Is anyone up for some Langouste? These warm-water clawless lobsters hang out on the back side of Motu Teta’s reef. At Motu Teta we offer a Langouste hunting excursion. The excursion takes place during the night when the Langouste’s make their appearance on the shallow ocean reef. If you’re lucky enough to catch some of these guys, Celine will prepare a lovely dish the following evening. Don’t worry, our island guide will escort your excursion and help you make your catch!
The sweet Tiare flower — a type of Gardenia — is native to, and the emblem of, Tahiti. These flowers have unique representation in the Tahitian culture, where young women tuck the fragrant white blossom behind their ear… with relationship symbolism attached to which ear it is placed behind, and what direction it faces. You will surely receive one of these beautiful white flowers at some point during your travels throughout Tahiti!
With strong Tahitian sun, it’s easy to get sunburns. We want all our guests to take extra precautions to make sure they don’t end up with a nasty burn. A bad burn can really spoil a perfect trip. Here are some great sun hats for our Motu Teta lady guests! Enjoy!
At an all exclusive resort like Motu Teta, one of the benefits is that even the drinks are provided! This means that at your request you are able to order from an array of different tropical drinks! A common tropical vacation favorite has always been the Pina Colada, a sweet, rum-based cocktail made with rum, coconut cream, and pineapple juice! Why wait until you’ve reached Motu Teta? Make one at home! Here’s a great video recipe: http://www.foodnetwork.com/pina-colada/video/index.html