Moorea Sights

Tiki Village

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Published 03/29/2016

Fodor's 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.

Sight Information


PK 30 counterclockwise, Coastal road, Moorea, Windward Islands, French Polynesia



Sight Details:

  • Daytime village tour 2,500 CFP; night performance and dinner 8,700 CFP; show only 4,400 CFP
  • Tues.–Sat. 11am–3pm; Tues.–Wed. and Fri.–Sat. dinner 7pm, show 8:45pm

Published 03/29/2016


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