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The sapphire blue of Tahiti and her Islands. The dazzling white of her coral sands. The brilliant greens of the elegant coconut palms. Blue, white and green; these are the predominant colours of Tahiti and her Islands. All 118 of these gorgeous Polynesian islands spread across five far-flung archipelagoes. Each with its own very individual character whose inhabitants blend the twenty first century to the ancestral rhythms of sun and sea.

Tahiti and her Islands span four million km of ocean and cover an area as large as Europe. However, the land above sea level only accounts for some 4,000km consisting of 118 islands, grouped into five different archipelagoes: the Marquesas (to the north), the Society Islands and the Tuamotu (in the center), the Austral Islands (to the south) and the Gambiers (to the south-east). Tahiti was declared in 2004 as an "overseas country" attached to France.

The remote geographic location has always been a major attraction for those seeking the exotic and romantic allure of these unspoiled and natural environments. Tahiti is an ideal destination for a relaxing vacation/holiday, honeymoon or a more active vacation. Renowned for scuba diving and snorkelling in crystal clear lagoons where colourful coral and tropical fish abound. Experience a taste of 'chic' French with South Pacific style and charm! Tahiti also offers a range of boutique style island properties and internationally acclaimed hotels and resorts. Whether you want a private island picnic near Bora Bora or a canoe to deliver breakfast in your overwater bungalow, Tahiti is the ultimate South Pacific island paradise.

Bora Bora

Bora Bora

Bora Bora lies 259-km (155 miles) northwest of Tahiti in the Leeward Society Islands. Your first sight of the island will probably be from the window of an Air Tahiti ATR-72 turbojet, at the end of a...

Raiatea

Raiatea

According to Polynesian tradition, Raiatea -formerly known as Havaiki, the "sacred island"- was the first inhabited island and Hiro -a descendant of the creator god Taaroa and Oro- was its first king...

Moorea

Moorea

It is rumoured that James Michener based his mythical, idealized island, Bali Hai on Moorea. And it is easy to see why. Many people have described Moorea as the most beautiful place on earth. Here, you'll...

Tahiti

Tahiti

The sapphire blue of Tahiti and her Islands. The dazzling white of her coral sands. The brilliant greens of the elegant coconut palms. Blue, white and green; these are the predominant colours of Tahiti...

Papeete

Papeete

The Island of Tahiti is quite literally an existing legend... Playing many roles, Tahiti is French Polynesia's largest and most glamorous tropical island- and home to its unique capital city of Papeete...

THE PEOPLE

As a multicultural melting pot, the people of Tahiti and her Islands (approximately 270,000 inhabitants) include Polynesians (83% including approximately 20% euro-polynesians), Europeans (12% mainly from metropolitan France) and Chinese (5% a community that dates back to the end of the 19th Century). 75% of the population lives in the Windward Islands (Tahiti & Moorea). The principle urban zone in Papeete (a strip approximately 40km long) contains more than 127,600 inhabitants.

  • TAHITI REGIONS & ISLANDS
  • PAPEETE: The invigorating capital city and gateway of the territory, boasts world-class resorts, spas, fine restaurants, nightclubs, and endless shopping at the vibrant markets, pearl shops, and boutiques. For those seeking some outdoor exploration there's impressive and accessible waterfalls, enchanting tropical gardens, various hiking trails, horseback excursions and safari's that'll take you to the heart of the Island.
  • MOOREA: Clearly visible from Tahiti and just a 7 minute flight or 1/2 hour ferry ride. Moorea is much more laid back and relaxed than Tahiti. Discover a native Polynesian village, climb the island peaks, experience a 4x4 excursions among the pineapple plantations, shark feeding, dolphin and whale watching or simply rest and relax in your luxury over water bungalow.
  • BORA BORA: Described as the “Pearl of the Pacific” just as Captain Cook baptised her bears the magic of the most beautiful Polynesian Islands. Known to be the most spectacular in the world, the lagoon, linked to the ocean by the Teavanui Pass, is a natural swimming pool which offers a large variety of aquatic activities such as diving, sailing & jet skiing. The most famous of the Leeward Islands occupies a surface of 38 km² and is located 280 km north-west of Tahiti, just 50 minutes away by plane from Papeete.
  • TAHAA & RAIATEA: These twin islands are rich tropical islands with gentle valleys and deep bays with marinas making it an exceptional sailing destination. Tahaa shares her lagoon with Raiatea an enchanting paradise endowed with a magnificent, turquoise lagoon surrounded by "motus”, islets of superb, white, sand beaches. Scuba diving around the large fringing reef is its other major draw.

We offer a range of packages in Tahiti or this can be added to a combination of other options such as Australia or New Zealand to complete your vacation. Please go to our accommodation section to view our range of luxury resorts in Tahiti and we will tailor a package to suit. Or simply contact usto discuss your requirements!