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Offering a garden, Moorea Beach Lodge is located in Moorea. A fridge and kettle are also provided. Every unit comes with a private bathroom with free toiletries. Thanks to the staff member who helped my husband get to the hospital for urgent medical attention. It it weren't for the beautiful French receptionist, our stay would have been very hard. We appreciated the love and care!
Located in Moorea, 16 mi from Papeete, Poerani Moorea features air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi throughout the property. Free private parking is available on site. A TV is featured. My accommodations were in a private villa (not a hotel). A few yards from my villa lie the sea! An awesome view with full access. The grounds are well maintained and are in a full lush tropical setting. The villa is natural, and has good air conditioning, if you want it. This is the rainy season so I only used it twice. It cools quickly! I have food specifications, and used the kitchen for all my meals. There are two other villas on site and I had great neighbors. Since I solo travelled, this was a pleasant plus!
Te Fare Hinahei is a bungalow located in Moorea, 1.2 mi from the entrance of the Opunohu Estate. Free WiFi is featured. Offering sea and mountain views, each room features a private bathroom. Fabulous owners, exquisite location, wonderful facilities.
Located in Moorea, 0.9 mi from Ta'ahiamanu Beach, PainaPaopao Backpacker features accommodations with a garden, free private parking and a terrace. If this is not paradise, I don’t know what is. Fantastic set up, excellent hosts and staff, and solid location. Tucked a hundred meters or so from the ocean, this hostel is excellent. Clean, comfy, and all around excellent. Marie and Mikel were wonderful and the fellow guests during my stay were equally fantastic. Accommodations are semi private and the setup and layout is perfect. The small number of rooms make for a great hostel atmosphere—one of my favorites. Easy to get to the beaches (public one a short walk or quick hitch away) and to the store (another quick hitch). Perfect.
Located on the beachfront in Moorea and featuring a garden, Fare Tokoau Moorea has free WiFi. Among the various facilities are barbecue facilities and a terrace. Great location in the island near restaurants and a perfect little beach out front. Free kayaks you can use. Was nice to have a swimming pool to cool off also. The family that owns the place was very helpful with anything you needed. Love it here!!!
Offering garden views, Lagoon Dream in Moorea offers accommodations, an outdoor swimming pool, a bar, a garden, a private beach area and a terrace. Private beach with kayaks and snorkels included, right next to the best food on the island and the worlds best hostess - Mano! She was a amazing part of our stay, so very helpful!
Fare blue lagon view has sea views, free WiFi and free private parking, located in Moorea. - Landlords VERY VERY VERY VERY FRIENDLY! - Functional kitchen! - Canoe Kayak - very attractive price - friendly dogs - all informations from Laurence to have the nicest hollidays - room is perfectly cleaned - transferts - nice view of lagon - sky is full of stars at night
On average, 3-star hotels in Moorea cost $231 per night, and 4-star hotels in Moorea are $0 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Moorea can be found for $0 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
Best pineapples, avocados and mangoes! Warm water. Stunning lagoon. Great snorkelling, kayaking and jet skiing. Very relaxing, laid back island with a good variety of standards of accommodation, restaurants, snack bars and gift shops. Plenty of outdoor activities to choose from. We went during February which is still officially the wet season but the weather was perfect. We only had short bursts of occasional rain which was a welcome relief to the hot humid weather. Highly recommend visiting Moorea.
It was beautiful but be ready to spend money. $25 for a burger and $18-20 for a drink. The average price for breakfast was $22. US currency not widely accepted so before you go, go to your local bank for currency exchange (better rate than at airports). Stock up for food for a Sunday because everything was closed, at least it was when we arrived. The town,... nothing much to do or see. Guy at hotel offers swimming with stingrays and sharks (black tip sharks). Dont go with him, but do more of an organized one like Lagroonarama ... as you will get much more attention and get to actually hold a stingray. This place was reasonable and the view was amazing. But that was our bungalow, and Think we were the only ones that had a view... but whole property is right on the beach. They have a very nice guest area but they do nothing with it. (its a shame because it could be an awesome place if they put effort into it) Once you get there you are on your own pretty much, but as long as you know that you are OK. The restaurants to your LEFT of the hotel are very friendly and nice. Expect to pay $50-$60 pp for dinner (entree only). We came from Bora Bora to Moorea and then went to Tahiti. Flight from Moorea to Tahiti was only $50 and the flight was a whopping 6 minutes! They boarded and were ready to take off 1/2 before scheduled boarding time so I almost missed the flight... so arrive early. When we got to the airport there must have been 10 people in entire airport so you do not have to take into account waiting time or lines to check in as there is only 2 gates. $45 taxi fare to and from hotel. Most places did not gave a credit card machine so cash is needed.
Laid back, compared to Tahiti. A rental car - Avis and Europcar are right at the ferry stop - gives you more options e.g. for eating out, restocking the fridge, or general sightseeing. Everyone is very friendly, but be aware that opportunistic theft is flourishing on the island; lock up your valuables in the safes provided or in your suitcase.
The natural beauty of this island is spectacular. If you want challenging hiking with great views, that is available. There are a number of bike trails, and despite the nutty traffic you can circumnavigate the island on bike (43 miles around). Although I did not build it into my schedule, the snorkeling here is amazing.
Four days is more than enough time Hiking Belvedere Point trails were great if you are active The drive up the hill is a bit of a challenge if you do not have a very small car A bit expensive even if you go to the local markets The Canadian hamburger and a beer will set you back $30 USD PP Being from Mexico that would be less than $6.00 for both The juice tour is free and the tastings a are a nice touch Daniels pizza was great except you need to bro g your own beer
Moorea is a beautiful island that has one main beach road around it that is easy to navigate and see all the natural beauty that is evident everywhere you look. There are great places to stay but no highrises which makes it even more charming and desireable. There are many great beachside restaurants to choose from. A must experience, is the Tiki Village dinner and theater. It is the most authentic Polynesian dinner and show I've ever seen and it is filled with heart...and fire! Go!