The islands of Tahiti, officially known as French Polynesia, are a gorgeous selection of volcanic islands and atolls strewn across 4 million square kilometers (1.5 million square miles) of the grand South Pacific Ocean.
Five Groups Of Islands - Paradise found! French Polynesia is 118 geographically-dispersed islands in the South Pacific; the area stretches over 1,245 miles. Tahiti, Bora Bora, Mo'orea and Raiatea are the most famous ones. Snorkeling, diving, Tahitian dance workshops, and straight-up lying around on the beach are all popular activities.
The islands that make up the South Pacific are dreamlike destinations, thanks to their pristine beaches and medley of mountains, reefs, deserts, and forests, with abundant wildlife.
Tahiti, the largest island throughout the country, towering over the ocean like a proud and royal Queen is appropriately crowned by a circle of majestic peaks.
The mountainous interior is adorned with deep valleys, clear streams, and high waterfalls, all bathed in green iridescence of Mother Nature's light. The coastal lands, edged with a rugged coastline, are home to fields of tropical flowers and most of the island's population.Papeete, meaning the " water basket, " was once a gathering place where Tahitians came to fill their calabashes with fresh waters. Now the invigorating capital city and gateway of the country, boasts world-class resorts, spas, fine dining and unique restaurants, nightclubs, vibrant markets, pearl shops, and boutiques.
Bora Bora is one of those bucket list destinations you’ve got to put on your travel list:
We are able to assist you with the organization of civil wedding ceremonies in the islands. Wedding Planners are at your disposal to help you create just the perfect experience to tie the knot in any of the islands! We can help you create the most extraordinary memories on the islands: Tahiti vacations, romantic escapes, honeymoon or anniversary in Bora Bora, milestone events parties, family holidays, luxury island cruises, spa getaways, diving and snorkeling adventures, wedding celebrations, and more.
Surrounded by a barrier reef and home to Cook’s and Opunohu Bays, Moorea is known as the “Magical Island.” Did you know: The overwater bungalow was invented in Moorea – In 1967 a failed vanilla plantation was turned into a resort "Bali Hai Boys "with the first overwater bungalows. Mo'orea is a South Pacific island, part of French Polynesia's Society Islands archipelago. It's known for its jagged volcanic mountains and sandy beaches. In the north, Mount Rotui overlooks picturesque Ōpūnohu Bay and the settlements around Cook's Bay. Inland, hiking trails wind through rainforest on the slopes of Mount Tohivea. The Belvedere Lookout has panoramic views of the island’s peaks and Tahiti beyond. A few minutes from the island of Tahiti by plane, and only thirty minutes by high-speed catamaran, Moorea soars magically out of the ocean in an explosion of green velvet - what you would imagine a South Seas island to be.
Raiatea, meaning "faraway heaven" and "sky with soft light", was first named Havai'i after the homeland of the ancient Polynesians and is the most sacred island in the South Pacific. This, the second largest Tahitian isle, was the center of religion and culture over 1000 years ago and still lends enchantment to ancient legends told to this day. The green-carpeted mountains include the celebrated Mt. Temehani, a sort of Polynesian Mt. Olympus.