Moorea Sights


Tiki Village

Tiki Village Review

This replica of a traditional Polynesian village, a few miles south of Hauru Point, has been drawing visitors for 14 years. By day there are fishing and pearl-collecting demonstrations, and artisans are at work weaving, carving stone, painting, and tattooing. At night 60 performers put on a spectacular show complete with grass skirts and fire dancing. The audience gets a lesson in pareo (sarong) tying and hip swinging. If you don't want to be dragged up on stage, don't sit in the front. If you buy a ticket to the nightly show, you receive a free day pass to the village. The village is also well known for its Polynesian wedding ceremonies, which must be booked well in advance.

    Contact Information

  • Address: PK 30 counterclockwise, Coastal road, Moorea
  • Phone: /55–02–50
  • Cost: Daytime village tour 2,500 CFP; night performance and dinner 8,700 CFP; show only 4,400 CFP
  • Hours: Tues.–Sat. 11am–3pm; Tues.–Wed. and Fri.–Sat. dinner 7pm, show 8:45pm
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  • Location: West Coast
Updated: 06-22-2011

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