Here is an interview of Michelle Nagy who is a Tahiti specialistRead More
Here is an interview of Dan Hobby from House of Travel about how he experienced The Islands of Tahiti.Read More
Here is the interview of Becky from Travel Associates and her pieces of advice to travel to The Islands of Tahiti.Read More
8th June: A day we are reminded of the beauty of our vast ocean and its incredible inhabitants.
Since 2008, World Oceans Day has celebrated the major role our oceans play in our everyday lives and emphasises the importance of protecting and restoring this extraordinary resource. Each year, this day aims to inform us about the impact we have on this natural environment, encouraging the global population to come together to sustainably manage the great deep blue that connects us all.Read More
The Islands of Tahiti is full of endless possibilities for adventure. Universally appreciated for their beauty, The Islands of Tahiti offer far more to visitors than the picture perfect landscape. We have pulled together some of the lesser-known facts about this stunning part of the world to give you a little more insight into just what awaits you in paradise.Read More
The Islands of Tahiti are full of incredible local dishes just waiting to be tried by eager visitors. We have put together a list of traditional Tahitian meals that you need to try on your next adventure to this tropical paradise.Read More
Fakarava is a little slice of paradise with its untouched beaches, huge lagoon and true wildlife sanctuary. This stunning island is the perfect place to explore beyond the busier Islands of Tahiti so we have put together the top 5 reasons why you must venture to the exotic Fakarava.
Here is an interview of one of our best Tahiti Specialist Rebecca Kent and how she experienced The Islands of Tahiti.Read More
Here is the interview of one of our best Tahiti Specialist and how Nicole Santucci expecienced The Islands of Tahiti.Read More
March 30: The day the world unites for Earth Hour.
This annual event asks people from across the globe to turn their lights off between 8.30-9.30pm as a symbol of solidarity – creating awareness about our impact on the environment. After beginning in Sydney 12 years ago, Earth Hour quickly became a global movement with more than 7,000 cities in 188 countries taking part last year.Read More