Excursions & Prices
To inquire or to reserve, do not hesitate to contact us by filling out the form on the "Reservations" page:
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(Please inform us about: Date of the excursion + Number of people + place of accommodation + do you have a vehicle? + Last name & First name)
We do not have a sales room.
We pick you up by boat from Tiahura public beach in Hauru Public Park,
in front of the Haapiti pharmacy (Petit Village).
Discovery of humpback whales
(from July to November)
The outing begins with a stop and launch in the lagoon with black tip sharks and stingrays (we do not feed). We continue at sea in search of then the observation of dolphins and whales. Possible launch depending on weather conditions and especially the behavior of cetaceans.
On board biscuits, water and fruit juices are at your disposal. We can provide you with life jacket, fins, masks and snorkels.
Think about your towels, sunscreens, and a change of clothes or rain gear. The weather at sea is very changeable (wind and spray).
* Due to the Covid19 crisis, it is preferable to have your own equipment, snacks and drinks.
In the morning from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
afternoon from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
10,000 XPF / pers
(84 € / 100 $)
We have 2 boats:
7 guests max + 1 guide + 1 captain
12 guests max + 1 guide + 1 captain
* Cetaceans are wild animals, during the research phase, their observation or launching is not 100% guaranteed as well as the good weather!
To know :
On board, you are accompanied by an experienced captain and guide trained in first aid at sea.
The distance of whale watching with a boat in French Polynesia is 100m. This means that you have to know how to swim a distance of a hundred meters to approach the whale in snorkeling (at 30m). We must also take into account the sea depths which can reach 2,500m between Tahiti and Moorea.
To swim in the high seas, we prohibit the use of snorkeling face masks (or “Teletubbies” 😊 mask). After a long, breathless swim the person no longer receives enough oxygen and ends up suffocating.
This type of mask is strongly discouraged for physical efforts.
Traditional masks and snorkels are the right equipment.
Lagoon tours à la carte
Snorkeling and dolphin watching
(Out of season for whales)
The order of the stops could be modified and we adapt the program according to your wishes.
We will start with a stop on the sandbank where you can swim safely with Pointe Noire sharks and Stingrays (we do not feed).
Along the way, on the side of the passes, we will go in search of and observation of dolphins which often offer us a nice aquatic broom.
The walk also invites you to contemplate the rugged reliefs of the island and the exceptional blue of the lagoon.
We will continue, then, towards the coral garden, for a snorkeling between the two Motu, teeming with underwater life and teeming with multicolored fish.
And finally, we will stop in an area where turtles are used to rest. You will be able to evolve in the water at their side, it's worth a look.
On board, cookies, water and fruit juices are at your disposal. We can provide you with life jacket, fins, masks and snorkels (You will need to tell us your sizes)
Think about your towels, sunscreens, and a change of clothes or rain gear. The weather can be changeable (wind and spray).
* Although we have what is needed, due to the Covid19 crisis and for health reasons, it is preferable to have your own equipment, snacks and drinks.
In the morning from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Afternoons from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Private boat 1:
7 people maximum
40,000 XPF (335 € / 397 $)
Private boat 2:
12 people maximum
65,000 XPF (545 € / 645 $)
We do not do individual off-season pricing for whales
A la carte excursion according to your wishes
* This excursion is not practiced from July to November
If you are prone to seasickness we advise you to consult your doctor or pharmacist who will prescribe the appropriate medication for seasickness to take 30 minutes before boarding.
What to bring ...
Bath towel, swimsuit ...
Protection against the sun: sun cream (preferably biodegradable), sunglasses, cap, lycra ...
For the more cautious: spare or rain clothes, overalls. The weather at sea is very changeable (wind and spray).
Due to the Covid19 crisis, it is best to take your equipment, drinks and snacks with you. We always have water on board if needed and equipment available.