Mt. Rotui Between Two Bays
Panorama composed of seven images
|Cook's Bay||Kayaking in Moorea #1||Moorea Island at Sunset|
A close neighbor of Tahiti, the Moorea Island is a peaceful place with a relatively small population. Palm-thatched huts can still be found and outrigger canoes can be spotted along the shore. A road winds lazily around the island and there is always a sailboat anchored in a calm, peaceful bay. By many visitors, Moorea is considered to be a dream destination or even a tropical paradise.
Panorama composed of three images
|Kayaking in Moorea #2||Sailboat at Anchor|
" Toward night we opened the NW point and discovered the island named by Dolphin's people, York and called by the natives Eimayo."
Sydney Parkinson about the island of Moorea, 1769
|Mt. Tohiea||Palm Tree by the Water||Moorea Dusk|
|Church with a View||Church at Haapiti||Palm Tree Grove|
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