The island of Tahiti is the starting point for any trip around French Polynesia. Named “the island of Love” it is the largest of the Society islands but also the center of the French Polynesian economy.
The legendary Tahitian welcome, with beautiful traditional flower leis, will start as soon as you step off the plane at Tahiti Faa’a International Airport, a short drive from the capital city Papeete. Make the most of your stopover with a visit to Papeete’s charming markets, bars and restaurants. When leaving Papeete by car, be entranced by idyllic views of blue lagoons and majestic mountains. Take advantage of various land and water based activities amongst these beautiful surroundings ensuring your stay on Tahiti island is unforgettable.
Should you take the time to explore, Tahiti will unveil many surprises. Visit various nearby islands and take a dip in isolated waterfalls. Discover her cultural and historic treasures whilst visiting the lighthouse at Venus Point built by Captain Cook or by attending a Tahitian dance show.
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