Details of the tour
Depature is at 8:30 am at Uturoa center marina
On the way to the west coast of Raiatea! During our trip, the possibilities of discoveries are numerous and are made according to the opportunities.
Indeed, the turquoise or big blue lagoon are so many playgrounds and often offer majestic ballets of dolphins. You will be amazed!
Cap to South ! Sail along the town of Tevaitoa whose particularity is to have wild bays punctuated by several green cliffs and waterfalls.
Blue Lagoon will stop at the coral garden of Nao Nao to offer you a beautiful snorkeling between coral potatoes and multicolored fish. Then, in this little corner of paradise, a picnic on board will be served to you.
Following this relaxation and tasting stop, we will leave for the east of the island with a stop in front of the “sugar loaf” of Fareaatai. It will also be the perfect opportunity for a nap on the trampoline above the blue lagoon.
After a stop at the “bird motu” for a magnificent snorkeling, you will be on your way to the famous Marae de Taputapuatea, an exceptional archaeological site classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2017. Guided tour by the sea or short hike (30 min) through a path set up at the top of its hill.
Discover an incomparable atmosphere with the greatest respect for this sacred place.
Following this cultural stage, you can contemplate the picturesque landscape of Faaroa Bay and, weather permitting, go a little inland along its river.
Go back to the modern times at around 4:30 p.m. at the Uturoa ferry terminal.
Complete tour of the sacred island.
Let yourself be carried away into this unique experience!
- Sailing along the west coast of Raiatea
- Lunch on board and swimming at Motu Nao Nao
- Snorkeling at the Birds motu
- Marae Taputapuatea
- Faaroa River (depending on the weather)
Raiatea, whose emblem is the endemic flower “Tiare Apetahi”, is nicknamed “the sacred island” in reference to the land where the first Polynesians are said to have originated. With its dense vegetation and varied landscapes, this tour of the island offers a true pictorial journey.