Whale Watching
From August to November, during their stay in Polynesian waters, come with us to observe with respect these gentle giants: the humpback whales ... and you may have the chance to swim with them.
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Snorkeling Excursion
All year round, nautical excursions to discover the many species of cetaceans, birds, turtles and fishes that inhabit our coastal waters and lagoons ...
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"Apéro sunset" private trip
Enjoy with your sweetheart, your friends or your colleagues a privileged moment on the lagoon of Mara'a where you will appreciate one of the most beautiful sunsets with Moorea in the background. In aperitif mode with musical ambiance...
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Whale watching, scuba diving, snorkeling and boat tour with Mobydick in Tahiti in French Polynesia

Easily accessible from the west coast, 27 km from Papeete, the Aquatika marina offers the possibility of discovering the marine fauna in an uncrowded area of Tahiti Nui, between Paea and the motus of Mataiea. In the company of passionate and experienced guides, come and experience beautiful aquatic adventures, with the peninsula of Tahiti and the sister island of Moorea as a background. Tell us what you want to do: Scuba diving ? Whale watching ? Snorkeling ? Boat trip ? We will try to satisfy them.

Philosophy and approach to cetaceans

French Polynesia, at the heart of the South Pacific Ocean, is renowned for its biological diversity and marine macro-fauna. It welcomes in its waters many species of fish, turtles, birds and marine mammals. In 2002, it was classified as a sanctuary for marine mammals, and all shark species have been protected there since 2012.

The encounter with cetaceans, and  particularly with whales, is done with the greatest gentleness, while respecting the local law.

The exploration area is uncrowded, which allows us to make respectful approaches, the welfare of the animal being one of our priorities.

 

An analysis phase of whale behavior makes it possible to establish a first contact.

If releases are possible, we adopt a passive behavior and we leave the choice to the animal to swim towards us… or not.. Nevertheless, their curiosity is contagious and this approach is often rewarded with great interactions.

Philosophy and approach to cetaceans

French Polynesia, at the heart of the South Pacific Ocean, is renowned for its biological diversity and marine macro-fauna. It welcomes in its waters many species of fish, turtles, birds and marine mammals . In 2002, it was classified as a sanctuary for mammals, and all shark species have been protected there since 2012.

The encounter with animals, particularly with marine mammals is done with the utmost gentleness, in compliance with the code of the local environment. The exploration area is little frequented, which leaves us the leisure to make respectful approaches, the well-being of the animal being one of our priorities.

French Polynesia, at the heart of the South Pacific Ocean, is renowned for its biological diversity and marine macro-fauna. It welcomes in its waters many species of fish, turtles, birds and marine mammals . In 2002, it was classified as a sanctuary for mammals, and all shark species have been protected there since 2012.

Would you like to immerse yourself in the underwater world? Many possibilities are proposed to you: scuba diving, whale watching, snorkeling, boat tours in individual or in private boat… Tell us about your desires, we will try to realize them together. 

Whale
watching

Enjoy humpback whales between Paea and Mataiea from August to November.

2 RDV (semaine) : 7.30am or 12pm
3 RDV (weekend) : 7am/11am/15pm
Duration : 3 to 4 h

Scuba
Diving

First dive, training, exploration... Discover magnificent drop offs off Paea.

Meeting : 8am or 1pm

Snorkling
excursion

Go on a nautical excursion to discover wildlife all year round.


Meeting : 8.30 am or 1 pm
Duration : 3 h

Sunset
tour

Enjoy the magnificent sunsets of the west coast, overlooking Moorea.

Meeting : 4 pm
Duration : 2h
Equipe Mobydick Tahiti : Isabelle
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Guide Mobydick

Isabelle, sports educator specializing in scuba diving since 2010, will accompany you during your outings. A naturalist guide for cetacean observation since 2013, she has extensive experience in approaching marine mammals. She has worked for various whale-watching providers and research associations in French Polynesia and Reunion. She will also guide you in snorkeling to discover the richness of our lagoons and our reefs and will help you recognize the species encountered. She will be accompanied by an experienced pilot or a naturalist guide you may already know : Jordan, Amandine, Lili…

The boat “STENELLA”

For your comfort, Mobydick has built a 28-foot boat “made in fenua” protected by a cover and motorized with a 250 ch engine. It accepts a maximum of 12 passengers.  

It is named after Stenella, which is the genus of the scientific name for spinner (Stenella longirostris) and spotted dolphins (Stenella atenuata).

Bateau Stenella
Raie pastenague dans le lagon de Paea

Equipment

If you do not have your own equipment, Mobydick will provide you with your snorkeling or scuba diving CRESSI brand equipment. The equipment is disinfected after each tour.

Aquatika Marina

The small marina of Pahiarepo (Aquatika) is located on the west coast of Tahiti, pk 26.7 at the end of Paea, just before the Mara’a caves. It is a small marina managed by fishermen. Few spaces are provided for cars, but on weekends, you can park in front of the entrance on the mountain side. 

There is no room or toilet available, we embark directly on the boat.

NO PICK-UP.