Motu Beach Picnic & Ray Feeding

  • Port

    Bahia d Opunoha, Moorea, French Polynesia

  • Activity Level

    Moderate

  • Excursion Type

    Beach, 20, All

  • Wheelchair Accessible

    NO

  • Cost

    USD USD USD USD

    Price over $151
  • Minimum Age

    Information not currently available.

  • Duration

    Approximately 5 Hours

  • Meals Included

    Yes

Your experience begins when you board a comfortable, covered, motorized boat. You will have the pleasure of admiring the island from the lagoon just as the first explorers did in the 18th century. The old crater of the volcano provides a view to unique and magnificent scenery-sharp peaks and high mountains, green valleys, pineapple plantations and lush forests. As you ride across the turquoise waters of Moorea, the captain will tell you all about the island's legends. You will then arrive at one of the gorgeous, white sandy islets surrounded by crystal clear water, shallow enough to walk right off the boat onto the beach. Swim or snorkel around the turquoise lagoon or simply relax on the beach or in the shade while the local crew prepares lunch. One of the highlights will be when the local guides attract schools of sting rays from the lagoon. You are welcome to join in and play with these gentle sea creatures. In exchange for a piece of fish they will gracefully dance around you. A delicious buffet-style lunch is served, with soft island music in the background. After lunch you will be entertained with more music and a coconut husking demonstration. Transfer by motorized catamaran back to the ship.

Notes:

Wear your swimsuit under your clothing; bring a towel, biodegradable sunscreen and a hat. Expensive jewelry or clothing should not be worn on tour. Camera equipment should be carried with care and appropriate waterproof protection. The boat may be wet; personal belongings should be stored with caution. Participants should know how to swim, be comfortable wearing snorkel gear, and being in deep water as well as coping with occasional currents. Wildlife sightings and the presence of rays are likely but are not guaranteed. For your own safety and to help preserve the environment, when snorkeling, do not touch or step on coral. Mask and snorkel provided.