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Jus de Fruits de Moorea

#52 of 114 Tours in Moorea
Moorea, French Polynesia
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Moorea 4x4 Safari Tour

Discover the history and culture of Moorea on this 4x4 tour of the South Pacific island. Visit gorgeous Cook's Bay as well as a vanilla plantation that overlooks Opunohu Bay. Taste homemade jams and take in views of Magic Mountain. Plus get the chance to try the island’s fruity liquors.
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3 hours 30 minutes
from $53.49

Moorea food tour (Tama'a street food tour)

Step into the slippers of a local  as we snack our way around Moorea with your local guide Heimata who was born and raised on Moorea.  Tama'a means to eat in Tahitian and we will be doing just that as you and your taste buds discover Moorea.

During your food tour you will taste and visit authentic local finds that will offer unique flavors where locals like to eat.  The food in Tahiti consists of three cultures, Tahitian, Chinese, and French.  On the Tama'a street food tour we will seek out hidden food gems from all three backgrounds.  

Guest will experience 6-8 tastings, depending on season and availability.  The tour will take between 4-5 hours.

We will also stop at some breathtaking sites, and get a little cultural history of the island.  

Come join us for a unique Moorea experience with Moorea Food adventures, and learn about the Moorea culinary scene.
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4 to 5 hours
from $134.62

Small Quad Tour 2h30 Quad excursion in Moorea (single or two-seater)

Experience a pure moment of escape in the heart of Moorea. Lovers of biodiversity and nature, this activity is for you.

During this excursion, discover our beautiful island and its legends.
Take to the heights at "Belvèdere" and enjoy its breathtaking view of Cook and Opunohu bays.
Then take advantage of a stop at the Lycée Agricole for a tasting of homemade jams and local fruit juices.
Continue this walk along the many paths in the valley, cross the agricultural plantations and the Pineapple fields.
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2 hours 45 minutes
from $107.98
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Laurie L wrote a review Nov 2020
Plymouth, Minnesota519 contributions168 helpful votes
The tour of the factory is in a different building then the store/tasting. It had a few posters in English detailing out their process for making juice. They still had the tastings in the gift shop & we were the only ones present at the time which was nice. The tasting was 5 alcohols and a juice (one Tahiti Drink mixer, pineapple rum, Magnolia rum, white rum, coconut liquor – like Bailey’s and pineapple juice). We were able to try the vanilla rum but it’s not in the normal tasting so you have to ask. Our biggest disappointment was that they didn’t have any Tahiti drink merchandise. We’d been drinking it during our whole two week trip & wanted to buy a t-shirt or magnet but they didn’t carry either. That’s such a miss!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Kathy H wrote a review Oct 2020
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We enjoyed the tastings at the store front, and could not resist buying some pineapple wine for ourselves. I would recommend a stop for anyone just to buy some pineapple wine. When we went, the production plant wasn't actively running, but the self-guided tour was very informative. The fruit juice can be found all over the island at grocery stores, so it was cool to see where it was produced. It's an interesting factory, but I would say this is a stopover on the way to another destination. I don't think you would need more than an hour here.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Veronique D wrote a review Oct 2020
Grand Baie, Riviere du Rempart, Mauritius15 contributions2 helpful votes
The juice factory and its boutique are a must see during your stay in Moorea. A self-guided tour in the factory allows you to learn on the local production of the famous pineapple juice, wine and liquor, then you visit the shop where a very friendly staff offers a tasting of their products that can also be purchased on site.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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The World is My Oyster wrote a review Aug 2020
Orlando, Florida18,679 contributions5,737 helpful votes
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I really have no idea why this place isn't ranked higher on TripAdvisor. While on our buggy tour of Moorea, we decided to go check this place out, and we're so glad we did. Our bartender/server Maoli was so joyful and full of life. He gave us so many different samples of the juices and alcoholic beverages they offer for sale there. We really liked most of them, as everything was so refreshing and delicious! I highly recommend going there and sample their awesome products! Oh, and Maoli is the best, and what a fun guy!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Jason G wrote a review Sep 2019
Baltimore, Maryland637 contributions359 helpful votes
A bunch of the tours on the island seem to stop here, but you can certainly visit on your own. You'll see their products all over French Polynesia, but this is your one stop for everything. The prices are also better here, so if you have the space in your suitcase, this is the place to load up. They have an interesting array of tropical beverages, both adult and kid-friendly, so there's plenty to choose from. Some of their products even come in aluminum bottles which is certainly nice for transporting. Gift shop also has some other Polynesian souvenirs. Factory tour is self guided with signs to explain what's happening. Overall, a really fun place.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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