Spread over 30 hectares, the farm operated by the Institute for Agricultural Studies grants visitors access to its fields where they can discover a part of the beautiful Opunohu Valley that is under cultivation. A nature trail has been in existence since 2006/2007 with interpretive signage describing the different species encountered along the trail. For more information, contact the Agricultural Institute's sales pavilion.
In the middle of the Vaiane Valley, La Maison de la Nature guest house and holiday centre has laid out a marked nature trail that leads up to Three Coconuts Pass. Children on holiday at the centre contributed to the design of the trail by making more than a hundred signs with the names of the plant species found along the route.
The trail to Three Coconuts Pass begins at the trailhead at La Maison de la Nature and it is open daily. There is no admission fee.
Overlooking Opunohu Bay, this oasis of greenery holds an enormous variety of fruit trees and flowers as well as a vanilla plantation. The faré sales pavilion has more than 30 varieties of jams prepared from local fruits and fresh juice. This Eden-like garden has become an essential stopping place for people touring the island of Moorea.
Open Monday through Saturday. Closed Sunday.