French Polynesia, also known as Tahiti, is divided into five archipelagos, made up of 35 islands and 83 atolls and consists of stunning landscapes, archaeological wonders and striking natural beauty.
The most popular of the islands are the group called the Society Islands which includes favourites such Tahiti, Moorea and Bora Bora. Imagine island interiors of emerald green, rugged mountain peaks and crystal clear streams running through deep valleys, cascading waterfalls and tufts of bright pink bougainvillea. Surrounding the islands, you’ll find unique black sand beaches or velvety white sand shores, shimmering turquoise coloured water teeming with tropical fish and breathtaking scenery. Pleasure-seeking honeymooners come to Bora Bora to sleep directly above warm lagoon waters in luxury overwater bungalows and experience the relaxed Tahitian aita pea pea (not to worry) way of life.
The Tuamotu Islands are known as “Tahiti’s strand of pearls” and feature remote beaches, black pearls and vast, pristine marine areas with a menagerie of colourful sea life. It’s also where you will find overwater bungalows that you can slip from your private deck into your own tropical patch of lagoon. The Austral Islands are peaceful, pristine and where Polynesian culture is alive and well. It’s also home to Rurutu which is the best place to spot humpback whales splashing about between July and October.
Beyond the impossibly blue ocean and days spent jet skiing, sailing, enjoying the sun, snorkelling, surfing and diving, there is lush jungle hiking, a raft load of Polynesian culture, 4x4 Jeep safari’s through deep valleys and thick rainforests, shopping in Papeete, cafes, restaurants and atmospheric bars to enjoy a piña colada or two.
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