Enjoy a day of discovery at Raiatea's sister island. Cruise across the shared lagoon for snorkeling in the Taha’a's Coral Garden. Visit a black pearl farm & a vanilla plantation. Relax on a peaceful islet & enjoy a great Polynesian lunch.
Snorkel a stunning coral garden, tour a black pearl farm, discover the "valley of vanilla," and enjoy a succulent Tahitian lunch, while getting around on a 30-foot boat with a guide and a hostess to help make your trip more comfortable.
Your group of up to 12 people will cast off on a 30-foot boat with a guide & hostess enjoy a day snorkeling in a coral garden, touring a black pearl farm, discovering the "valley of vanilla," and savoring a succulent lunch.
Enjoy the rewards of this moderately difficult guided hike in the tropical forest of Raiatea. Along the way, see gorgeous vegetation like Polynesian chestnuts & bamboos, and finally, relax with a dip in the pool at the third waterfall.
This moderately difficult guided hike rewards your group of up to eight people with three waterfalls in the tropical forest of Raiatea. See gorgeous vegetation like Polynesian chestnuts and bamboos, and relax with a dip in the natural pool.
This guided, full day experienced hike takes you to the plateau of Mount Temehani, where the legendary flower, Tiare Apetahi grows. Travel through a pine forest, enjoy breathtaking views of the island and lagoon, and lunch.
Discover Raiatea from a different perspective – a jet ski experience. This tour circles the island past the capital, Uturoa, stops at Motus (islets) for refreshments and snorkeling and goes by the mouth of the Faaroa River on Faaroa Bay.
Get the inside scoop of the Polynesian Islands with the most passionate guide: a former Tahitian newspaper reporter. Take a trip through the vanilla plantation, the sacred site, the pearl farm, and more, listen to the real stories.
Hold on tight for a guided tour on a covered speedboat. Get ready to explore the east side of Raiatea starting from the Faaroa River, visit the Legendary Taputapuaeta Marae, and make a stop at the islet of Iriru for snacks and snorkeling.