Moorea which means ‘Yellow Lizard’ in Tahitian is a triangular island with the northern side punctuated by two large bays – Cooks and Opunohu. Stop at a Pineapple plantation to learn about this famous and most important resource on Moorea. Then, continue to the Belvedere, with a stop at a ‘Marae’ (ancient open air temple) to learn about the ancestral customs. Arrive at the Belvedere area and experience the panoramic views overlooking the Cook and Opunohu Bays and over the Ratui Mountains. Also enjoy a visit to the Agricultural School and discover the variety of local fruits, trees and flowers (operated Monday – Saturday).