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The Club Bali Hai Moorea is located on fabulous Cook's Bay with individual bungalow accommodations, many free activities, great food and excursions, excellent snorkeling, beaches, swimming pools and reasonable prices. Internet Specials are available by email request only.

The original hotels were conceived by the well known "Bali Hai Boys" who came to Tahiti a few decades ago from California and built their hotels in a style that they imagined was Tahitian. "The Boys," Kelley, Muk and Jay, have always taken a personal interest in their guests and taken great pride in showing them the truest vision of Moorea and the Polynesian spirit.

They started with the Bali Hai Moorea, where the now famous overwater bungalows were conceived and first constructed by Kelley, a transplanted trial lawyer with a vision of something different. These accommodations, now much-copied, are still unique in the world.

Muk and Jay now happily run their hotel and timeshare resort, The Club Bali Hai, which has bungalows over the water, on the beach, and in their tropical gardens. There is also a restaurant, swimming pool, a full daily activity schedule run by the late Kelley's son, Hiro, through his company, What To Do Moorea. There is also a free Tahitian dance show and several complimentary nighttime activities. Bring your own snorkeling equipment or rent masks and fins at the activities center. Bicycles and cars, through a partnership with Avis, can also be rented quite reasonably.

John Hogan, the former manager of the Bali Hai Moorea, sums up the Club Bali Hai philosophy: "We are here to see that people have a good time with us. Our kids (the staff) are sincerely interested in that. The Tahitians are a wonderful happy people. These islands are incredibly beautiful. What else do we need?"

Join all of us at the Club Bali Hai ... and enjoy a trip to paradise you'll remember forever.

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