Linareva

Address: Haapiti, Moorea, Society Islands, 98729, French Polynesia | Inn
 
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Location

This inn, located on Haapiti, Moorea, is near Tiki Village Cultural Centre, Eva Perles Pearl Buying, Temae Beach, and Circle Island Tour.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Linareva Moorea

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Moorea

Tahiti

A travel blog entry by charli9988 on Jun 01, 2015

... ago if you'd of said to me I'd have a rat running across me whilst I slept. I'd of told you no frigging way would I stay somewhere that was so disgusting and I would of screamed, kicked up a fuss and left there and then. The reality is somewhat different. We've already moved to a different set of villas, there's nothing else we can afford on the island so we've exhausted all our options there, it was the middle of the night and pitch black, to us Brits it is not acceptable ...

Magnificent Moorea

A travel blog entry by holidayroads on Apr 30, 2015

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This was our 2nd Tahitian island visit and I think our favourite so far. Moorea is a high island in French Polynesia situated approx. 17kms northwest of Tahiti and means 'Yellow Lizard'. Moorea is about 10 miles in width from the West to the East and has one road that goes around the island. We opted for a bus tour on this island which took us to the Belvedere ...

MISTY MOOREA

A travel blog entry by mek1 on Jan 25, 2015

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MOOREA JANUARY 25, 2015

Today we are in Moorea. It is an interesting day in that you can not even see the island from our balcony. More is the only other major island in the Windward Group of the Society Islands besides Tahiti. It is located on 12 miles west of Tahiti. The native population arrived from islands west of Moorea and Southeast Asia about 1000 years ago. The first European settlers ...

Living in Paradise - French Polynesia: Diving

A travel blog entry by sharissajj on Nov 11, 2014

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... for the entire dive. With it being a very quick drift dive, to the point where most people had to quickly grab a piece of rock in order to stop to check something out, it made it very hard to pull the mask off to clear it!!! I basically hung on to Erich for dear life in order to not get lost along the current at some points! (Note: I have NEVER forgotten to spit in my mask again!!!) After the school of rays, we were lucky enough to find a white tipped reef shark hanging out in ...

3rd Stop - Moorea

A travel blog entry by pmnoyes on Sep 11, 2014

... in color, they swam in schools (if that’s the proper term) of 6 to 20. Some small (maybe 2-3 feet in length), most of a medium size (4-6 feet), and a few large ones maybe 8 feet or more. Round and round in circles. Unnerving at first, but because they never intruded, it soon became ...