Tahiti Tahiti Culture

Tahiti's islands have long attracted the attention of thousands of curious tourists and they have fascinating cultural stories to tell. They are located in the heart of the Polynesian region, which is why I was so excited to learn more about my trip this year, sponsored by Tahiti Tourisme.

This place is one of five archipelagos known as French Polynesia, although they are often referred to as Tahiti. The Tahiti Islands consist of a series of eroding volcanic cones connected by a narrow isthmus of Taravao and a thin isthmus that connects the two landmasses of the Tahitian Islands, the largest of which is the largest of the islands; the much smaller southeastern part is known as "Tahiti Iti" or "Little Tahitti," and the northwestern part as "tahsiti Nui" ("Great Tahiticus").

Tahiti Division Federale is the top division of the islands, and the Tahiti Championnat Enterprise is in the second tier. The island society is less well known, but it is responsible for the development of tourism and tourism in Tahiti-Polynesia as a whole. There are two main types of tourists - the "traditional" Tahitti, which has a rich cultural history and the "Tahsiti" culture. As a historical site, Raiatea is one of these islands, also known as the "Tahitian Islands," which offer a variety of cultural, religious and religious traditions as well as cultural and economic opportunities.

The archipelago society, considered the "heart and soul" of French Polynesia, brings together the most famous islands of Polynesia. Together with the influence of European explorers, Tahiti has created a diverse culture with its island history. An example of this cultural renaissance in the South Pacific is the so-called "group of the wind" in French Polynesia. This chain, which comprises more than 1,000 islands and a population of about 1.5 million people, consists of three main islands: Tahiti, New Zealand and New South Wales.

The term Tahiti is often used as a metonym for the inhabitants of the various atolls. This practice seems to exist on all the islands that are collectively known as the "Polynesian Triangle," an area bordered by the Pacific Ocean, the Indian Ocean and the South Pacific, as well as the Atlantic. The Tahiti Islands comprise five large archipelagos with 118 islands and a total area of about 1.5 million square kilometers. Islands otherwise known as French Polynesia are islands from all over the world and are the largest and most populous of all the islands, consisting of French Polynesia with more than 1,000 islands.

Tahiti was ruled by the Pomare dynasty until 1847, when their queen Pomares finally accepted the French protection of the islands of Tahiti and Moorea, but within a few years it became a synthetic kingdom that technically included the other groups that France claimed in Eastern Polynesia. In 1957, France constituted it as an overseas territory, which was called French Polynesian territory. Tahitian political dynasty, whose family was led by King Pomarare V Until 1845 it was ruled by Queen Pomaringes, who ruled it from 1846 to 1848, with the exception of a brief period in 1843-44, when it finally took over the French protection on the island of Trois-Saint-Gervais, and then again from 1850 to 1861.

French influence in Tahiti is still undeniable, and although the modern Pacific Islands take great pride in their ancient Polynesian heritage, it is not the only one. The French culture of the Polynesians is the Circle Island Tour, which brings you directly to the main island Tahiti. You can immerse yourself in the history and culture of Polynesia by setting off from the coconut groves of the lagoon and admiring the beautiful landscape of the island with its beautiful beaches and natural beauty.

Visitors can also appreciate the handicrafts and products produced on the islands, such as production, painting, woodworking, ceramics and other crafts. Many of the places to visit in Tahiti can be expensive, such as Bora Bora and Moorea, but there are many islands that guarantee that most of these works of art can be found on a budget for a backpacker. A trip to French Polynesia is the escape you are looking for, whether you enjoy the beautiful beaches, the natural beauty or the unique culture of Polynesian culture, if not everything.

In July, Tahiti hosts a major cultural festival that illuminates the whole island with local dance and music. Those who travel to the islands of Tahati in July will be lucky to witness this dance tradition. You should watch the dance shows, because the recent revival of Tahitian dance is wonderful to watch.

Tahiti is home to one of the biggest events of the year, the annual Tahiti Festival, an annual celebration of Tahiti dance and music. The event takes place on the island of Bonaire, where the great festival is held every year on July 4th and 5th. It is the largest festival of its kind in North America and the second largest in Europe.

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