Parasailing in Bora Bora…

A bird’s eye view of the Blue Lagoon Staying in Bora Bora for several days, I decided to take another view of the island from a different perspective…a little height to discover more closely the famous Otemanu mountain with a height of 2,400 ft. You’d think that the best way to appreciate the beauty of…

Farerei Haga 2014

Tourism days in Rangiroa From September 22 to 27, the Ohotu public beach in Rangiroa will host the “Farerei Haga” festival. This 4th edition of the event is a great celebration for the islands organized by the Tourism committee of Rangiroa. This event has experienced increasing popularity with participation numbering more each year. Rangiroa is…

Hiking the “Te Pari” trail

Part 2 – The Continuation of our Trek Arriving at the refuge at around 2:00pm, we set ourselves up at the refuge. After freshening up from our walk we shed our heavy backpacks and mud covered shoes, and headed straight for a welcome soak in the river. We then set ourselves to slowly organizing the…

Hiking the « Te Pari » trail

Discover the Tahitian Peninsula Arriving at 7:30am at the marina of Teahupoo, we get acquainted with our guide and the rest of the team of 20 “keen trekkers”. The “Te Pari” trail is only accessible by boat. Having met up with our boatman, we set off for a 15 minute boat ride to the start…

Lets take to the skies…

Discover the Pacific islands from the lens of a drone For some years now, photography and cinematography have become leisure activities accessible to all. Indeed, the creation of audiovisual content has become an activity available to everyone thanks to the arrival of technological innovations open to everyone such as the « GoPro » camera. This trend intensified…

Tamanu

The providential tree The Tamanu is a plant indigenous to the Indian Ocean and Southeast Asia region. It is known as « Calophyllum inophyllum » for scientists. For a long time, it was wrongly considered as a plant native to French Polynesia. Nowadays, the Tamanu can be found in all our archipelagos. This tropical tree…