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Travel Dates: October 17-26, 2024 - 10 days, 9 nights
Flights - Arrive on October 17 in the early morning at the Tahiti Faaa International Airport (PPT). Look at non-stop flights from LAX, SFO, or SEA. Depart on Oct 26 late evening preferred. (Airlines: Air Tahiti Nui, Air France, Delta, United, French Bee or Air Caraibes)
Islands: Tahiti, Maupiti, Tikehau + Moorea
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- 3 nights on Maupiti
- 3 nights on Tikehau
- 3 nights on Tahiti
Maupiti is a tiny island (10km all around), secluded and authentic. Maupiti will immediately seduce you with its splendor and quiet pace of life. Magnificent sceneries, endless white sandy beaches both on the island and the motu, legendary rocky peaks, and ancient marae all blend nicely with the friendly and smiling style of the islanders. The unmatched charm of this island is reflected in every inhabitant and Tahitian Guesthouses where you will be introduced to the Polynesian lifestyle. Here, people mostly travel riding a bicycle or a canoe, which are marvelous ways to take your time and explore the beauties of the island. Stroll along the little road circling Maupiti or in the heart of the lagoon and enjoy every single moment of your time in The Islands of Tahiti.
Tikehau is a small, circular atoll neighboring Rangiroa in the Tuamotu Archipelago. The lagoon, formed by an almost unbroken ring of continuous coral, resembles an immense natural swimming pool. This atoll encapsulates the meaning of going off the grid. This small, cherished atoll consists of countless tiny white and pink sand islets engulfed in coconut groves and hidden alcoves. In Tikehau, which actually means "peaceful landing," you will find nothing but absolute serenity on her calm and graceful shores. Diving and snorkeling are the two main attractions in Tikehau. The best diving is found on the western shore around the Tuheiava Pass, the only navigable entry into the lagoon. You will encounter reef sharks and the occasional manta ray, but the appeal here is the enormous population of colorful fish. Some of the more common species include tuna, snapper, barracuda, lionfish, clownfish, and parrotfish.
the largest of islands in French Polynesia
, towers over the South Pacific Ocean like a proud and royal Queen. The mountainous interior and coast of Tahiti, French Polynesia is adorned with mystical valleys, coral reefs, crystal clear waters, awe-inspiring overwater bungalows streams, and high waterfalls. As you travel throughout the islands of French Polynesia and the Tahitian Islands, the island of Tahiti slowly unveils its beauty. It can be explored in many different ways: black sand beaches on the East Coast, white sand beaches on the West Coast, diving, beginner’s and legendary surf spots, mountainous peaks within desert lush valleys, at a luxurious Tahiti resort, or the historic site of Papeete’s colorful market and, oh, so much more.
NOTE: Final itinerary will be provided about 2 weeks prior to departure.