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TAHITI

Tahiti is the heart of French Polynesia and it would be a pity not to visit the spectacular mountains and cascading waterfalls, secluded, beautiful black sand beaches and the distinct Polynesia sound that makes Tahiti a jewel in its own right. Explore the archaeological sites, the endless valleys divided by rivers and further afield the coastline splashed with wild passion fruit. In July take advantage of the most spectacular festival, the intense percussion and dance Heiva, and from July to October, whale watching, with fewer tourists than you would find in Moorea. Throughout the year there are high waves in Tehupoo and visitors can rent boats to get closer to professional surfers taking on the large waves.


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Activities & Tourist Attractions

  • The Three Waterfalls
  • Botanical Garden
  • Le Marche
  • The Arahoho
  • Arahurahu Marae
  • Tahiti Museum
  • King Pomare Cemetery
  • Ponte Venus

General Information

Altitude: 2,241 masl

Surface Area: 1,045 km²

Time Zone: UTC -10

Language: French and Tahitian

Currency: Pacific Franc

Voltage: 220 V

HOW TO GET THERE?

Tahiti’s main airport is the Faa’a International Airport, located approximately 5 km to the south east of Papeete. Tahiti’s port offers ferry services and is an accessible way to arrive.

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