Bungalows off of Moorea


Only about 9 miles / 17 kilometers northwest of Tahiti lies an island jewel with a sustained natural beauty that radiates tranquility putting its visitors into a trance of contentment. Jagged mountains and volcanic spires rise from multi-hued lagoons surrounding the island. Stunning white and black sand beaches transform into mountain slopes covered in lush rain forests and pineapple plantations. The island’s amazing scenery coupled with numerous options for entertainment has made Moorea popular as a honeymoon destination. Moorea’s beauty inspires romance. Honeymooners love staying in one of Moorea’s 750 garden, beach or overwater bungalows.

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There is no town to speak of on Moorea, but there is plenty to do. Horseback ride down a pristine beach. Go whale and dolphin watching. Hike to hidden waterfalls. Go deep sea fishing, motor boat cruising, sailing, scuba diving or snorkeling. Shop for local crafts and black pearls. Circle the island by car, scooter or bicycle and stop at its small picturesque villages and tranquil beaches. Wrap your body in a colorful pareo. Put a fragrant blossom behind your ear. Learn to dance the tamure. Sleep in a palm-thatched hut. Don’t forget to head out to the Belvedere Lookout at sunrise to experience one of the most spectacular views in the world with the love of your life on your honeymoon.
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Moorea Reviews
by Cynthia Amin last updated on 10/05/2010
The center of the universe for romance - The best all inclusive honeymoons - Tahiti, Bora Bora, Moorea and the South Pacific Islands are considered some of the top honeymoon destinations in the world. You can have your very own overwater bungalow, experience...
Heaven on Earth
by Nancy Dinsdale last updated on 07/25/2008
Moorea is a perfect place to stroll hand in hand with your new partner in life. With its miles of beaches, hiking for true nature lovers, and crystal clear waters just waiting to be explored - whether you are a snorkeler, scuba diver, or deep sea fisherman...