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TAHITI & FRENCH POLYNESIA Luxury Tours

Tahiti & French Polynesia Luxury Tours – Seductively tranquil and lushly gorgeous, French Polynesia offers much more adventure than its jet-set reputation suggests. From the vast lagoons of the Tuamotu atolls, to the culturally intense Marquesas Archipelago, the country’s 117 islands are spread over a marine area the size of Europe and hold an impressive amount of diversity. Divers will find clear-water Nirvana, hikers steamy-jungle bliss and foodies a delicious French cuisine with Polynesian flavours. Whether you’re beach lounging or surfing, the scent of tiare (gardenia) flowers is ubiquitous in the air and a warm tropical softness caresses the skin. Splurge at luxury resorts or stay in more affordable rustic rooms or boutique-style bed and breakfasts – the French Polynesian dream isn’t just for movie stars.

Best time to visit in Tahiti & French Polynesia

The cooler, drier months between May and October – especially July for the Heiva i Tahiti festival

Best time to visit in Tahiti & French Polynesia

The cooler, drier months between May and October – especially July for the Heiva i Tahiti festival

Places to visit in Tahiti & French Polynesia

  • Ra’iatea’s Taputapuatea marae (ancient temple), though to be one of the most important in the Pacific
  • The country’s best dancers shaking their hips at the Heiva i Tahiti festival
  • Shell necklaces, woven hats and flowers a go-go at Pape’ete’s market
  • The outrageous view over Mo’orea’s two bays from the Belvedere view point
  • The best surfers in the world gliding through cavernous tubes at Teahupo’o

Places to visit in Tahiti & French Polynesia

  • Ra’iatea’s Taputapuatea marae (ancient temple), though to be one of the most important in the Pacific
  • The country’s best dancers shaking their hips at the Heiva i Tahiti festival
  • Shell necklaces, woven hats and flowers a go-go at Pape’ete’s market
  • The outrageous view over Mo’orea’s two bays from the Belvedere view point
  • The best surfers in the world gliding through cavernous tubes at Teahupo’o

Top things to do in Tahiti & French Polynesia

  • Learn to love sharks while diving the passes of immense Rangiroa atoll.
  • Hike to rugged vistas, valleys and waterfalls on Nuku Hiva.
  • Live like a rock star at one of Bora Bora’s opulent resorts.
  • Snorkel with humpback whales in the clear subtropical waters of Rurutu.
  • Party with sailors, surfers and transvestites in Pape’ete’s raucous bars and clubs.

Top things to do in Tahiti & French Polynesia

  • Learn to love sharks while diving the passes of immense Rangiroa atoll.
  • Hike to rugged vistas , valleys and waterfalls on Nuku Hiva.
  • Live like a rock star at one of Bora Bora’s opulent resorts.
  • Snorkel with humpback whales in the clear subtropical waters of Rurutu.
  • Party with sailors, surfers and transvestites in Pape’ete’s raucous bars and clubs.

Discover Tahiti & French Polynesia

  • Read Frangipani by Celestine Vaite for insight into modern Polynesian life.
  • Listen to Bobby & Angelo, a dreamy, utterly Polynesian collaboration of two of Tahiti’s most popular artists.
  • Watch the 2009 comedy Couples Retreats filmed on stunning Bora Bora.
  • Eat raw fish in its many forms: coconut-milk poisson cru, Mediterranean-flavoured carpaccio and Asian-inspired sashimi.
  • Drink a Hinano, the country’s signature beer with a label image of a Tahitian woman wearing a pareo (sarong-type garment).

Discover Tahiti & French Polynesia

  • Read Frangipani by Celestine Vaite for insight into modern Polynesian life.
  • Listen to Bobby & Angelo , a dreamy , utterly Polynesian collaboration of two of Tahiti’s most popular artists.
  • Watch the 2009 comedy Couples Retreats filmed on stunning Bora Bora.
  • Eat raw fish in its many forms: coconut-milk poisson cru , Mediterranean-flavoured carpaccio and Asian-inspired sashimi.
  • Drink a Hinano , the country’s signature beer with a label image of a Tahitian woman wearing a pareo (sarong-type garment).

Tahiti & French Polynesia Highlights

Tiare flowers, Tahitian pearls, Paul Gauguin, Mutiny on the Bounty, bungalows over the water, surfing the monster wave of Teahupo’o

Tahiti & French Polynesia Highlights

Tiare flowers , Tahitian pearls , Paul Gauguin , Mutiny on the Bounty , bungalows over the water , surfing the monster wave of Teahupo’o

One word for Tahiti & French Polynesia Tourism

Haere maru (Take it slow)

One word for Tahiti & French Polynesia Tourism

Haere maru (Take it slow)
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