When you arrive in Tahiti, the most oversized island in French Polynesia and the country’s main point of entry to the outside world, you’ll immediately sense the hospitality of the locals. In addition to its famed black sand beaches, the capital city of Tahiti is home to excellent dining options, upscale retail, and exciting nightlife. Spend a few days here before escaping to Bora Bora’s soothing rays of sunlight.
The island is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts. Climb the towering Mount Aorai or see the spectacular Papenoo Valley waterfalls. Visit the breathtaking Afareaitu Waterfall and the nearby island of Moorea on a day excursion. Enjoy marine travel more than land travel? Learn to surf on the epic waves of Teahupoo.
TAHITI AND MOOREA: THE HEART OF THE ISLANDS
This 9-day vacation to the Islands of Tahiti includes stays in beachfront homes on both the island of Tahiti as well as the island of Moorea. It has lodgings of the highest caliber and travels in intimate groups.
Your journey to The Islands of Tahiti will begin on the island of Tahiti, known as the pearl of the South Pacific. You will get the opportunity to spend three days and two nights at the opulent Intercontinental Resort & Spa, during which time you may explore the breathtaking island in any way you choose. On a sunset boat excursion, you may see the breathtaking sunset over Tahiti and take in breathtaking views of its neighboring island, Moorea.
Sit back and relax with a drink as you watch the sun set behind Moorea Vacations and paint the sky in gorgeous colors of orange and purple from the other side of Tahiti’s lagoon. Since you are staying at one of Tahiti’s most exclusive hotels, the remainder of your time there is completely at your leisure.
Spend three nights at the nearby Sofitel Kia Ora Moorea Beach Resort, which is a fantastic base from which to explore the stunning hills and crystal-clear lagoon of the island. The mainland of the island will be highlighted during an ATV Discovery Tour, during which you will travel the path to Opunohu Bay and Belvedere Lookout, which provide some of the best views of the island and the waters that surround it. You are free to spend the rest of the day relaxing at one of Tahiti’s finest resorts or snorkeling among the island’s coral reefs.
At the end of your vacation, you should make your way back to Papeete in Tahiti so that you may get a flight back home. Find out about some of the best The Islands of Tahiti vacation packages 2023.
Monarch of the Pacific Ocean
Tahiti, the biggest of the French Polynesian islands, is the emotional center of the South Pacific. Either the main island or the whole vacation spot may be inferred from the name. French Polynesia, more commonly The Islands of Tahiti, is a group of 118 islands and atolls spread out over an astonishing nautical surface area the size of Western Europe. However, the entire land area of these little islands is barely 1,600 square miles, and many of them are still uninhabited (4,100 sq. km).
Perhaps you’re asking, “Where on Earth is Tahiti?” The islands represent a midpoint between the geographic locations of Los Angeles, California, and Sydney, Australia. That’s because they’re exactly as far south of the equator as Hawaii is north, and they share the same time zone. Many people believe that Tahiti is quite far away since the name conjures up images of a faraway, pristine paradise, but in truth, it is just eight hours away from Los Angeles.
Tahiti is really two islands: Tahiti Nui is the bigger island in the northwest, while Tahiti Iti is the smaller peninsula in the southeast. The three extinct volcanic mountains that dominate Tahiti Nui are Mount Orohena, the highest peak in French Polynesia, Mount Aorai, noted for its breathtaking vistas, and Le Diadème, which looks to crown the island as the rightful queen.
Tahiti, which is where the French Polynesian capital of Papeete is located, is the main economic hub of the country. Your custom-designed Tahiti holiday will begin and conclude in Papeete since all flights to the island will land at Faa’a International Airport. We know you’re itching to go to the other islands, but a few days here won’t kill you. Tahiti provides an intriguing contrast to the region’s quieter, more isolated islands, and with so many luxurious and handy resorts to choose from, you’ll be glad you came.
Why It’s So Enticing
Papeete is a dynamic metropolis with a diverse population and lively waterfront. Le Marché, the downtown municipal market, is a wonderful location to buy all things Tahiti, such as vanilla beans, monoi oil, and vibrant pareos. If you’re looking to acquire a Tahitian black pearl during your visit, a good place to start is the Robert Wan Pearl Museum, located just down the street at Le Centre Vaima. Go to Vai’ete Square at night and act like a native.
At night, the gourmet food trucks known as Les Roulottes line the waterfront promenade, serving up everything from Chinese to French crepes to steak fries to fresh seafood and pizza at very reasonable prices.
What will Include in the Tahiti Travel Package
- Taxes and Fees Associated with International Flights
- Transfer services upon arrival and departure in Tahiti and Moorea
- Transfers to and from the airport shared with other passengers in Tahiti and Moorea
- Ferry Ride Between Tahiti and Moorea That Is Shared With Other Passengers
- Stay in Tahiti for three nights in a first-class hotel room.
- Three-night stay in a first-class hotel on the island of Moorea
- An Evening Sunset Cruise Around the Island of Moorea With A Small Group
- Moorea offers complimentary in-room minibars that are restocked daily.
- 3 Mornings With A Complimentary Breakfast
Spend your time on two of the most lovely islands while staying at two of the most charming resorts on each of those islands. The following resorts have been reserved for your accommodation during your trip.
• Sofitel Kia Ora Moorea Beach Resort
• Intercontinental Tahiti Resort and Spa