Tahiti’s Society Islands are among its most well-known and most visited. They are comprised of the Windward Islands or Iles du Vent, and the Leeward Islands, or Iles sous le Vent. The most visited Windward Islands are Tahiti, Moorea, and Tetiaroa. And the Leeward Islands are Huahine, Raiatea, Taha’a, Bora Bora, and Maupiti.
The Tuamotu Archipelago is located northeast of Tahiti, and includes 78 islands and atolls. Most well-known are the atolls of Rangiroa, Manihi, Tikehau and Fakarava. On these stunning atolls the visitor will find a plethora of exciting activities, including world-class scuba diving, deep-sea fishing, and black pearl farms.
Rangiroa is a beautifully isolated, pristine paradise. It may not be the first island on your Tahiti itinerary, but if "total seclusion" and "complete serenity" are items on your list then Rangiroa will be calling your name...Read More
Tikehau has a reputation for being the ideal island escape for the self-proclaimed beach lover. The word Tikehau itself actually means "peaceful landing", so you can imagine just how tranquil this paradise...Read More
Fakarava is a beautifully preserved and totally secluded paradise. Known as the "Island of Dreams," this distant atoll is like something out of a fairytale. In fact, Fakarava has such a pure and rich ecosystem...Read More
Manihi is just one of the 78 Tuamotu Atolls. It's a quick 30-minute flight from Tahiti, yet you will feel like you've travelled to the very ends of the earth. If you're looking for a small, almost "deserted" island feel...Read More
Known as the "Land of Men," the Marquesas are admired for their lush, untamed landscapes. There are very few coastal plains or white-sand beaches, but the rugged terrain and sharp, majestic peaks of these distant islands are something to be seen.
Nuku Hiva is home to many rare and marvelous attractions including the magnificent black-sand beach of Anaho, submarine caverns that shelter an impressive variety of flora and fauna and the Hakaui Valley waterfall, the third highest in the world...Read More