Moorea Island, French Polynesia

The ecosystem of the world's largest coral reef is actually made up of 3,000 individual reefs. Moorea Island is a great destination for divers, diving, snorkeling, and scuba divers who want to meet face to face with a variety of representatives of fauna, rapidly moving among the corals. Non-swimmers, tourists can enjoy the same parade of amazing creatures in a glass bottom boat. Formed at a time when half the cast of the volcano collapsed in the green-blue sea, Moorea is an incredibly charming island that is considered to be a true paradise.

Places of interest in Moorea Island