Tahiti is a great location for honeymooners or for those who just need a get away. It has miles of shoreline and many great resorts. Tahiti is the largest of French Polynesia’s 118 islands.
This modern and luxurious resort allows you to relax and let go. Each room provides the ultimate in comfort. Each room has air conditioning, tea and coffee maker, flat screen satellite TV, on demand video system, Wi-Fi internet, iPod/MP3 player dock with alarm clock, direct line telephone, bathroom with separate bath and shower, hairdryer, iron and ironing table. The hotel features the Wellness Center spa treatments, pool, snorkeling, kayaking, cooking lessons, and art gallery, and boat and helicopter excursions.
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The InterContinental Tahiti Resort & Spa is a lavish hotel that everyone will enjoy. It has two spectacular infinity pools and offers a wide range of activities. They have locally renowned restaurants and tropical bars. They have a great spa where you can de-stress, as well as a fitness center.
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This luxurious resort accommodates both business and leisure travelers. This hotel features one of the islands largest infinity pools. It offers a wide selection of a 121 luxurious rooms and suits. Each room has authentic Polynesian décor. This hotel ensures comfort and relaxation throughout your stay. You can go golfing, surfing, scuba diving and snorkeling, or just relax on the beach.
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This beautiful pearly white beach is located on Tahiti’s southern shore. People say that the waters are unbelievably clear. The waters and clean and warm. They are also shallow and calm. The beach has a great snack bar and serves delicious seafood.
The Fautaua Waterfall is located in the verdant Fautaua Valley. This waterfall’s natural sparkling water cascades 985 feet down into a large pool. To get there you must hike there. The best way to get there is in a group or with a tour guide.
This unique beach has ebony sands and clear blue South Pacific waters. There is barely any tourist action there; therefore the beach is very peaceful and quiet.
Papeete is capital city of French Polynesia. There are great stores, and restaurants. The food in the city is great! There are Chinese, French and Italian cuisines. Papeete is situated on Tahiti’s northwest coast, just northeast of Faa’a International Airport, and can be reached by car.
Moorea, Tahiti’s sister island, is known for its beautiful landscapes and beaches. It’s known for its famous Magic Mountain that is covered with lush foliage. The beaches there are great for snorkeling and diving. You can visit the Morea Dolphin Center at the lagoonarium where you can observe beautiful marine animals. The lagoonarium gives you the opportunity to get up close and personal with sharks, stingrays, and hundreds of colorful fish.
The Museum of Tahiti and Her Islands serves to educating visitors about the island. The museum is divided into four different sections. These sections include geography and natural history, pre-European culture, colonization, and natural wonders.
This Beautiful garden has more than 75 plant species from all over the world. The garden is very well maintained and peaceful. The gardens are located about 30 miles southeast of Papeete and there is no entry fee.