Adventure travel involves travelling to remote or exotic locations in order to take part in physically challenging outdoor activities.
Want to start whitewater kayaking?
Paddling whitewater is extremely exhilarating and immensely rewarding. Start with some guidance on basic strokes, rolls, rescue procedures and river knowledge. A good grounding in flat water kayaking technique will be a useful start, and you should definitely practice the wet-exit.
Location - Ha'apiti or Amehiti, Mo'orea, French Polynesia Duration - 3-6 hours return depending on route taken Distance - ~7 km return depending on route taken Difficulty - Very strenuous and quite dangerous. No track. Mount Atiati (749 m), also written as Mont Atiati, is located close to the centre
Location - Mo'orea, French Polynesia Mount Mou'apu, also written Moua Pū, is 762 m in elevation and can be recognised by its iconic archway on it's eastern ridge and its pyramid-like shape. The three main ridges leading up to its summit are steep and minor cliffs make the summit unreachable.
Mount Mou'aroa (Shark's Tooth)
Location - Mo'orea, French Polynesia Mo'orea has many iconic peaks and despite the relatively low altitude, the mountains are among the most vegetated and rugged in the world. Due to the loose soil, vegetated natures, and decomposing volcanic rocks, most of the peaks are considered impossible to climb and many
Location - Mo'orea, French Polynesia Mount Tamarutoofa, also written as Tamaru toofa and Tamartoofa, is at an elevation of 916 m and is the Tefeo Valley. It is currently unsummited. Much like the rest of Mo'orea, the mountain is comprised of decomposing igneous volcanic rock and is chossy. The slopes
Hikes on Mo'orea Island, French Polynesia
Location - Mo'orea, French Polynesia Many of the hikes on Mo'orea start in the lush Opunohu Valley where you are surrounded by unique mahogany trees, giant bamboo, and tropical flowers. In the north, Mount Rotui overlooks picturesque Location - Mo'orea, French Polynesia Bay and the settlements around Cook's Bay. Inland,
Mountain Biking Trails on Mo'orea Island, French Polynesia
Location - Mo'orea, French Polynesia There is an extensive trail network on Moorea and modern signposts and markers have been installed in 2016. There is a good map of both cycling and hiking trails on the road to Belvedere Lookout - look for the information post on the side of
What to do on Mo'orea Island, French Polynesia
Location - Mo'orea, French Polynesia Mo'orea, also spelled Moorea, is a South Pacific island that is part of French Polynesia and is often visited by sailboats. It's known for its jagged, volcanic mountains, white sandy beaches, and crystal-clear blue lagoons. In the north, Mount Rotui overlooks the picturesque Ōpūnohu Bay
Adventuring Alone into the Wilderness
Going out alone is truly something special – it always guarantee the best company. We should all experience it at least once in our lives. It can be quite fulfilling and peaceful because when you venture alone, you are doing only what you choose to do, going where you choose to