Embark upon a magical adventure to discover Moorea’s best attractions.
6-hour Snorkeling & Lunch Tour
- Group Tour
- Adult 12+
- Child Under 12 years old
- Private Tour
- Starting Price Up to 12 people
Discover Moorea’s Beautiful Lagoon!
Embark upon a magical adventure to discover Moorea’s best attractions. After pick-up at your hotel, visit Cook’s or Opunohu Bay and their magnificent mountains. Cruise through Moorea’s lagoon to go meet friendly stingrays and blacktip sharks. Go snorkeling and admire amazing fish and coral reefs & enjoy fresh fruits and drinks. To top off a perfect day, enjoy the cooking class on the motu and learn how to prepare the famous poisson cru. Learn more about polynesian culture with a demonstration of braiding, medicinal plants or how to tie your pareo (local sarong). You will then be brought back to your hotel.
The tour operates rain or shine, unless the weather is unsafe.
- Free pick-up from hotels and ferry (min. 2 people)
- 12 people max. per boat
- Towels provided
- Masks, snorkels, fins and raincoat recommended
- There is sometimes a bit of current in the lagoon depending on the weather conditions.
- Please do not go too far from the boat once in the water and report to your guide if you cannot swim or if you have health problems that require special attention.
- Please also watch your children on the boat or in the water.
- Noodles are at your disposal under the boat seats if needed to help you float.
Observation & Approach Techniques for Marine Animals
STINGRAYS are flatfish, cousins of sharks. They have at the base of their tails one or more spines that they use as a defense if they feel threatened. Once in the water, do not make sudden movements that can scare the animal. Be careful not to step on them when placed on the sand. You can touch them on top in the presence of your guide. Be careful not to put your hands under the ray because they have a mouth and it can bite when looking for food. Watch out for the eyes on the top. Thank you also for paying attention to your watches or jewelry that can hurt the animal.
BLACKTIP SHARKS are small reef sharks very common in French Polynesia. They are not dangerous but still remain sharks in their natural environment, so do not feed them, keep your arms around your body if a shark approaches, do not chase them or try to touch them, and do not make sudden movements to avoid frightening them. The best thing is to let them come to you by moving as little as possible.
FISH are everywhere in the lagoon. In protected areas, please do not fish or try to touch them. Some are equipped with barbs, poison and can bite as a defense mechanism. Also, be careful not to walk on the stonefish, which as their name suggests, are like a small rock and are very dangerous.
MORAY EELS are usually harmless unless they feel threatened. They live in reef holes or under coral blocks. If you see an opening in a coral or rock, do not put your hands or feet on it. If you see a moray eel swimming around you, stay calm and stay away from it. Let her go and do not try to touch her.
All “rocks” inside the lagoon are coral, whatever their colors or shapes. It can be very sharp or irritating. Coral is a living animal, extremely fragile and has a microcosm often invisible to the naked eye. Please do not walk on it (even with water shoes) and pay attention to the flippers. You can, however, put your feet on the sand without problems.
For a cancellation with at least 48 hours’ notice, we offer a 100% refund.
For cancellations with less than 48 hours’ notice, we do not offer any refund.
For groups of 6 or more:
For a cancellation with at least 7 days’ notice, we offer a 100% refund.
For cancellations with less than 7 days’ notice, we do not offer any refund.