Steeped in history, Tahiti is the largest of the Society Islands and the largest island in the Windward group of French Polynesia where you'll find the remote Moorea which plays hosts to cloud-ringed volcanoes, Bora Bora which bewitches with its Technicolor lagoon, while Taha'a is scented with vanilla.
Whatever your version of paradise you're sure to find it here. Discover Tahiti, the interior of the island offers unforgettable opportunities for exploration; discover impressive waterfalls, archaeological sites and grottoes aplenty.
And there is no forgetting one of the most impressive features of Tahiti, that being its beaches. Opaque turquoise sea swash onto the glistening white sands, Tahiti's beaches are the ultimate symbol of a wonderland.
With a sea full of life, spend your days admiring the bounty of sea life, or head to Moorea for a shopping experience at their small boutiques and markets, or take it easy and soak up the hot climates of Tahiti, followed by a romantic evening meal at Bora Bora, where there is a variety of restaurants for you to sample.
Language: Tahitian and French are the official languages, although English is widely spoken Currency: French Pacific Franc (CFP). It is also worth taking some US Dollars. Flight duration: Approximately 21 hours 50 minutes (one stop) Time difference: GMT -10 hours Capital: Papeete
Tahiti Holidays Fact File
HIGH SEASON May - October
FLIGHT DURATION 23 hours 45 minutes
UK AIRPORT OPTIONS London Heathrow
DIRECT FLIGHTS No
COUNTRY COMBINATIONS New Zealand, Singapore, Los Angeles,
CURRENCY Pacific Franc and Euro
TIME DIFFERENCE + 12 hours
LANGUAGE French and English
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