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Lagoonarium, Moorea

Categories: Zoos & Aquariums, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.1/5 based on 700+ reviews on the web
Swim with rays, sharks, and tropical fish at Lagoonarium, a protected underwater environment off the coast of Moorea. Take a three-minute boat trip out to the reserve before plunging beneath the waters to inspect the marine life so abundant in French Polynesia. An untouched coral garden provides the backdrop for your views, and the helpful and friendly staff remain on hand to inform, entertain, and assist you during your experience. Bring your own snorkeling gear, or rent what you need. An onsite cafe serves food, although you are also welcome to bring your own picnic. Lagoonarium is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our international travel planner, Moorea Edition.
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  • It's simple, they put you in a pool, there is a photographer, a guide that explains the anatomy of a dolphin, you ask with the dolphin, the photographer takes your picture, you possibly do a few aisles and came on 4 or m with the dolphin and especially, you don't make photos you even. You the purchased the photographer. It is better to stay on the bridge, and listen to the comments of the guide.
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  • Great little activity with lots of kind of fish (stripe... black tip shark) can eat on-site, taking its nique peak and spend a good afternoon on moorea
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  • Stopped at the Lagoonarium for a couple hours on an island bike ride this week- they have little huts to use for the day, coffee and tea and a restroom for guests use. Snorkeling around reef was very ...  read more »
  • Took the ferry from tahiti to moorea to explore this site. This is a fair place to snorkel. It is an area roped off with several lines and floats to stay between. The current was so strong that we had to hold onto the ropes continuously. Water was quite stirred up; however did see variety of fish. Nice accommodations of a beach hut and chairs. We brought a picnic lunch; however, there is a small cafe on the island. Admission costs: about $35. Taxi to get to lagoonarium from ferry $15. Ferry from papeete, tahiti: $30. These costs are approximate as converted from local currency. Must use local payment for admission to lagoonarium. Staff transported back to ferry which was about 5 miles. Hint: try to make arrangements with staff at lagoonarium to pick up at ferry. The moorea lagoonarium was not worth the trip from tahiti.
  • It's closed permanently. The owner confirmed it to me today. They need to do alot of renovation in order to reopen.
  • Typical and authentic. Absolutely do.
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  • lagoonarium closed, indeterminate.
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  • Nice
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