Taha'a 4WD Safari & Lagoon Snorkeling with Lunch

Taha'a 4WD Safari & Lagoon Snorkeling with Lunch

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      Taha'a, French Polynesia
      8 Hours
      From (USD)
      $ 133
      • Panoramic lookout: Ride up to one of the highest points in Taha'a, where the scenic views of the island and the lagoon will delight any photography buff. 
      • Black pearl farm: Visit a working Tahitian pearl farm, explore the grounds, and learn how incomparable Tahitian black pearls are grafted and harvested.
      •  Vanilla plantation: Enjoy the wonderful scent in the air as you learn about the cultivation, harvesting, and processing of the vine orchids that produce vanilla pods.
      • Shark and ray feeding: Travel to shallow waters in the lagoon where you'll be able to touch and feed stingrays in the water, and get a close look at sharks being fed.
      • Snorkeling paradise: Taha'a has one of the most beautiful coral gardens in the Leeward Islands, and you'll go there to explore the colorful underwater world with complimentary mask and snorkel.
      • Lunch on an island: Stop at one of the many motu (tiny reef isles) that surround Taha'a and Raiatea and enjoy a Tahitian lunch of grilled chicken and fish, rice, sweet potatoes (umara), taro root, fresh fruit, and the Tahitian dessert called po'e. Drinks are spring water, punch, fruit juice, and wine.
      • Roundtrip transportation: Hotel pick-up and drop-off from most local hotels is included; a small fee may apply at some locations.

      Meeting point

      We pick up and drop off at any of these locations: All hotels and pensions except Vahine island or La Pirogue Api (extra charge). Tell us your preferred location at checkout to confirm. Look for our representative with the tour's name on a sign.

      Helpful hints

      Vanilla, pearls and other products are available for purchase.

      Be careful not to touch or step on the coral reef, and avoid touch any underwater animals for safety and environmental reasons. Wildlife sightings are likely but never guaranteed.

      Itinerary and order of the visited sites may change without prior notice according to weather conditions or other circumstances.

      Getting around

      To fully participate in these water activities, you must know how to swim, be comfortable in the water, and able to cope with occasional currents. This tour is not suitable for travelers with limited mobility or those who utilize a wheelchair.

      Activity type

      Adventure, Wilderness/Wildlife, Beach, Water Sports

      Transportation used

      4-Wheel Drive Vehicle and Covered Motorized Boat

      Included amenities

      Spring water during the tour
      Snorkeling gear (mask & snorkel only)
      Picnic Lunch of Local Fare

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      Tour Participation Requirements

      Activity Level

      This experience is rated moderate. Full participation may require extended periods of walking over even and uneven surfaces, steep terrain and/or water activity in a slight current. There may be steps, inclines, cobblestone surfaces, and extended periods of standing. Participants with physical limitations should take this into account.

      Age restrictions

      Suitable for travelers 4 years of age and older.

      Special Medical Restriction

      All travelers must be able to swim and maneuver in and out of the boat. If you have knee or hip problems, have recently suffered an injury, or you are pregnant, this may be a challenge for you.

      Special comments

      Any swimming is at each participant's own risk.

      The islands of Taha'a and Raiatea (directly south) are thought to have once been a single land mass. The reefs that surround them created a magnificent lagoon where the waters are calm and inviting. They also helped form one of the most stunning coral gardens in Tahiti - and this tour takes you there.

      The coral garden lies between two tiny islands: Motu Maharare and Motu Tautau. Under the surface, in shallow water of about three feet, lies a rainbow of colors set over a white sand canvas. The color comes from both the coral formations and the marine life that calls the reefs home.

      Green fish with dark red accents dart one way while yellow fish with black stripes veer off in the other, the color combinations continuously dazzling you.

      There's a nice, constant current that gently carries you over the crystal-clear water, so you don't have to exert any effort. Just glide along and enjoy the constantly changing view of this underwater metropolis.

      Coral reefs are also a great place to spot other marine life, like sea urchins and octopus, so keep a sharp eye out. And don't hold back from going over the same area a second time; you'll be surprised at how much you missed the first time.

      The Vanilla Island

      Quietly, peacefully, and unassumingly, Taha'a produces 80 percent of all the vanilla grown in French Polynesia. Cultivating vanilla pods is so labor-intensive that vanilla is the second most expensive spice, behind saffron. But as important as vanilla is to Taha'a economy, it's not native to any of Tahiti's islands. It was introduced from South America by French Admiral Francois Alphonse Hamelin in 1848.

      Non-refundable if canceled within 7 days of requested services.


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      Taha'a, French Polynesia
      Great photo opportunities
      Wear sunscreen
      Bring money
      Bring water
      Bring water shoes
      Swim wear
      Wear Sunglasses
      Wear Hat

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