The Islands of Tahiti welcomes you to explore the islands through our virtual series. We bring you our stories of life in our island paradise. You can join us to plant coral, learn Polynesian dance, or go for a virtual hike.
Tahiti comes to you
Until we can welcome you again know that our spirit of Mana is waiting for you. The Islands of Tahiti welcomes you to explore the islands through our virtual series. We bring you our stories of life in our island paradise. You can join us to plant coral, learn Polynesian dance, or go for a virtual hike.
Practicing ‘ori tahiti
Polynesian dance remains a powerful, potent artform, especially when accompanied by the harmonic voices of the Polynesians, the thunder of traditional drums and plaintive song of conch shells.
Dive in the polynesian waters
It’s only natural that the sea around these islands is both figuratively and literally a clear blue heaven on earth. The warm waters that surround The Islands of Tahiti teem with life from flirty clown fish to ever-present sharks to awe-inspiring humpback whales.
Join a culinary tour and discover local food
The Islands of Tahiti benefits from fantastic weather all year round. It’s a virtual Garden of Eden, where exuberance and abundance go hand in hand. In this sunny country, farmers grow a wide variety of fruits, spices and vegetables which are transformed into aromatic and exotic dishes to delight the senses.
Live like a local in the guesthouses
Tahitian Guesthouses, sometimes called pensions, are family-operated accommodations located throughout The Islands of Tahiti. They offer a unique glimpse into authentic Tahitian culture and an opportunity to connect with the locals. Join us to discover what makes a Tahitian Guesthouse an authentic and memorable way to stay in The Islands of Tahiti.
Find yourself amazed by the turquoise waters. This is a novel way to enjoy the view from the sky, solo or in tandem. Flying up to 1000 feet above an improbable palette of turquoise is an experience you’ll remember forever.
Marae : discovering the sacred sites
Marae, or religious stone temples, are found throughout The Islands of Tahiti. In ancient times, they important places for religious, political and social gatherings, they are still considered sacred sites today. No trip to The Islands of Tahiti is complete without visiting a marae and contemplating the spirit of Mana which resides there. Explore a marae and learn why these sites are so significant to Polynesian culture and history.
Go for outdoors adventures
There are so many ways to discover the outdoors in The Islands of Tahiti, and so many opportunities for hikes and excursions in island valleys. Excursions in off-road vehicles make it easy to effortlessly explore the mountainous, inner isles.