Don't know where to go or what to do in The Islands of Tahiti? Here are some ideas and MUST DO's islands and activities!
From the patisseries of Papeete to the Marquesan bird dance, Tahiti mixes French influence with Polynesian culture. Even in winter, Tahiti’s balmy temperatures mean you never get cold between swims.
Not sure where to take your next tropical trip? While other other destinations offer sun, sand and clear blue water, The Islands of Tahiti are one of the few destinations that allow you to be embraced by mana - the life-force and spirit of the Polynesian people.
Tahiti Tourisme interviewed Angie Kelly, a travel writer who went several times to Tahiti, to give you a better idea about our islands.
Blue lagoons, dancers in grass skirts, juicy seafood and balmy breezes make the islands of French Polynesia a holiday dream come true. So much so, that Bora Bora and Tahiti are one of the most popular honeymoon destinations in the world.
It's no question that Tahiti's "Mana" has embraced the hearts of travellers worldwide. Mana is the lifeforce and spirit of Polynesians. It is a single word that evokes the people, culture and lifestyle of Tahiti, and it's what makes people come back over and over to Tahiti.