Yestahiti is French Polynesia’s first travel agency.
Bora Bora, Tahiti, Moorea, Huahine, Rangiroa or less famous islands…
Luxury hotel resorts or family hotels, regular accommodation or private catamaran…
Honeymoon or family trip, with friends or as a couple…
Lagoon or mountain tours, incredible diving or experience off the beaten tracks…
Throughout Tahiti and Her Islands, Yestahiti offers you the widest range
of ideas for your French Polynesian trip - lodgings, activities, itineraries… at the best possible conditions and rates.
Expert advisors of Tahiti & Her Islands
has been working with Yestahiti for over 15 years and has traveled the Society and Tuamotu islands, as well as the Marquesas and the Australs. He carefully reviews the best deals daily in order to offer you the best possible rates for any given itinerary. Ideas for tours and discovery are no secret to him and he always analyzes his clients’ specific requests ensuring their stay is memorable.
His favorite islands:
Huahine et Raivavae
His first advice:
“Get off the beaten tracks.
Bora Bora, the Pearl of the Pacific, remains a must-see in your itinerary for first time visitors. However with so many secluded islands you will leave with fond memories of outstanding sceneries and friendly human encounters.
The local people are so friendly and love to introduce you to the authentic Polynesia. Let me help you book a vacation that will be exactly what you expect!’’
Further to her studies in visual communication, Mahearani first followed her passion for the islands and French Polynesia whilst working on the promotion of the Tahiti cultured pearl and the “Maison de la Perle” in Tahiti. She joined the team of Yestahiti in early 2011 and is now in charge of managing our website. Her love for images and unique lights found around our islands definitely reflects the various contents of our website.
Her favorite islands:
Moorea, given her proximity of Tahiti (30 minutes away by ferry boat), is ideal to relax after a flight. It is the perfect scenic place to practice stand-up paddle board and have a “motu” islet picnic with friends while facing Haapiti district. Rangiroa has remained genuine. It is like Bora Bora 20 years ago. It hosts an incredible lagoon and passes making it a special place for scuba diving. Besides, fans of the famous Tahiti black pearl will have the opportunity to visit the largest pearl farm of French Polynesia.
Bear in mind that Tahiti and Her Islands are not just blue lagoons and white sandy beaches. Make the most of the Polynesian “art of living”:
• Discover local handicraft
• Be mesmerized by the Polynesian culture (dance, songs and costumes)
• Share a traditional Polynesian meal with flavors that are surprising and delicious.
I promise, these are the best moments along with the friendly Tahitian greeting!
With his experience in luxury hotels in Tahiti and Bora Bora, Simon has recently joined the crew of BoraBora.com. True expert in digital marketing he is always connected to the social media and websites of Tahiti to provide you the last
His favorite islands:
Tikehau for its massive Manta rays, its pink sand and its astonishing sunsets. Taha’a for its authenticity, its vanilla farms and its coral river.
Explore the inner island of Tahiti, this island has much more to offer than a simple stop-over, you would be surprised by its richness and the panoramas it hides.
A promise to fully assist YOU upon arrival and departure and throughout your stay
Our operational teams (chauffeurs, guides, hostesses) are committed to you at any step of your trip. From the traditional Polynesian greeting upon arrival at the airport and upon departure, they will ensure that your stay remains perfect. Our public relations team based in Papeete is available to you during your vacation either at our office or via the phone. Should you need to change your plans or experience an emergency, your travel agent will be available to you without you having to worry about the time difference or phone expenses.
Our contact details
Yestahiti- Immeuble ATEIVI, BP 718 - 98713 Papeete, Polynésie Française
+689 46 41 41 (Operator)
+689 46 40 10 (Online department)
+689 46 41 40