Temae Beach is a public beach on the island of Moorea in French Polynesia. Tall coconut trees and Tiare Tahiti trees border this stunning white sand beach. The extraordinary lagoon right in front enables the discovery of a fascinating marine life which is protected by the coral reef. Looking closely at the horizon, you will be able to distinguish the shape of the island of Tahiti.
Close your eyes for a few moments and imagine hearing the waves breaking on the coral reef, the sweet scent of Tiare surrounding you and let yourself be rocked in the peace of this paradise.
The coral reef protects the lagoon from the high tides but also from the plastic waste that has been thrown away in the Pacific Ocean. Plastic in our oceans is a sad reality that we must face, and it is also the consequence of not recycling properly and abusive use of disposable plastic.
This paradise must be preserved so remember to avoid using plastic or to recycle it properly. Your gesture can go a long way.