Touristic activities on the island:

Sports: hiking, horseback-riding, golf, tennis, billiards, body-building, Hobie cats, surfing, ocean fishing, wake-boarding, diving, kite-surfing (classes and rental of equipment), para-sailing;

Other leisure: guided tours of inland Moorea, on the sea (whales, dolphins, rays, sharks, turtles), car rental with driver, glass-bottom boat ride on the lagoon, Tahitian dance classes, picnic on an islet, jet-ski, speed-boat, snorkel under water and get filmed (DVD), fligh over the island with a helicopter, guided visits of Tahiti, trip to the islands by plane/boat/private yacht/cruiser.

Night-time leisure: night-clubbing (Friday night only), going out for a Tahitian danse show, restaurants with musical entertainment.

The golf of Tema’e, the Moorea Green Pearl Golf Course is a Nicklaus Design 18-hole championship course. From the five holes on the mountain side, one can see Tahiti to the North-East, another 11 holes surround the lake of Tema’e, and 2 holes are on the islet of Tema’e, on the seaside.

The long thatched roof club house, with a bar and restaurant, is installed between the natural lake and one of the artificial lakes designated as the over water driving range.

Since smooth hills of lawn fringed with flowers have replaced the pürau forest and swamps, to the benefit of the villagers, nono (biting insects) have disappeared. A wonderful mountain spring provides enough water for the lawn and supplies the inhabitants (Therefore, tap water is very good in Maharepa).

Your regular rhythm of life, especially if it is speedy and stressful, will be appeased by that of the island and the people. You could let yourself go to the serenity of the islands, go swim in the sea, borrow a book from the bookshelves of the living room, relax, do nothing! In the morning, you can go walking to the “Chinese” (grocery store), incognito if you are famous, and cross the Tahitians of the village who are also going there by foot, bicycle or car.