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This was an amazing experience, seeing and learning about the vanilla plantation, how they grow and harvest it (hand pollinating every flower blew my mind), and then we were able to buy it in many forms. The Tamanu oil they make there exclusively on the...More
The owner personally spent an hour with us one-on-one showing us the entire vanilla production process. We also learnt about tamanu oil. Now that we’ve been around the islands a bit, we can tell you 1) that her prices are reasonable and 2) buy the...More
Visited Vallee de la Vanille on our jet ski excursion to Taha'a. The tour was very informative and conducted in English so we were able to enjoy all aspects. Rather rural by our values, but the product is world renowned. Would definitely recommend.
We visited this vanilla plantation by boat. The plantation is a 5 minute drive from the harbor. Friendly staff, with excellent description of the growing method, the bean processing and ultimately the opportunity to buy some samples. They also have other soothing oils which are...More
This was our first time touring a vanilla farm and it was very informative. We visited it while on a 4WD tour which also included Champon Pearl Farm. We picked up some vanilla pods that we are looking forward to use.
We had an excursion booked that included a stop at this Vanilla plantation. They were very informative and all the work is done by hand, which I found very inspirational. After our tour, they offered us fresh fruit and a vanilla beverage which was delicious....More
Interesting for the part of the vanilla bean but the second part of the demonstration sounded more like a sales pitch for the products they also are selling. No vanilla beans were available for sale at the moment we were there (February), it seems the...More
Visiting Vallee de la Vanille was one of my favorite tour experiences during my French Polynesian vacation. The farm did have a retail focus with a generous covered space for selling its products, but the very informative presentation of growing and producing vanilla, as well...More