Black sand beach of Tahiti

All Inclusive Resorts in Tahiti, French Polynesia

Mesmerising waters, lush tropical islands, remarkable sunsets and an endless array of colourful marine flora and fauna; Tahiti and her islands epitomise the romantic imagery of the South Pacific.

Tahiti is known as the cultural, economic and political centre of French Polynesia. It is also the most populous French Polynesian island and one of the most visited too. There are plenty of things to do in Tahiti including water fun, museums and opportunities to get that much closer to nature. When deciding where to stay in Tahiti, you are bound to come across some big names in the hospitality industry including the Intercontinental Tahiti Resort. You could book a Tahiti overwater bungalow for a few nights at the Manava Suite Resort Tahiti, to explore the island before heading off to Bora Bora, Moorea, Tikehau, Fakarava or Raiatea.

Tahiti water and nature activities

A visit to the French Polynesian Islands will never be complete without visiting the local beaches at least once during your stay. Whether you spend the whole day at Punaaui Beach or simply take an evening stroll and enjoy the romantic sunset, it’s a free activity that should be at the top of every tourist’s list.

There are a number of areas that you should definitely visit when on your holidays in Tahiti. Especially if you are a nature enthusiast or simply enjoy gazing upon the seemingly never ending flow of water as it cascades down a rock face. The Fautaua Waterfall and Faarumai Waterfalls are the most famous and spectacular. If anything, make sure that you at least visit one of these lovely tranquil spots.

The Maraa Grotto is another popular spot for nature lovers. The black water helps give the illusion that the cave is smaller than it really is. It is a great place to escape the summer heat and simply enjoy some of nature’s wonderful creations.

Other things to do in Tahiti

For the full tourist experience, you have to visit at least one or two of the local museums and historical sites. The Musee de la Perle Robert WAN (The Robert WAN Pearl Museum) is truly a one of a kind museum. There are none like it in the entire world and it has a collection of exhibits that detail the art, history and mythology surrounding pearls.

For a glimpse into the local culture and history, visit the Museum of Tahiti and the Islands. Here you can learn all about the island’s history, culture and ethnology.

Point Venus is an important and beautiful historical location. This is the very point at which the famous Captain Cook landed and the black sands are truly an unusual and remarkable sight.

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