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I took a group of people, a few years ago. I went back last year with my family. The place is simple but very nicely situated. The bungalows are nice. Mine was a brand new garden one and the shower room was amazing. Just walk...More
We recently stayed in a local resort on Moorea and were looking for a place with a nice ambiance and good food. We found it here! A free pick up from our resort was a bonus. Because we were there in low season (January) it...More
When I arrived I thought I'd died and gone to heaven, I have no idea why people are so complementary about the place, its a 2* the staff so far very friendly I would recommend this place to anyone, OK the internet is a little...More
We spent 3 nights here with my wife on a 3 week vacation to the French Polynesia, it was our first stop and we were a bit let down because there was no wi-fi in the room (we had a cabin facing the beach), only...More
You get what you pay , anyway the price is reasonable and don't expect 5 star that would be unrealistic , we liked the food , soups are excellent , staff helpful and friendly , however some improvements are warranted , amenities in the room...More
Response from TonySidis | Reviewed this property |
We take the ferry both ways between Papeete and Moorea. There are 2 ferries, the Terevau and the Aremiti, which are both located at the same dock in Papeete, but at neighboring docks on Moorea. The Terevau was the cheaper of... More
We take the ferry both ways between Papeete and Moorea. There are 2 ferries, the Terevau and the Aremiti, which are both located at the same dock in Papeete, but at neighboring docks on Moorea. The Terevau was the cheaper of the 2 last trip.
They both take about half an hour to get from one island to the other, but are much cheaper than inter-island air and you can take more luggage. The airlines are much more strict about luggage weight since the Air Moorea crash back in 2007.
Contact the hotel you will be staying at prior to travelling to see if they have a shuttle that can pick you up and how much it costs if it is not included. If not, the taxi will be the most convenient as well as the more expensive way to go, but as I recall, they charge a flat rate.
There is also the bus (Le Truck), but it is very unpredictable and undependable as far as when it will leave the dock area to go to the hotels as the drivers usually wait until they have a full load. You might end up waiting hours before they go- we sat there for 3 hours the last time we used it and said never again.
We did not use either last few trips as we now always rent a car for a day or two to do our shopping when we first get there and arrange to have them pick us up at the ferry or walk across the road to AVIS. Then we reverse the procedure on the way back, however, we always stay for at least 3 weeks and have our own cooking facilities.
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"more beautiful at night to see the fish, stars, etc"