Moorea Tiki Tour

Ia ora na e maeva i Moorea


7 days a week
9 am to 3 pm


in the island of MOOREA

Located opposite TAHITI, MOOREA is an island of French Polynesia which is part of the Windward Islands in the Society Archipelago, located in the South Pacific Ocean.

MOOREA TIKI TOUR welcomes you for a day to discover the lagoon, the nature, the underwater fauna and the true Polynesian culture of the Sister Island of Tahiti.

MOOREA TIKI TOUR is the history of Moorea, from its roots to today, in a friendly and family spirit that we will share together in small groups of no more than 12 people.

Whales Excursion

Land and Sea Excursion

100% Lagoon Excursion

Private and Tailored Tour

Visit of a Cultural Center


Price list

Full day from 9 am to 3 pm


108 €

(12 500 XPF)

Children from 3 to 12 years old

50 €

(6 000 XPF)

* 3 years old and under board for FREE

Private tour from

500 €

(60 000 XPF)

Who we are

MOOREA TIKI TOUR is a commercial sign of the EURL MOOZ BY BOAT. Its goal is to make you discover the beauty of the landscape of the island of Moorea, its lagoon and also a tiny part of the customs of the Polynesian people and more particularly of these inhabitants.

The cultural tour Land and Sea became possible thanks to the partnership with the cultural association TE PU ATITI’A which opens the doors of a huge and green cultural center. This private park belongs to the Richard Gump Foundation of the University of Berkeley.

The captain’s journal

The stonefish

The stonefish

The stonefish, "Nohu" in Tahitian Belonging to the Scorpaenidae family, the stonefish is quite simply the most venomous fish in the world and one of the most dangerous. Its body, devoid of scales, flaccid and bloated, perfectly imitates the stones that constitute its...

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CAP on Moorea

CAP on Moorea

It is when you leave MOOREA that you will understand that you are leaving behind one of the most beautiful places on the planet. Magnificent, majestic, extraordinary and many other superlatives but inevitably, already a desire to return. Located in French Polynesia;...

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Why Tiki?

Why Tiki?

What is a Tiki? This is both a simple and a very complicated question. simple Everyone has seen the image of these statues with a threatening look, often with a stocky body and big eyes. Its graphic representation is used in all its forms whether it is advertising,...

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