French Polynesia

Tahiti, Bora Bora, Moorea

Destination French Polynesia

If you are seeking a vacation spot that is as close to paradise as it gets, French Polynesia would be the perfect option for you! With over 100 of the most exotic Islands, stunning black and white sand beaches, breathtaking waterfalls, rugged backcountry and unique accommodation options, French Polynesia provides the perfect getaway from the hustle of the modern world and allows you just to relax and unwind. French Polynesia welcomed over 190,000 visitors in 2017 and is poised to continue to grow as a premiere exotic destination, if you are considering taking that magical trip to French Polynesia, here are some guidelines that will help you to have a perfect vacation!
Visit Tahiti Over-water Bungalow
Bora Bora Over-water Bungalow
Bora Bora Things-to-Do
Visit Tahiti Bungalow Blue Water
Bora Bora Sunrise

Getting to French Polynesia

The best airport to fly from to get to French Polynesia is Los Angeles. There are daily flights available on, Air France, Air Tahiti, American Airlines, Quantas Airlines and other major airlines out of LAX to Tahiti. The typical flying time is over eight hours to get to Tahiti and then short flights of less than an hour to the other major Islands such as Bora Bora and Moorea.

Where to go in French Polynesia

The islands of French Polynesia are as exotic as they get, and it will take you a while to explore all of over 100 alluring islands present. You can, however, start your journey through French Polynesia with the larger islands of Tahiti, Bora Bora, and Moorea.
Bora Bora Airport

Tahiti

Tahiti is the largest and most populous of the French Polynesian Islands and is divided into Tahiti Nui, which is the larger western section of the Island and Tahiti Lti – the eastern section. Tahiti is also the most visited island in French Polynesia and is highly recommended due to the myriad of attractions available to the discerning traveler. Some of the attractions that should not be missed include beaches such as; Plage de Toaroto white sand Beach, Lafayette black sand beach, La Plage de Maui white sand beach, the Plage du Mahana white sand beach and the Plage de Taharuu black sand beach. These are some of the most stunning and naturally beautiful beaches, you will find anywhere in the world. Tahiti is also packed with historical museums for you to explore, you should not miss visiting the Robert Wan Pearl Museum, the Museum of Tahiti, Paul Gauguin Museum and the Manua Exquisite Tahitian Art Museum. Tahiti is also blessed with beautiful waterfalls such as the Faarumai Waterfalls and the Tahiti Nui Waterfalls. There are also hiking trails available for you to enjoy if you crave rugged outdoor activities.

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Bora Bora

Bora Bora is the dream destination for many a couple; the island has the reputation of an exotic and romantic paradise made for lovers. The island is home to top-notch resorts including exotic over-water bungalows that have gained acclaim worldwide. The island is also known for its stunning beaches and is also a favorite destination for scuba diving enthusiasts. When you travel to Bora Bora, you should not miss the Playa Matira beach, the Otemanu lagoon and coral reef, the Naval Museum of Bora Bora and the Fitiiu lookout point.

Moorea

Moorea is another island in the French Polynesia archipelago that is a mixture of alluring white sand beaches and rugged volcanic mountains. The island also has a rich cultural heritage and is suitable for you, whether you just want to relax on a beach, hike a scenic mountain trail or learn about the exciting culture of the local people. Interesting attractions on the island include; the Tiki Village Cultural center, Belvedere Lookout, Opunohu Bay and Tiahura Beach. The Tiki Village Center is an upbeat cultural center that hosts live performances and events. It is the perfect place to visit for a night of traditional fun and entertainment while visiting the island of Moorea. Opunohu Bay and Tiahura beach are pristine natural attractions to spend some time while on the island of Moorea.
Moorea French Polynesia

When to Visit French Polynesia

French Polynesia is a collection of tropical islands and as such the temperatures are high throughout the year, ranging from 24 degrees to 32 degrees. You can, therefore, visit at any time throughout the year. However, rainy season is between November and April and the dry season is between June and August, which is the busiest months for tourists and also the most expensive time to visit. If you visit outside of these months, your travel costs will be more affordable.
When to Go Visit French Polynesia