French Polynesia & Tahiti Vacations
When one thinks of a vacation in French Polynesia, Tahiti is one of the first places that comes to mind. However, what many people fail to realize is that aside from Tahiti, French Polynesia has so much more to offer. With over 118 islands divided into 5 archipelagoes, there is plenty to discover, explore and enjoy in this stunning tropical paradise.
An incredible blend of ancient marae sites, ritzy resorts, lush forests, dramatic peaks and gorgeous beaches, the islands of French Polynesia have it all! Whether you just want to chill out and relax on a beach somewhere, or if you want to indulge in a whole host of water sports, come here and experience a tiny piece of heaven on earth.
Immortalized by the likes of Paul Gauguin, Herman Melville and Robert Louis Stevenson, French Polynesia captivates your senses with its pristine natural beauty, translucent lagoons, mysterious locales and picturesque islets (motu) to open up your eyes to an entirely different and exotic new world.
Island-hop from Tahiti to Moorea or from Bora Bora to The Marquesas, and discover the extraordinary treasures that are on hand above or below the water. Snorkel and dive the depths of the Pacific here and come face to face with a fabulous array of coral and marine life ranging from sharks and whales, to dolphins, eels and rays.
And if all this is not enough, then take a journey back in time as you explore the ancient archaeology of this region and the many myths and legends associated with Polynesian culture.
Tahiti Vacations are a great way to experience the very best of French Polynesia. Home to the only airport in the region; fly into the bustling and pulsating capital of Papeete as you make your way across to this idyllic getaway. While in Papeete donít forget to visit the various city sights and sample the delicious cuisine that is readily available anywhere you go. Outside the bright lights of the city, Tahiti offers tourists many amazing hideaways amidst a spectacular backdrop of soaring mountain peaks covered in dense green vegetation.