Moorea: Tahitian Feast at the Tiki Village
- 4 Hours
- 4 Hours
- On request
The Tiki Village is a re-created Polynesian village. This picturesque village, nestled by the Lagoon of Haapiti, depicts the "old Tahiti" with its typical pandanus thatched-roof houses. There are several Little Huts where Polynesian women or men demonstrate mat weaving, Tiki carving, flower leis and crowns making, and tattooing. For an entire evening, in a Polynesian Village of Yesterday, enjoy a typical Polynesian buffet featuring many dishes cooked in the traditional ground oven: roasted pig, fish, chicken in Polynesian spinach, bread, fruit, taro, fei, barbecue chicken and beef, and different kinds of salad are available as well. With flowers, coconut palms, and burning torches, the feast decor and atmosphere are recreated just for you. During your meal, enjoy a trio of musicians, then a spectacular dance show that will tell you all about Tahitian legends, all performed in the natural settings of an open air theatre. The highlight of the evening is the fire dancing performed by young native men from Moorea.
Duration: 4 Hours
Departs: 6:30 p.m. - Returns: 10:15 p.m.
Tuesdays & Fridays