Tahiti, the largest island of French Polynesia, covers 1,048 kmē. The island consists of two roughly round portions centered on volcanic mountains, connected by a short isthmus named after the small town of Taravao. (Wikipedia)
Moorea is a high island 17 km northwest of Tahiti. Several ferries go to the Vaiare wharf in Moorea daily from Papeete, the Tahitian capital. Moorea's Temae airport has connections to the international airport in Papeete.
On the road of Moorea
Because of its stunning scenery and accessibility to Papeete, Moorea is visited by many western tourists. The nearly symmetrical bays opening to the north side of the island: Cook's Bay and Oponohu Bay. (Wikipedia)