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'Ei a'a,'ei reira ia tō 'ā'au 'e 'ī ai i te mau 'ā 'o tō hīro'a


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OUR ACTIVITIES

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'Arioi Experiences
Dance, percussion, legends, craft or ancestral practices : we offer you cultural and traditional activities that will make you experience authentic Polynesia, beyond the silent beauty of our landscape.
Find us at 'Arioi Cultural Center , in Papara - Tahiti
Come and feel the Polynesian Mana !



Sundays at the Museum
Find us the first sunday of every month, at the Museum of Tahiti and its islands
During two hours, for a moment with your family and friends, this experience includes a guided tour on the thematic collection of the Museum followed by an cultural workshop to practice your knowledge. 
Find out the treasures of our heritage !

THE ASSOCIATION

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The center of our projects is the ‘Arioi Cultural Center, 
an non-profit organization which offers activities in extracurricular to the kids and adults from the municipality of Papara, where we put forward a total social mix !

The Cultural Center take on  the next generations to know and understand their Polynesian Identity, and moreover, to realize big issues of our century which are globalization, environment, food, health and culture..


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Culture

is expressing the future,

by celebrating the past..




This is the mission we gave ourselves : make the Polynesian culture accessible to the widest people possible : kids and adults, locals and tourists, beginners and experienced


We are involved in an social and solidarity economy and in sustainable tourism.

10% of our revenues are given to the 'Arioi organization which make cultural and artistic activities  accessible to kids from disadvantaged areas.


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‘ARIOI


The ‘Arioi were praised in ancient times.

They were talented actors, dancers and storytellers. They were the masters of ceremonies and the holders of ancestral knowledges, they also had legendary sailing skills! We want to re-discover this heritage and make it available overseas, so our culture stays alive.

The symbol of the ‘Arioi was the red feather.