Tahti, French Polynesia
Tahiti, is the largest island in French Polynesia. It is located on the archipelago in the central Southern Pacific Ocean. It is shaped like a figure-8 and divided into Tahiti Nui which is the larger western section and Tahiti Iti, the eastern peninsula.
- Overwater bungalows: Do not miss to take at least a glimpse of an overwater bungalow, if visiting Tahiti. French Polynesia is famous for these idyllic ocean huts.
- Three Waterfalls: Also known as Les Trois Cascades or the Faarumai Waterfalls are beautiful waterfalls requiring a trek through the lush rainforest.
- La Plage de Maui: It takes its name from Hawaii and one of the only white sand beaches on Tahiti Nui.
- Sofitel Moorea la Ora Beach Resort: A 5-star hotel where you can get pampered at the full-service spa or have fun activities like snorkeling and scuba diving.
- Inter Continental Resort: A 4-star hotel where you can relax the day at beach with umbrellas and loungers.
- Hotel Tahiti Nui: A 4-star hotel with an outdoor pool and a spa tub. The place also offers full-service spa and a restaurant.
- LO ALA Bouche: You get a warm and romantic ambience throughout the restaurant serving dishes made with freshly caught sea food.
- LE COCO’S: It is one of the most romantic dining spots in Tahiti.
- LE CARRE: The restaurant has low lighting and stylish décor with French cuisine.
- Poe: It is a dessert from the vegetable taro with coconut milk sauce.
- Fafaru: It is a fish dish marinated in fermented seawater.
- Poisson Cru: A favorite seafood dish of the people of island.
Faa’a International Airport is the main airport here. All international flights land here. To get around the place you can take cars or opt for ferry or cruise ships.