Aerial view of the lagoon and motu of Moorea - Tahiti TourismeAerial view of the lagoon and motu of Moorea - Tahiti Tourisme
©Aerial view of the lagoon and motu of Moorea - Tahiti Tourisme|Stéphane Mailion Photography
The sister island


From the mountain to the sea
25 min to 45 min by ferry from Tahiti
Afareaitu administrative center
Surface area 133.50 km²
18 000 inhabitants

As a tourist destination, Tahiti’s little sister, the island of Moorea, has almost as much to offer as her larger and more famous sibling. Nautical activities, luxuriant and easily accessible mountains, archeological remains, motu, bars and restaurants. “Moz”, as it is affectionately known, is the favorite weekend break for residents of Tahiti.


The charm of the islands

To appreciate the true charm of Moorea, take to the road. Drive around  ‘Opunohu bay and Cook bay, then go up through the pineapple fields towards the belvédère (scenic lookout point). Then pass through the forests of mape (Tahitian chestnut tree) and admire the montagne percée (pierced mountain).

Stop off at some of the small tourist boutiques and take a break in one of the many cafés and restaurants.

And of course, there’s the lagoon with its multitude of activities. Like the residents of Tahiti, you’re going to love Moorea!

Different means of transport

Getting to Moorea


   Charter plane

    Sailboat cruise

   Passenger ferry


The different means of transport

The choice is yours

Activity options