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Cruises visiting Opunohu & all Opunohu cruises for  2019-2020

Currently we have no major cruise ships visiting Opunohu in the 2019-2021 seasons.

Future sailings will be shown here as they become available, and alternative ports in the region can be viewed at South Pacific Cruises. Please contact one of our cruise specialists today on 1800 121 187 if you require further assistance.

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Opunohu Bay on the north coast of Mo'orea is entered through the fringing reef, and provides anchorage for visiting cruise ships. Mo'orea is Polynesia's second-most popular tourist attraction after Tahiti. Located a mere seven kilometres west of the island of Tahiti, Mo'orea, with its jagged peaks cloaked with lush greenery, its white and black sand beaches that are among the finest in the world, encircled by a lagoon of translucent green, fringed by the deep blue of the ocean and sky is delightful. Then there are the fascinating threads of waterfalls that tumble down fern-softened cliffs, all of which renews ones belief in the majesty of nature. Also included in the magical picture are the simple villages with their delightful pastel-painted houses surrounded by gardens of hibiscus and birds of paradise.

A full range of water sports, from scuba diving and snorkelling – or a ride in a glass-bottomed boat – to kite surfing and jet skiing, are all on offer. Go hiking, climbing, fishing or bicycle riding, or even take a flight tour. Relax at a motu picnic, or enjoy the range of food choices, including ‘Ma'a Tahiti’ the traditional Tahitian meal cooked in an underground oven, at the fascinating restaurants. Also of interest is the Belvedere Lookout from which one can see sacred Mt. Rotui, Cook's Bay, and Opunohu Bay. Along the way be sure to stop at the ruins of an ancient temple.

Other activities on offer include visiting a variety of archaeological sites, Dolphin Quest, and the unique local artists and craftsmen at their art galleries, with their range of black pearls and other jewellery. Allow the welcoming locals help you discover their magnificent land, which is filled with Polynesian history and folk lore. Also of import is Jus De Fruits De Moorea, the pineapple juice factory and distillery with its gift shop, along with its free sample of various liqueurs.