Tahiti and her Islands
Known for their beauty, these 118 South Pacific islands are formed from five archipelagos, located in an ocean about the size of Europe. French influence is evident everywhere, from the language to the architecture, dining and shopping experiences.
Tahiti is the heart of French Polynesia and home to both the capital Papeete and Faa'a International Airport. Tahiti's sister island, Moorea, is famed for its luxuriant vegetation and white sand beaches, whilst Bora Bora boats a spectacular lagoon, tropical underwater world and mountainous hinterland.
- Half day Circle Island tour of Tahiti
- Swim with dolphins in Moorea
- Moorea Circle Island tour
- 4WD tour in Bora Bora
Flights to the Islands
Air Tahiti operate frequent services between the islands. The following prices apply: Papeete to Moorea from £45 or Bora Bora from £135 each way; Moorea to Bora Bora from £175 each way
Tahitiwas immortalized by Paul Gauguin and is the largest of the islands. Its capital isPapeeteand the airport is nearby. It has managed to retain its Polynesian heritage whilst developing a strong French influence. It has a mountainous interior and glorious beaches.
Tahiti's sister island has retained much of its traditional individuality and charm and is famed for its white sand beaches. Moorea is a 20 minute ferry crossing fromTahitior you can travel the 18 km by air.
This lovely island, in the Leeward Society Islands, is famous for its lush tropical flowers, white sand beaches and awesome mountain hinterland. It is 240 km north ofTahiti, reachable by air. The airport is situated on an island in the lagoon and all transfers are by launch.