Rurutu, is an island that boasts the highest concentration of whales, which attracts tourist attention of tourists who come to watch this show animal. In addition to this attractive, Rurutu features waterfalls, caves, valleys and beaches to enjoy a dream destination magnificent. Island lies on the southern region of French Polynesia, more than 500 km from Tahiti. This site charmed by the landscape of natural flora and fauna, is protected by a barrier aquifer which will preserve the animal life of whales, the main tourist attraction. There are fewer than 3,000,000 inhabitants, concentrating their forces in the production of various areas because of the abundance of food resources, plantation and tourism. Around Rurutu have created many legends and myths, which remain among the natives of this land. The spectacle of whales occurs in the months from July to October, when mothers nurse their young, while males accompany the scene, swimming to shore. The cuisine of Tahiti, is based on Japanese and Chinese influence, emphasizing seafood dishes.
In addition, the most recognized are the Ahimaa (suckling pig which is accompanied by fish, vegetable or fruit), Tama'ara'a (oven cooking in the floor), chicken, steamed fish, vegetables from the region : a variety of fresh fruits and natural ingredients that area and used in various avocado, and coconut milk. Among the typical drinks and drinks, those who stand out are based on the pineapple, coconut and banana., Representing cocktails called Maitai, Pina Lagoon, and Banana Maeva coalition. Evening activities are not developed within the island, due to its general shape, however, in the town of Papeete, northwest of the island, can live the move represented by bars, pubs and local clubs. Bars, pubs and nightclubs are concentrated in the iconic boulevard of the town in Bv. Pomare.
The activities and sites to learn of the island and Area are: They can start the day, choosing Toataratata beach, clear water and exotic that the island offers, visit the caves that surround the area, photographing the whales or walking through the valley. Also associated with aquatic adventures and those who are brave, you should go as far Anaaro area, Moerai Bay, containing his credit, an observatory of whales, where it is possible to swim and maintain direct contact with the them. And to complete the trip, nothing like stepping into the Ana A'eo cave, consisting of woodlands and irregular columns, and arrived near Moerai asphalt. Rodolfo Lima specialist.