My sister and her family visited us in Tahiti. There is a lot to do here with kids. We surfed, went to local markets and ate at the roulettes. We enjoyed watching the lane changer. We snorkeled, scuba dove & wet on a inland island safari into “Jurassic Park” where we saw high water falls, the volcano crater, lakes with eels and swam in the river.
Their son ran with us at 5 am through the cacophony of roosters crowing. We swam in our pool, had drinks watching the sunset over Moorea and rode the waves in the ocean on the black sand beaches. We boogy boarded at Point Venus and visited the cultural museum.
We took the ferry to Moorea with our car and stayed in an over water bungalow on a turquoise lagoon. It rained, but not all the time. Their 10 year old loved jumping off the porch into the sea to snorkel. We swam with dolphins, saw the turtles in the sanctuary, swam and petted the sting rays, swam with black tip sharks and snorkeled off a motu. (small off shore island). We saw an albatross circle over head and saw picasso fish, zebra fish, barracuda and hundreds of other fish under water. We kayaked around the lagoon. We went to the view point and saw Marea, a archeological ruin of an old village and temple.
It was a great week- lots of fun!