Located in the Pacific Ocean about halfway between California and Australia, the Islands of Tahiti are a truly magical destination for any occasion. Just the mention of “Tahiti” evokes visions of an idyllic tropical paradise with stunning beaches, crystal clear lagoon waters and a welcoming local culture. You will find a wide array of luxury resort accommodations, culinary delights, spa services, land & water based activities and much more to satisfy all of your vacation desires. These islands are the place where your dreams of paradise can become a reality!
French Polynesia consists of 118 islands that are primarily divided into five main island groups
Below please find a list of our favorite islands in French Polynesia. Our team visits the area frequently and we are happy to provide our unique insight into the resorts, excursions, restaurants, spas and more. We can certainly help you customize your perfect itinerary that visits as many of these as you like!
These Windward Islands are a tropical dream! Amazing blue lagoon waters and white sand beaches abound at the many excellent resort choices. Choose between various land & water activities or just relax on the private deck of your overwater bungalow. There is something for everyone in the Society Islands!
Raiatea & Taha’a
The Tuamotu Islands, with the pristine beauty of their lagoons and unique underwater worlds, offer some of the best diving in the world. This region is more remote and consist of 77 atolls spread over 930 miles.
The Marquesan people call their islands “Te Henua ‘Enana”, the “Land of Men”. This unique landscape is painted with legendary high cliffs, volcanic peaks, wild nature settings and amazing beaches.
This archipelago is the most remote and the least populated region of French Polynesia. With only 1,000 inhabitants, there are four main mountainous islands lying within the same lagoon with dozens of smaller islets, called motu.
Located south of The Island of Tahiti on the Tropic of Capricorn, these islands represent the southernmost boundary of French Polynesia. The climate is cooler than in Tahiti and the shape and ecology of these self-sufficient islands make them a charming world apart.