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Villa BellaVista
Moorea
   
Villa Marama
Moorea
   
Cook's Bay Overwater Bungalows
Moorea
   
Hôtel Fenua Mata'i'oa
Moorea
 
 
Moorea Fare Miti
Moorea
   
Robinson's Cove Villas
Papetoai 4.90 km
   
Hotel Kaveka
Maharepa 4.99 km
   
Fare Vaihere
Maharepa 5.25 km
 
 
Enjoy Villas Cook's Beach
Maharepa 5.50 km
   
Residence Les Cocotiers
Pihaena 5.70 km
   
Pension Motu Iti
Pihaena 5.70 km
   
Moorea Pearl Resort & Spa
Maharepa 5.97 km
 
 
Fare Maheata Hotel Lodges Pihaena
Pihaena 6.15 km
   
Mark's Place Moorea
Haapiti 6.36 km
   
Moorea Surf Bed and Breakfast
Vaianae 6.51 km
   
Fare AUTE
Vaianae 6.55 km
 
 
Linareva
Haapiti 7.22 km
   
Villa Manou by Tahiti Homes
Maharepa 7.48 km
   
Moorea Golf Lodge
Maharepa 7.84 km
   
Villa Temae Beach
Maharepa 7.95 km
 

Aeropuertos cercanos a MOOREA a una distancia máxima de 250 Km del centro de MOOREA
MOZ - Moorea 7.45 Km del centro de MOOREA - Aeropuerto Regional
PPT - Faaa 21.94 Km del centro de MOOREA - Aeropuerto internacional
TTI - Tetiaroa 62.40 Km del centro de MOOREA - Aeropuerto Regional
HUH - Huahine 159.33 Km del centro de MOOREA - Aeropuerto Regional
RFP - Raiatea 197.04 Km del centro de MOOREA - Aeropuerto Regional
BOB - Motu-Mute 238.88 Km del centro de MOOREA - Aeropuerto Regional

Información general sobre MOOREA
Mo'orea is a high island in French Polynesia, one of the Windward Islands, part of the Society Islands, 17 kilometres (11 mi) northwest of Tahiti. The true spelling of Mo'orea is Mo'ore'a, which means "yellow lizard" in Tahitian: Mo'o = lizard ; Re'a = Yellow. An older name for the island is 'Aimeho, sometimes spelled 'Aimeo or 'Eimeo (among other spellings misunderstood by early visitors with no knowledge of the language). Early Western colonists and voyagers also referred to Mo'orea as York Island.
Fuente: wikipedia
Turismo
A few minutes from the island of Tahiti by plane, and only thirty minutes by high-speed catamaran, Moorea soars magically out of the ocean in an explosion of green velvet - what you would imagine a South Seas island to be.

A wide, shallow lagoon surrounds the island's vertical mountains where poetic threads of waterfalls tumble down fern-softened cliffs. Peaceful meadows flanked by pinnacles of green will fill your senses and renew your belief in the majesty of nature. Pastel-painted houses surrounded by gardens of hibiscus and birds of paradise, circle the island in a fantasy of happy, yet simple villages.

This, the island's poetic name, comes from the eight majestic mountain ridges; however, the name was later changed to Moorea-meaning "Yellow lizard"- following a dream by a high priest.

Polynesian legend describes the panorama of volcanic ridges as the second dorsal fin of the fish that became the island of Tahiti. These pinnacles later inspired the mythical "Bali Hai" that was based on James Michener's book, Tales of the South Pacific.

Experiences unique to Tahiti and perfected in Tahiti:

Overwater Bungalows
Island Tours
Snorkeling Diving
Shark Feeding
Tahitian Cultured Pearls
Polynesian Spas
Unique Cruise Ships
Tahitian Wedding Ceremony
Motu Picnic
Overwater Bungalows
Unlike any other hotel room you've stayed in before, these traditional thatched-roof bungalows are perched above the turquoise lagoon waters. In many of the overwater bungalows, tropical fish swim below as you look through the glass floor or coffee table. With all the amenities of a first-class hotel room, here on your private balcony surrounded only by water and sky, you can enjoy both breakfast, often delivered by canoe, and the sunset, seemingly delivered by the heavens.

Island Tours
There is no better way to gain a sense of everyday Tahitian life and experience the culture of French Polynesia, than passing through the small villages on a circle-island tour. As nearly every island has a coastal road following the lagoon shores, you can either drive around the island by rental car or take a guided bus tour. Explore the island interiors on a 4x4 safari, guided nature hike, or horseback ride. Skim across the lagoons on a motorized canoe, sailboat, or powerboat. For dramatic views above the islands, take a helicopter tour.

Snorkeling & Diving
World-class snorkeling and diving in Tahiti is one of the South Pacific's best-kept secrets. Both experienced and beginner divers and snorkelers are amazed by how clear the waters are and how close they can swim to the marine life, such as the gigantic manta rays. With hundreds of dive sites throughout the islands, divers can choose from the amazing drift dives, oceanic drop-offs, sunken ships, and lagoon dives with infinite marine life.

Shark Feeding
This excursion is one of the most thrilling and popular and can be enjoyed on most of the main islands. After a short trip into the lagoon by powered outrigger canoe or powerboat, you'll float or stand in four to seven feet of clear water behind a secure rope as the docile sharks are hand-fed by an experienced guide. Even non-swimmers can enjoy this exciting scene from the boat.

Tahitian Cultured Pearls
The world-renowned iridescent luster of Mother Nature's most perfect gem can only be created in Tahiti warm lagoon waters. Commonly known around the world as Black Pearls, each Tahitian Cultured Pearl ranges in size and shape and the colors range from the darkest black to shimmering shades of green, blue, bronze, aubergine, or even pink. Tour a pearl farm on Manihi, Rangiroa, Raiatea, Huahine, Taha'a, Tikehau, and Fakarava or visit one of the many pearl shops.

Polynesian Spas
Tahiti is a world-class spa destination with many of the resorts offering new luxurious spas. Surrounded by a backdrop of natural beauty and floral fragrances, there is no better setting for relaxation. Enjoy fresh-flower baths, herbal rain showers, or even a body wrap in banana tree leaves. You can also rejuvenate your romance at the spas aboard the cruise ships including the Parisian-influenced private Spa Villa for two on the m/s Paul Gauguin.

Unique Cruise Ships
A wide variety of cruise products set sail in these romantic isles. Each week, luxurious cruise ships offer first-class meals and balcony cabins, Tahitian-owned "super yachts" sail deep within the smooth-water lagoons, a passenger freighter voyages between 17 ports, sailing catamarans offer small groups or families a vacation at sea, and barefoot cruising creates an environment for the independent and adventurous. Something for everyone on cruises found nowhere else on earth.

Tahitian Wedding Ceremony
An authentic Tahitian Wedding is a meaningful and traditional ceremony for couples wishing to wed in the islands. Couples are bedecked in bright pareu, flowers, and shells. The groom is brought to the beach side location in a canoe while the bride is carried on a rattan throne. Music and dancers enhance the ceremony while a Tahitian priest performs the rites and gives the couple their Tahitian name. This ceremony is held for couples who are being wed for the first time, or for those who wish to renew their vows.

Beginning 2010 weddings are also now legally binding for U.S. and Canadian citizens! Visit our wedding section of the website for more information.

Motu Picnic
Enjoy a private or group picnic on your own motu (tiny islets in the lagoon). Your resort or cruise ship can provide an unforgettable experience where gourmet meals are prepared and enjoyed on a table set either under a coconut tree or in the warm, shallow waters along the beach or at sunset.
Fuente: tahiti-tourisme
Gastronomia
A Maa’a Tahiti (comida tahitiana) é basicamente uma cozinha natural feita em grande parte com produtos frescos, abundância de frutas tropicais e muitas vezes aromatizada com baunilha. Ela também não é muito temperada e uso de especiarias é quase inexistente.

A cozinha tahitiana explora bastante o que é oferecido pela natureza como frutas e produtos domar.As frutas como abacaxi, banana, mamão, melão, maçã, são de excelente qualidade, sobretudo o abacaxi de Moorea que é considerado um dos melhores do mundo.

O peixe é o principal alimento da região. Nessas ilhas, os mais apaixonados por peixes e frutos do mar estarão no paraíso mas ainda assim os carnívoros não terão problemas e poderão se satisfazer com suculentos bifes e também com pratos à base de porco.

Hoje, sua culinária tradicional, baseada em muitas frutas, tubérculos e os maravilhosos peixes fresquíssimos, é uma mescla de pratos com influências das cozinhas francesa, chinesa e polinésia.

A tradicional comida tahitiana é uma grande mistura de fafa (folha do tubérculo taro) e uru (fruta-pão), peixe – tanto cru quanto cozido, porco, leite de coco e alguns vegetais.
Fuente: moananui.wordpress
Clima
Dezembro-Março regista níveis ligeiramente superiores de calor (média 27ºC). Junho- Setembro é temporada mais fresca (média 25ºC).
Fuente: viajandoadois


 
 

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