Here is an interview of Michelle Nagy who is a Tahiti specialist
Here is an interview of Dan Hobby from House of Travel about how he experienced The Islands of Tahiti.
Here is the interview of Becky from Travel Associates and her pieces of advice to travel to The Islands of Tahiti.
Here is an interview of one of our best Tahiti Specialist Rebecca Kent and how she experienced The Islands of Tahiti.
Here is the interview of one of our best Tahiti Specialist and how Nicole Santucci expecienced The Islands of Tahiti.
Sailing in Tahiti this is such a viable option for family or small group holidays. Not only a truly beautiful and cost effective way to visit French Polynesia but highly experiential.
It is a classic, it is delicious and it is loved worldwide – the vanilla cupcake! Learn more about the renowned Tahitian Vanilla here!
Discover the powerful energy of Mana - the life force of The Islands - through a multitude of unique activities around this paradise…
Your wedding day is one of the most special days of your life, so just imagine how truly special it would be to say your vows in The Islands of Tahiti….
The sun warming your face, crystal blue water glistening under your board, waves rolling – heaven is calling!
Check out the team’s suggestions on what to do while traveling in The Islands of Tahiti!
Elodie Boursaus from Taapuna Puanaauia, on the west coast of Tahiti tells us about local favourites and where to soak up true Tahitian beauty…
Home to one of the world’s only divers qualified to swim closely with whales, Rodolphe Holler, The Islands of Tahiti offer incredible opportunities to see the mammals up close in a harmonious environment.
Many of us dream of a luxury honeymoon in The Islands of Tahiti - and that doesn’t have to be out of reach. Although known for its luxe overwater bungalows, a Tahiti honeymoon doesn’t have to break the bank. Here are a few tips for budget savvy lovers to make a Tahitian honeymoon a reality.
Live a romance in The Islands of Tahiti does not only mean rent an Overwater Bungalow in Bora Bora. Love is a part of every island in Tahiti and to experience your perfect romantic trip in The Islands of Tahiti, just choose the one that reflects the best your love to each other.
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.
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A clear candidate for ‘Paradise on earth’ is Tahiti’s little sister island Moorea. It’s a passionate heart shaped island with eight volcanic peaks in a sleeping beauty landscape with all the magic you would expect from a fairytale existence.
Undisturbed island serenity on a vanilla-smelling Tahitian islet. It sounds good, it smells good and you can bet your bottom dollar it’ll do you good.
The Islands of Tahiti is made up of 118 Islands, 67 of them habited and we got to explore just 2! This guide takes you a little deeper into Tahiti and Huahine to give you a few more ideas on what you can see and do and how you can feel and experience the Mana of this amazing place.
Exploring the Islands of Tahiti started in Papeete, looking for some of the key arts and cultural spots. We arrived via Air Tahiti Nui, a very comfortable flight with very modern equipment to not only watch some movies but also learning about the Islands of Tahiti.
Huahine is a hidden gem in the the cluster of Islands that makes up the Islands of Tahiti. A quick 30 minute flight by Air Tahiti from the main Island Tahiti brings you to a tropical paradise a world of difference from the busy Islands.
Take a short flight from Tahiti to what locals will tell you is their choice of destination. Huahine (pronounced hoo-a-heeny) will give you a real taste of island life and energise you with 'Mana' from the welcoming locals and natural landscape.Huahine may be small in size but it has plenty to do—you will wish you could stay longer, and I recommend that you do! It holds an authentic island life that makes living at a slower pace so darn appealing; you will feel uplifted with 'Mana' at every turn.
Spend a couple of days exploring the main island of Tahiti and you won’t leave disappointed. Papeete is full to the brim with cultural stops to keep your itinerary full, and this is only scratching the surface.
Connected by the essence of Mana, the fundamental spirit to embrace, The Islands of Tahiti are bound to leave you feeling relaxed, refreshed and most of all, even more connected than ever before. Unlike any other place on Earth, The Islands of Tahiti seem to have an energy that flows from its people and culture and beyond to the diverse range of landscapes.
Many who travel often fail to embody the culture and lifestyle of a destination and really reflect genuinely and meaningfully during their experience. The Islands of Tahiti manage to break down those barriers and cast aside those inhibitions we sometimes face whilst travelling abroad. The Islands of Tahiti let you travel in such a way that you can’t help but feel connected to the culture, the lifestyle and sincerely feel like you’ve escaped the worries of the world. In Tahiti, this interconnection is known as Mana - the spirit to embrace. Here's my guide to exploring Tahiti in a day...