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Walk on Matairea archeological site, Maeva, Huahine Nui- Half Day / easy level

A hike accessible to all to discover the archaeological sites of the village of Maeva, the variety of tropical plants along a shaded path and traditional fish traps on Lake Vainui. 


Walk through the lush vegetation to discover several archaeological sites up to the “paepae ofata”, a traditional platform. Admire the superb view of Lake Vainui and then descend to the stone fish traps. It is also on this site that a stele in tribute to the French and Tahitian fighters of the battle that took place in the village of Maeva in 1845.

Practical Info

Inclusions – Guided tour, Transfers to/from tour departure point, snacks (a small sandwich, a fruit per person, water and fruit juice) 

Pick-up / Drop-Off – Reception of all hotels and pensions 

Spoken Languages – English, French 

Child Info – Not recommended to children under 04 years old

Operates everyday; 2Pers. mini – 10Pers. max, (Adults or Children 4-11 yrs.o – Not recommended to children under 4 yrs.o) 

Do Not Forget : Backpack (Sac à dos), Bottle of water (Eau), Camera (Appareil photo), Comfy clothes (Tenue confort), Hat (Chapeau), Hiking shoes (Souliers rando), Suncreen SPF50 (Crème solaire), Sunglasses (Lunettes soleil),

Important Remarks

Itinerary and order of the visited sites may change without prior notice according to weather conditions or other circumstances. Most excursions require healthy conditions. Pregnant women/disabled guests/babies… our services must be notified in advance!

All tours have been regularly tried out in order to give the most accurate information and advice. Each guest should carefully review the tour description to evaluate its own physical limits.

Guests are recommended to wear comfortable appropriate attire including shoes (walking, water or hiking as needed), sun protection (cream, hat, and rash guard), insect repellent, sunglasses, and bring a bottle of water.

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