Fare Aute

Address: Atiha, Moorea, Society Islands, 98728 , French Polynesia | Hotel
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      Travel Blogs from Moorea

      Ooh la la - tropical France!

      A travel blog entry by redwatt on Nov 02, 2014

      9 photos

      ... weather! The cocktails are awesome, and half price for one and a half hours every night! The staff here speak Polynesian as well as French and English After 2pm we got the key to our bungalow and unpacked, got ourselves organised and had a nap, waking up somewhat later in the afternoon and sitting outside looking at the pretty fish in our lagoon. Dinner tonight was a buffet, being Sunday there was no a la carte, but the options ...

      Living in Paradise - French Polynesia: Hikes

      A travel blog entry by sharissajj on Sep 22, 2014

      28 photos

      ... ended up walking onto a property of some sort of summer camp, we could hear all the kids laughing and screaming in this brightly colored house, guarded by an old grumpy golden lab. What a place to be sent to for the summer! By this time we were no longer under the protection of the forest, and with the sun beating down on our back we picked up our speed (which at this point wasn't very fast either way) in order to get to the main road, to get a ride, to get back into ...

      3rd Stop - Moorea

      A travel blog entry by pmnoyes on Sep 11, 2014

      ... from the ship to the island. Even more interesting — Moo’rea doesn’t have tender vessels. The Carnival Legend had to launch their lifeboats for us instead. This actually provided a two-fold advantage. Not only did Carnival get to test out four of their lifeboats for ...

      2nd Stop - Papeete, Tahiti

      A travel blog entry by pmnoyes on Sep 10, 2014

      ... ash. It also means most of the islands have a natural coral reef barrier all the way, or at least partially, around the island. This allows the sea surge to break a distance from the island proper, which protects the inhabitants and built up areas along the shore. ...


      A travel blog entry by moleandplace on Aug 19, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... reef surrounds most of the island and there are resorts over the ocean. The water is so clear.

      First stop we anchor in a sandy area close to the coast in about three to four feet of water. Next thing we’re in the water (the “we” excludes Place) with heaps of reef sharks and manta rays. They just swim right up to you and let you touch and feed them. The manta rays feel really soft like velvet. ...