Of French Polynesia’s 118 islands, Tahiti is the largest. Located in South Pacific, the island forms a part of the Society Islands. It's topography is dominated by two volcanic ranges resembling a turtle. Big Island makes up the larger part while small island makes up the Peninsula. The Taravao isthmus connects the peninsula with the larger part of the island that is fringed by a series of black sandy beaches.
If you are tired of your hectic lifestyle and stiff professional schedules, it is the ideal destination for a week long holiday. This island is the gateway to a mesmerizing world of corals, reefs and lagoons. Whether you plan to go with your family, friends or spouse, the experience is bound to rejuvenate your mind, body and soul. Often described as heaven on earth, it is the abode of eternal beauty and bliss in the heart of Pacific Ocean.
For nature enthusiasts, Tahiti is the key to a world of unexplored experiences. A chance escapade to the Tuamotu Island is a treat for holidaymakers seeking thrill of adventure and discovery. The brilliant turquoise waters of the Tuamotu Island are home to countless black pearls. The hovering danger of giant sharks makes the island experience all the more exciting.
The Gambier Archipelago is a must visit for those looking for a reclusive break.
For the water sports and adventure sports lovers, Bora Bora Island is the best destination. The opulent scenic beauty of the island coupled with its white sandy beaches and crystal waters is temptation difficult to avoid. Indulge in a wide range of activities spanning island trekking, hiking, biking, and scuba diving, aqua-biking and parasailing.
The island has managed to preserve its rich cultural legacy through its sculptures, dance forms, songs, folklore, drama and language. It’s local cuisine reflects its native culture aptly. The local cuisine has a subtle aroma of freshness and originality.
It also offers a blend of French, Italian, Chinese and other international cuisines. The restaurants, pizzerias, snack bars and fast-food outlets form an integral part of the island's lively culture. Majority hotels feature simple and gourmet restaurants offering a la carte and buffet menus. Some of the most celebrated restaurants offering Tahitian cuisine and international delicacies are Le Lotus, Casa Bianca, Le Coco's and Le Royal Tahitien Restaurant.
Some of the popular hotels on the island are Intercontinental Resort, Radisson Plaza Resort, Manava Suite and Le Royal Tahitien. These hotels offer outstanding amenities to make your holiday comfortable and relaxing.
For those seeking quality black pearls, the Musée de la Perle Robert Wan, Sibani Perles Joallier, Robert Wan, Pearl Market and Ron Hall's Island Fashion Black Pearls are the best places to make purchases. If you are a true Handicrafts connoisseur, the ideal places to checkout are Papeete Municipal Market and Tamara Curios. Also, shop in the local markets around the island that offer exceedingly affordable and impressive souvenirs to take back home.
Tahiti Cruise and Vacation offers extraordinary packages for hotels, cruises and a plethora of activities such as Eluthera Dive, underwater spa, underwater tours, island exploration, Polynesian Adventure and Tahitian excursion.
Take a deep breath, feel the fresh air and forget all your worries while in there, your door to paradise on earth.