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Playing With Turtles

The World > Pacific Ocean Islands > Polynesia > French Polynesia > Moorea

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The te mana o te moana non-profit association was founded on September 23rd, 2004. Through its research, conservation, communication and educational activities, te mana o te moana strives to protect the marine environment of French Polynesia and to educate the public.  Te mana o te moana association is state-approved and officially recognized by the environmental code.

"Te Mana O Te Moana" means "The Spirit Of Ocean"

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A: Te Mana O Te Moana : The Turtle Nursery

by Gregory Panayotou, 20 meters away

The te mana o te moana non-profit association was founded on September 23rd, 2004. Through its resear...

Te Mana O Te Moana : The Turtle Nursery

B: Overwater Bungalow #525 : The Room

by Gregory Panayotou, 50 meters away

Overwater Bungalow #525 : The Room

C: OverWater bungalow #525 : The BathRoom

by Gregory Panayotou, 50 meters away

OverWater bungalow #525 : The BathRoom

D: Overwater Bungalow #525 : The Deck

by Gregory Panayotou, 50 meters away

Overwater Bungalow #525 : The Deck

E: HoneyMooner Bridge

by Gregory Panayotou, 50 meters away

HoneyMooner Bridge

F: Helipad

by Gregory Panayotou, 70 meters away

Helipad

G: Far Away Garden

by Gregory Panayotou, 110 meters away

Far Away Garden

H: Hélène Spa

by Gregory Panayotou, 130 meters away

Hélène Spa

I: La rivière de bien être

by Gregory Panayotou, 140 meters away

La rivière de bien être

J: Wellness River

by Gregory Panayotou, 150 meters away

Wellness River

This panorama was taken in Moorea

This is an overview of Moorea

Moorea is a high island in French Polynesia, part of the Society Islands, 17 km (roughly 9mi) northwest of Tahiti.

Moorea means "yellow lizard" in Tahitian. An older name for the island is Aimeho, sometimes spelled Aimeo or Eimeo (among other spellings misunderstood by early visitors with no knowledge of the language). Early Western colonists and voyagers also referred to Moorea as York Island.

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