the beachside performances of the dramatic Fire dances.
A transfer to Mo'orea's small airport and then a brief flight with spectacular views of the Society Islands from the air takes to the Bora Bora.There is much to discover during your time in Bora Bora, an idyliic South Pacific island.Bora Bora's lagoon is an underwater world that hosts manta rays, sharks and gentle Napoleon wrasses, which will welcome you while scuba diving, helmet diving or viewing from a glass-bottom boat. There are many opportunities to explore the lagoon, the motu and the ocean. You can circle the island by water or jump on jetskis or waterskis.
Overnight: Bora Bora
Take sail in a catamaran for a sunset cruise accompanied by local musicians and dancers or climb onboard a helicopter for a breathtaking ride high above this neon-colored world. Discover the dozens of shopping areas for art, handicrafts, pearls, and fragrant Tahitian oils and visit the artisan galleries and pick up your own Bora Bora original.Spend the afternoon enjoying famous Matira Beach or the secluded beaches on one of the many islets surrounding Bora Bora. There will be time to snorkel in the clear waters around the resorts, hire a dive master to learn to dive or explore the sunken vessels and coral walls. A sail on a catamaran or deep sea marlin fishing are other options.
Overnight: Bora Bora
A farewell to Bora Bora with a transfer by boat back to Bora Bora Airport for the short flight back to Pape'ete, where you will connect to the international flight home via Vancouver or Los Angeles.