The Islands of Tahiti are known for the abundant marine life and pristine waters – so why not dive in and explore the incredible underwater haven that this paradise has to offer.
There are a number of beautiful dives to discover around the 118 islands that mark The Islands of Tahiti so we have helped narrow down the best in the area for you to enjoy.
Do you dream of sailing off into the sunset? Of spending your days cruising tropical waters and feeling like you don’t have a care in the world? This idyllic form of holidaying is actually a lot closer than you may think.
The Islands of Tahiti are known for its stunning beaches, pristine water and the opportunity to relax and unwind. But that is not all these beautiful islands have to offer – the lush hikes and breathtaking views are worth every step.
Here are our top locations to explore The Islands of Tahiti’s magnificent landscapes:
Great news! If you are a holder of an Australian or New Zealand passport, you don't need a visa to visit The Islands of Tahiti (valid for 3 months).
An easy answer to an easy question: the best time to go to Tahiti is... All year round! The average annual temperature is 26.5°C. The Islands of Tahiti benefit from having a tropical climate but sit outside the main climate belt of the Pacific. Therefore, there is no wet or dry season.
If you are coming from Australia, the international airline to take to the Islands of Tahiti is Air Tahiti Nui.
Air Tahiti Nui fly from Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. Your flights will either be operated by Qantas, Emirates or Air New Zealand.
11 important things to know before your trip to Tahiti.