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The Islands of Tahiti is a destination composed of 118 islands and atolls in 5 archipelagos. The scenery is breathtaking and the local population is famously warm and welcoming. Proud of their islands they will be more than happy to give advice and suggestions to help you get the most out of your stay. Friendliness is part of the Polynesian character, it is part of the mana of The Islands of Tahiti.


More than just a tropical paradise, Polynesia is a land of romance, myths and legends and its many archeological sites bear witness to the glory of the ancestral Maohi culture. The Islands of Tahiti have always been a source of inspiration for poets, writers and artists, and a place of adventure for whale hunters, traders, deserters, sailors and explorers.


The Islands of Tahiti are one immense spa and the clear warm waters in the lagoons are a therapy all on their own. For further relaxation, most of the luxury hotels and cruise ships offer traditional massages and a large range of health and beauty treatments. The idyllic scenery and exotic surroundings make The Islands of Tahiti the ideal destination to relax, unwind and let yourself be pampered.


The celebrated poisson cru au lait de coco from The Islands of Tahiti is the flagship of Polynesian cuisine. Fresh fish and vegetables mixed with coconut milk and a squeeze of lemon. A recipe that’s guaranteed to make your mouth water. Fresh produce is the essential ingredient of Tahitian cooking, with vanilla and freshly pressed coconut milk providing the added flavor. See the Gastronomy page for some typical Tahitian recipies.


Calm lagoons, beautiful weather and warm winds make The Islands of Tahiti one of the best places in the world for diving. In the passes, divers can enjoy the thrill of swimming with the big fish – blacktip sharks, gray sharks and manta rays, as well as an incredible variety of small tropical fish.

Tahitian Pearl

Usually black, but also eggplant, green, gray and even white, the Tahitian Pearl fascinates with its infinite palette of colors. As a necklace, an earring, a ring or a bracelet, the Tahitian pearl will undoubtedly sublimate the person who wears it. Discover all the secrets of this jewel…


Discover the magic of The Islands of Tahiti with its overwater bungalows, delicious cuisine and the most beautiful scenery in the world.


The best known destinations in French Polynesia are Tahiti, Moorea and Bora Bora. But some of the greatest treasures in The Islands of Tahiti are Huahine, Raiatea, Taha’a, Maupiti, the atolls of the Tuamotu Islands, the Austral Islands and the Marquesas Islands. Each has its own unique character, and each is a veritable treasure waiting to be discovered.


The Tuamotu Islands are a shimmering galaxy of atolls and islands that lie to the northeast of the Society Islands. The magnificent atolls of Rangiroa, Manihi, Tikehau and Fakarava are perfect for lovers of all watersports, especially diving and deep sea fishing.


Known as the ultimate romantic destination for honeymooners, The Islands of Tahiti are also the perfect setting for a truly unforgettable wedding.


in The Islands of Tahiti

The Islands of Tahiti are an alluring and welcoming destination for LGBTQ+ travelers. Throughout all 118 islands located in the South Pacific, The Islands of Tahiti offer a rich cultural history that embraces diversity and inclusivity for all visitors seeking an unforgettable travel experience.

A sustainable stay

in The Islands of Tahiti

The Islands of Tahiti, islands filled with Mana. This vital force that connects all living beings and is experienced in the culture’s rhythm, traditions, environment and nature.

From this force, the lasting link between man and nature is derived. A link that must be protected, maintained and promoted. The Islands of Tahiti are unique and fragile at the same time, they are home to a community and an ecosystem that must be preserved.

Whether you are a travel agent, a tourism provider or an event organizer, here are 10 tips that we invite you to share with your clients to help them become aware of the need to travel sustainably in The Islands of Tahiti.


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