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Capitale de la Polynésie française, Papeete est une jolie ville de marchés animés, d'architecture coloniale, et de superbes paysages côtiers. Lors de cette excursion, parcourez la ville en petit train touristique confortable pour admirer les sites d'intérêt. Profitez de commentaires audio instructifs à bord et découvrez les principales attractions dont l'église Maria No te Hau église et le temple chinois de Kanti en toute simplicité. Circulez à travers des différents quartiers depuis le port de pêche au front de mer, et découvrez ce qui fait de cette capitale un lieu si particulier.
Partez à la découverte de Papeete de manière amusante à bord d'un petit train touristique
Découvrez des attractions telles que l'église No te Hau et le temple chinois de Kanti
Profitez de la vue magnifique sur les marchés, le port de pêche et le front de mer
Un audioguide redonnera vie au riche passé historique de Papeete
We had a little trouble locating the train tour and it was pouring rain. First we found the train near our hotel in the park, but woman driver said we needed to go to Ferry building. Accidentally, bumped into the person in charge who helped us. He had tried to call us but we did not get the call. Anyway, there isn't much to see on the train tour. The tour is an audio tour as the train drives around the city streets and gives a little history. Surprisingly, the city is not very attractive and it's rather depressing to realize. There is some good shopping and decent restaurants, however. Overall, I didn't feel it was worth doing this tour.
Firstly, we had been informed by email to meet the train at the Ferry Terminal of Papeete and so we walked some distance from our cruise ship pier to that location. We made enquiries at the Ferry Terminal as to where the train departs from and did not find anyone who could direct us to the correct pick-up point. As time went on, we were surprised to see the little train heading past us towards the cruise ship pier. So we had to hurry back to the pier with a few other lost people and we were informed by the driver that the train leaves from the cruise ship pier whenever a cruise ship comes in. This was contrary to what we were directed in the communication email to us. This rush around was not welcome in the hot sun.
The tour itself was quite ordinary to us, as we really didn't see much except a few local points of interest with a bit of history, a fishing village and the harbour. We found it most difficult to take any photos as the train only stopped once or twice during the whole tour.