If you're daydreaming about swimming in a blue-green lagoon where schools of tropical fish tickle your feet, it's time to turn to an island fantasy. Tahiti's romantic islands stretch across the South Pacific, where islanders speak Tahitian, French and English. It is always the perfect time of year to enjoy the tropical sun, cool rain and lush green beaches of the Pacific Ocean.
Tahiti is located in the Marquesas Islands, a group of islands off the coast of the South Pacific Ocean, and is divided into a number of municipalities. The official language of French in Polynesia is Tahitian French, but many other languages are also spoken. France's official relationship with the islands began in 1842, when it declared Tahiti and the Marquesa a French protectorate. It has two major cities, Papeetebe (the capital) and Toulon, the second largest city of the island and has a population of about 1,000 people, most of them from the French Pacific Islands.
The northwestern part is known as Tahiti Nui ("Greater Tahiti"), and the southeastern, much smaller part is known as Tahiti Iti (or "Little Tahiti"). Tahiti's terrain is rugged and mountainous, rising to an altitude of about 1,000 meters above sea level, as can be seen from the top of Mount Papeetebe, the highest point of the Marquesas Islands.
Tahiti and the surrounding islands attract many couples looking for a romantic holiday due to their beautiful beaches and picturesque views. No image of a rugged volcanic peak towering above a crystal-clear lagoon sea on the edge of the Pacific Ocean, or an island in the South Pacific, can do justice to his honeymoon with his sister Bora Bori. Whether you are enjoying a day trip to one of Tahiti's many islands, such as Kona Island or the islands of St. Kitts and Nevis, a trip to French Polynesia can be the escape you've been looking forward to.
Romance specialist Goway Islands Escapes, we told her that your honeymoon will be one of the most romantic holiday experiences of your life. It is also possible to leave Tahiti and consider a trip to the islands of Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia or even the island of St. Lucia.
If you have seen most of the islands, consider one of several Tahiti cruises, including a trip to the island of St Kitts and Nevis, St Lucia or even the Isle of Man. While on board, you can explore the beautiful beaches of the Tahitian Islands and the breathtaking scenery of the coast of Saint Vincent and Grenada.
Tahiti has become an important tourist destination in recent years, welcoming visitors from all over the world, especially from the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. US visitors do not need a visa to visit Tahiti for less than a month. Air France makes it even easier to reach Tahititi with flights to Saint Kitts, Nevis, Grenada, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Saint Lucia and Saint Lucia.
Goway, the Down-under magician, offers many opportunities to explore and enjoy the islands of Tahiti, and this is no different. There is no better place in the world to visit the islands of the South Pacific than the Tahitian Islands.
One of the best options is a sunset cruise on the resort's new catamaran, where you can prepare your wedding in the water off Moorea Island as a backdrop. This is the unique way to exchange vows in Bora Bori and it is one of my favorite places in all of Tahiti.
This may be the most touristy thing you will do, but it will also be the most fun and it is one of my favorite places in Tahiti.
The ferry is the most popular option to reach Moorea, but many people only spend one or two nights on the mainland before setting off from the island. Medical evacuation from Papeete to Tahati is expensive ($10,000 or more), and it may take a while for help to arrive. You can change to the outer islands, which is why you will love it, or you can travel back and forth between the main island and the other islands in the South Pacific and drive back to Tahititi.
And last but not least, there is Air France, which flies its Tahiti route from the west coast of the USA to Papeete. Believe it or not, it's only eight hours, but it's more convenient from Europe than the western half of U, S., and it makes the journey seem so much further.
Tahiti - Nui is densely populated, especially in Papeete, but it remains quite isolated. Following the road that leads to the eastern side of Tahati, this part of the island has little tourist interest in preserving its authenticity and retaining the charm of nostalgia.
Next, drive a few kilometers to the beach that is most accessible, and which is picturesque because the fine white sand from the coast overlooks the island of Moorea. Next, you will discover the city of Papeete, where the Museum of the Tahati Islands is located, which is mainly dedicated to the history and culture of Polynesia.