From here you can see Opunohu Bay on the left and Cook's Bay on the right with Mount Rotui in the middle.  Mount Rotui represents the hard plug that was once the core of the volcano, and stands alone, isolated in a great ring of mountains.   The island is now so eroded away that the northern slopes are completely gone, and the other three sides rise to a ragged half-circle of spiry green peaks. The caldera has been eroded down to form the Opunohu Valley, Cooks Bay, and Opunohu Bay.





These signs in the shape of Moorea are all round the island marking miles and sights.