Tahiti.tv news : tourism on the island of Taha'a

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Tahiti.tv news : activité touristique sur l’île de Taha’a

Sabrina Laughlin : We have a family activity, to the base, it is a pearl farm, it will be twenty years we are in pearl production. So fifteen years ago we opened the business visitors, they demonstrated complete production of the bead. Sure, they sell products on site that we leave the water, So pearls mounted or raw, such as I have here, beautiful beads Taha'a ... We also activities, of boating excursions. We made island tours by boat or mini van. It also opened a few months ago a restaurant ...

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La raie manta en française Polynésie

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La raie manta en Polynésie française

The manta ray is a giant of the seas. Weighing up 3 tonnes, it is among the largest fish today with the whale shark and the basking shark. It is a pelagic fish, that is to say it is closer infrequently underwater and it does not depend on them to live. Indeed, the body shape is suitable for swimming almost permanent. Their wings are actually developed hyper fins that allow it to move. Manta rays are even capable of jumping : They can perform spectacular jumps several meters hauteur.Ces jumps serve to ...

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Land of Water : the manta Polynesia

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Histoire d’eau : la raie manta en Polynésie

The manta ray is one of the biggest fish in the waters of Polynesian. Despite its impressive appearance, particularly due to its two horns around the head, it is completely harmless, Only experienced divers can however meet because she lives in the open ocean. Also known as "sea devil" manta ray is a cartilaginous fish of the family Myliobatidae. It takes its name from the Spanish word meaning Manta "cover". This is the largest of the lines - more than 500 species -, sometimes reaching up to six meters wide and two tons ....

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Scuba diving : Diving in French Polynesia, # 2

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Plongée sous-marine : Plonger en Polynésie française, n°2

French Polynesia, many sites offer scuba diving: Tahiti (Papeete), Moorea, Bora Bora, Tikehau, Fakarava, Manihi, Rangiroa, …). Benches light poles in the open ocean sun never cease to amaze, while many other small fish use the coral as refuge, and it will flush them out so that they can approach. Sometimes you have to be guided by the banks of parrots that will lead to the discovery of the sleeper shark, quietly lying on the sand the ocean. It crosses in Polynesian waters often large Napoleons, that local divers, faithful ...

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Diving in pictures

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Plongée sous-marine tout en images

Clownfish, sole, turtle, manta, shark, napoleon… between lagoon and ocean, we encounter many species of fish, living in Polynesian waters. Often curious nature, they come willingly divers or are offended in any way by their presence. This is a medley of species that pass before our eyes, sometimes in groups, sometimes lonely… Some, more adventurous than others, come willingly swim, or dancing, Cam. Meetings, whatever waters of archipelagos, always marvel diver. ...

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How to say BATHING in reo Tahiti

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Apprendre à dire SE BAIGNER en reo Tahiti

Swim : Hop, "h" and increased. It is also said hapu. By extension hopu pope i mean you wash, shower. From his first trip, Captain Cook pays tribute to the cleanliness of Polynesians who do not dress as they do not take a bath. Hopu also means dive, like the pearl or clams. Polynesians, especially Rapas and Paumotus were known and recruited by the first ship chartered for the pearl or pearl divers as excellent. My youngest fishing clams : you hopu ra i te to'u teina pahua. Gonna shower, it's late : to you i haere to hopu pape, among others ...

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