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Tahiti and her 117 sister islands comprise what is known as French Polynesia. French Polynesia covers a massive two million square miles in the South Pacific, an area about the size of Western Europe.
French Polynesia is divided into five archipelagos: The Society Islands, which includes the Leeward Islands and Windward Islands, the Tuamotu Archipelago, the Gambier Islands, the Marquesas, and the Austral Islands. Some islands have jagged mountainous
peaks, while others are flat atolls barely floating atop the sea.
Honeymooners, divers, and travelers looking to get away from it all flock to French Polynesia. The islands are also full of history and rich cultural traditions. Explore important marae, or sacred spots that served religious purposes in Polynesian culture.
Visit the beach on which Captain James Cook landed or explore the Gauguin museum and grounds to see some of the last works of artist Paul Gauguin.
Tahitian black pearls are one of the best souvenirs to purchase in French Polynesia, but be sure to do your research. Pearls are rated and priced accordingly. Only buy certified pearls as some are imitation or inferior grade. You can visit the Pearl Museum
in Tahiti to learn more before making a purchase.
French Polynesia enjoys a moderate tropical climate with the summer falling between November and April. Tahiti is located in a remote area of the South Pacific, served by flights coming in from destinations like Los Angeles, Tokyo, and New Zealand. The
other way to visit French Polynesia is on a cruise that either originates in Tahiti or combines itineraries with stops in Hawaii or other
South Pacific regions. Within French Polynesia, Air Tahiti offers domestic flights between a number of islands, but they can be pricey.
In French Polynesia, you can:
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