Tahiti, Pacific

Tahiti belongs to the French Polynesian Windward group of islands and is the largest among all. Located in the Southern Pacific Ocean, Tahiti is segregated into two distinct parts: Tahiti Nui, the larger northwestern part and Tahiti Iti, the southwestern part.

The island emerged as a result of volcanic activity. Beautiful coral reefs surround this tall and mountainous island. Tahiti is famous as French Polynesia’s cultural, political and economic center. Papeete is the collectivity’s capital and can be found on the northwestern coast. It is home to the region’s single international airport.

The landscape of Tahiti boasts of beautiful green rainforests and several streams, such as the Papenoo River located on the north.

Transportation in Tahiti

For a special occasion, cruise away to Tahiti.

Tahitian Cultures

Exploring Tahiti

Tahiti’s Cuisine

Activities in Tahiti

Travelling Tips to Tahiti

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