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The Islands of Tahiti

Tahiti – Moorea – Bora Bora – The three most popular islands in the South Pacific that evoke a peaceful state of mind, romantic honeymoons in an overwater bungalow and vacationers looking to escape and unwind.

Celebrate a new romance or a special anniversary in the most romantic spot on earth. Experience true relaxation and rejuvenation at world-class spas while nurtured by the tropical ambience. Enjoy sun-drenched white sand beaches, tranquil lagoons and turquoise waves on colorful coral reefs.

Cruise the legendary South Pacific aboard luxurious cruise ships including the Paul Gauguin and Windstar Cruises sailing yacht visiting exotic ports.

Closer than you think

Only 8 hours from Los Angeles with daily nonstop flights on Air Tahiti Nui and Air France. Less than 6 hours from Honolulu with nonstop flights on Hawaiian Airlines.

Tahiti Travel Packages

Featured Tahiti Hotel

The Brando

The Brando

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Our 5-Star classification designates those select properties that provide exquisite service and amenities. The discriminating traveler will find the accommodations, ambiance, dining, and staff assistance of the highest caliber. These properties offer the utmost in luxury and will provide an outstanding experience.

This all-inclusive luxury eco-resort features 36 beachfront villas with private plunge pools and luxurious amenities.

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If your daydreams include swimming through blue-green lagoons where schools of tropical fish tickle your feet, while lush mountains tower above endless seas, it’s time to turn your island fantasies into an exotic tropical vacation in the French Polynesian islands of Tahiti.

Merely eight hours from Southern California, these enchanting South Pacific isles boast such mystical names as Moorea, Bora Bora and Rangiroa. Explore one or several of Tahiti’s romantic 118 islands stretching more than 2 million square miles across the South Pacific, where islanders speak Tahitian, French and English.

The most challenging part of your Tahitian vacation will be deciding exactly where to go. Wherever you land, you can feel the mana, or life force, in the gentle trade winds, turquoise waves and magical smiles washing across friendly faces. It is always the perfect time to experience the natural wonders, cooling rains, ancient cultures, and fragrant vanilla plantations and tiare flowers of the Islands of Tahiti.

What To Do

Snorkel in the crystal-clear waters surrounding the sparkling isles of Tahiti, Moorea and Bora Bora. Dive for exquisite Tahitian black pearls. Peer into a sparkling ocean teeming with tropical fish from your overwater bungalow. Go sportfishing and scuba diving. Speak French with the locals at Tahiti’s colorful marketplace, Le Marché, in the capital city of Papeete.

Explore Raiatea’s sacred marae (stone statues) at Taputapuatea, considered the original home of the ancient Polynesian people. Cruise along Raiatea’s relaxing Faaroa River, the only navigable river in Tahiti. And sample some wine from the world’s only vineyard on an atoll at Rangiroa’s Vin de Tahiti. To see the most of the islands, consider one of several Tahiti cruises, including small ship and luxury yacht cruises in the South Pacific.

When to Go

There are nearly 3,000 sunny hours per year smiling on these blessed isles. Average temperatures range between 71 F and 80 F during the dryer season from March to November. During the warmer, rainier months of December through February, the temperatures generally fall between 77 and 95. This season also sees short bursts of rain, lasting about 30 minutes. July is a popular time to visit the island of Tahiti, during the annual Heiva Tahiti month-long celebration of traditional Polynesian culture in Papeete.