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Tahiti Travel Guide

Tahiti is a gorgeous tropical archipelaggio, home to 118 idyllic islands. With a rich history, luscious landscape, perfect white beaches, clear blue waters, and memorable overwater bungaloes, Tahiti is a holiday location unlike any other.

Tahiti is home to around 50,000 residents, with the majority of them living in Tahiti Nui, a suburb on the island’s north shore. When visiting Tahiti, travellers can visit the famous sites of Moorea, Bora Bora, and Raiatea, all of which are home to unique and unforgettable attractions.

In this article, we’ll cover your one-stop guide to the best attractions on Tahiti, from unique accommodation to unmissable activities.

Must see Tahiti attractions

Include Moorea’s I’Orai Beach, Bora Bora’s famous Mamanuca Islands, and Raiatea’s magnificent beaches.

On Moorea, visitors can enjoy the stunning scenery of the majestic lagoon, lagoons and mountainsides. A variety of water sports and activities are available including snorkelling, diving, surfing, swimming, windsurfing, kayaking, sailing, and sailing.

The famous Mamanuca Islands of Bora Bora, Taha’a, and Maupiti are home to the famous Moana Resort, Bora Bora Lagoon, and Le Ie Terre Beaches respectively. The Moana Resort is a collection of bungalows set in a lush tropical garden and surrounded by the sea. This is a great place to spend a relaxing holiday.

The Mamanuca Islands are a popular destination for visitors who like to sunbathe and swim. There are no roads on the islands so a boat ride is necessary to get to the various islands.

The Le Ie Terre Beaches on Raiatea are a popular spot for people looking for great beach time. The stunning beach is made up of white sand, which makes it very pleasant to lie on.

Best accomodation for your stay

Overwater bungalows

You can always rely on Bora Bora overwater bungalow when planning a holiday on the island. These beautiful wooden structures were once used as the living quarters for Tahitians who would dive deep under the water to harvest food and other materials from the depths. The overwater bungalow can easily accommodate 4 people, making it perfect for a romantic getaway or family vacation. You can also rent out these bungalows to guests and make money from your own little piece of paradise.

Many of the island’s best resorts offer these bungalows, so it’s easy to find one that suits your budget and needs. You can book a bungalo through a travel agent or directly from the resort itself.

5-Star Resorts

There are many different types of accommodation on Tahiti. Whether you are looking for a luxury resort, boutique hotel, bed & breakfast, hostel, or something in between, you will be sure to find exactly what you’re looking for here.

If you want to stay in a luxury resort, you have a number of choices. From the opulent Tahitian Spa and Tepapa Resort, to the luxury of the Puna, and the romantic luxury of the Puna.

Activities to do while in Tahiti

There are so many activities to do during your time in Tahiti. Tahiti has beautiful beaches. They range from the calm secluded beaches of Taharu to the large, open beach of Hatiheu. There are many options when it comes to choosing which beach to visit. Most of them are popular among both tourists and locals alike. Some are known for being the best surfing beaches in the world. From the beaches to the forests and everything in between, there are many activities to choose from during your holiday, including: 

  • Swimming
  • Snorkeling
  • Hiking
  • Visiting the beautiful beaches
  • Taking boat rides
  • Relaxing at the spa
  • Scuba diving
  • Horseback riding
  • Parasailing
  • Jet skiing
  • Shopping
  • Visiting the volcano
  • Watching the sunset
  • Visiting the wildlife reserve
  • Or just enjoying the tropical island lifestyle!

Enjoy your next holiday in Tahiti!

If you’re interested in choosing Tahiti as your next travel option, make sure to plan your visit out in advance! There are so many fun activities to choose from, and making yourself a list will help you choose which ones are a must on your next Tahiti and Bora Bora holiday

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