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Tour ID:121882
Ages:4 - 65
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Arrival:Faa'a International Airport (PPT)
Dates are flexible

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1st Nov - 30th Apr
1st May - 31st Oct

Bring new meaning to paradise with this tropical island hop in French Polynesia. Feel at home surrounded by crystal-clear blue lagoons and soft, white sandy beaches as you fly, sail, hike and swim your way around some of the most stunning pieces of French Polynesian landscape.

Example Itinerary

(B) Breakfast, (L) Lunch, (D) Dinner
  • Arrive on Tahiti and transfer to your accommodation
  • Included activities – dolphin experience
  • Optional additional activities
  • Overnight: Relais Fenua

Welcome to French Polynesia and your island paradise for the following fortnight. You begin your adventure in Tahiti, the largest of the Windward group of islands that make up the eastern portion of French Polynesia. You will be met upon arrival in Tahiti and given any assistance required to your 20-minute minibus transfer to Relais Fenua, home for the following two nights.

As one of the larger islands in French Polynesia and one of the most famous, Tahiti offers visitors a culture rich in indigenous chieftains and French colonisation, a diverse landscape of rugged mountains and white sandy beaches, and the friendliest locals around.

During your stay on Tahiti, you will have the opportunity to meet and swim (weather dependent) with the acrobatic Spinner dolphins as they play across the water and delight you with their tricks.

The rest of your time on Tahiti is yours to dictate how you wish to experience the island. A list of potential additional activities to suit a wide variety of travel tastes has been provided below (at extra cost) to spark your imagination.

Nature Activities:

  • Faarumai Waterfalls – Amongst the backdrop of tropical flowers and uphill lie these beautiful waterfalls. They are more accessible for visitors and are a shorter hike starting at the carpark that services the site.
  • Fautaua Waterfall – Just as beautiful as the Faarumai Waterfalls, the Fautaua Waterfall is a much more physically demanding hike and best conducted with a guide.
  • Island Tour – Take one of the many land or ocean tours that take you on a whirlwind tour of Tahiti and stop at the perfect destinations both on and off the island.
  • Vaipahi Gardens – These water gardens are a unique experience for all and are perfect for botany enthusiasts who wish to learn more about the plants native to Tahiti.
  • Harrison W. Smith Botanical Garden – Another perfect spot for botany enthusiasts, the garden is also ideal for wildlife spotting.

Cultural Activities:

  • Museum of Tahiti and her Islands – For cultural enthusiasts the museum is a must on any tour of Tahiti. Exhibits include antique and modern Polynesian artefacts from across the islands. If you cannot reach the physical museum during your stop in Tahiti, take a virtual tour on their website for an opportunity to experience traditional Polynesian life.
  • James Norman Hall Museum – Home of the famous American author, this charming museum is now home to Hall’s 3,000 volume book collection and a memorial to the man himself.
  • Papeete Market – Have your senses set alight with the bustling market in Tahiti’s main city selling everything from fresh fruit and vegetables, cooked street food, pearls and other trinkets.

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