A new way of entertainment in The Islands of Tahiti

A new way of entertainment in The Islands of Tahiti fr

The Islands of Tahiti have long been revered as paradise on earth. Comprised of 118 islands and atolls, spread across an area the size of Europe, the islands are home to dazzling aquamarine  lagoons, soaring mountain peaks, an array of friendly marine life and some of the most hospitable people you could ever hope to meet.

While the islands, with their unique culture, inviting beaches, laidback lifestyle and year-round tropical climate, provide plenty of incentive to visit, it’s the hypnotic, bluer-than-blue seas surrounding the country that continue to draw travellers in.

From the often-admired, well-known waters of Bora Bora, Moorea and the legendary Teahupo’o surf break off the coast of Tahiti Iti, to jaw-dropping, little known secret spots in Tahiti’s Tuamotu and Marquesas archipelagos, the nation’s crystal-clear, vibrant waters are a mecca for water lovers.

Teeming with sea life – from brightly coloured tropical fish to stingrays and black-tipped reef sharks – the oceans and lagoons surrounding the islands of Tahiti can best be described as a playground for surfers, snorkellers, divers, swimmers, yachties and increasingly, paddleboarders.

From the beginner to the seasoned professional, everyone can indulge their passion on the sun-soaked shores of French Polynesia.

Whether it’s your first time on a board or you’ve been a keen paddler for years, Tahiti has an offshore location for everyone, from calm lagoons for flat water paddlers to one of the island group’s more than 30 surfable waves.

There really is nowhere in the world more ideal or idyllic to stand up paddleboard.



 

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