The IPFC committee is organizing scientific field trips to Tahiti and neighboring islands on Saturday October 7, 2017. See following propositions. For signing up to these activities, please click on the corresponding button.

Deadline : September 15, 2017


teahupoo - Copie


Moorea - Tiahura & Fareone Islets


Tetiaroa - T. Vignaud

This excursion will lead you to the Peninsula of Tahiti. Welcomed by the Mayor of Teahupoo, famous town of Tahiti Iti, you will discover the multiple landscapes and the amazing lagoon of the small island. You will have the opportunity to learn more about this exceptional site through a presentation of the Teahupoo Rahui, an INTEGRE project currently under process in the area.

Pick-up: At each partner hotel of IPFC
Duration: Full day
Tour Fare: 10 000XPF / per person.

Limited to 80 participants

This excursion will bring you through the magic of the Sister Island. As soon as you arrive in the Vaiare Bay, you discover amazing landscapes. You will have a road trip taking you from the incredible Sofitel point of view to the Cook’s and Opunohu Bays of the Island. After a stop at the Rotui Fruit Juce factory, you will visit the french research center CRIOBE where you will be presented the Resccue program and the marine spatial planning (PGEM) of the island. Then you will discover the lagoon of Moorea, with a boat trip bringing you to the Tiahura Radial, the famous scientific monitored area!

Pick-up: At each partner hotel of IPFC
Duration: Full day
Tour Fare: 10 000XPF / per person

Limited to 80 participants

Detailed schedule here

This excursion will take you to the Marlon Brando’s private atoll aboard a catamaran. “Tetiaroa is a delicate atoll with a rich history and strong spirit. Although once very regal, it offers the most humbling experience in French Polynesia. By hardly leaving a carbon footprint on the earth, this tiny locale will leave a lasting impression on your heart.”

Pick-up: At each partner hotel of IPFC
Duration: Full day
Tour Fare: 17 000XPF / per person

Limited to 54 participants