Set deep in the South Pacific, almost exactly halfway between Australia and the US’ western coast, Te Ao Maohi - or as its more commonly known French Polynesia - comprises nearly 118 islands, stretching over some 2000KM of ocean waters.
From breathtaking azure lagoons and untouched beaches, to lush tropical forests and soaring volcanic peaks, the Polynesian islands’ are characterized by idyllic, postcard-perfect landscapes - home to an array of spectacular flora and fauna, and a host of world-class hotels and resorts - which, combined with the laid-back outlook and warmth of the locals, makes this remote archipelago truly one of the planets most paradisiacal destinations.
Experience the breathtaking natural beauty of this paradisiacal archipelago on this 8 day tour of some of its most beautiful islands, including Tahiti, Bora Bora, Mo'orea, and the lesser-visited Huahine-Iti, Taha'a and Raiatea.Book Now
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An 8 day tour encompassing some of French Polynesia's most stunning destinations, inclusive of accommodation, in-country transport, meals and expert guides.Book Now
There are no direct flights from the UK to French Polynesia. The quickest and easiest route is from London to Los Angeles with Air New Zealand, and then on to Tahiti with Air Tahiti Nui.
September is the best month to visit as the weather is dry and warm and peak tourist season is drawing to a close.
We recommend a minimum of 6 days.
As French Polynesia is an overseas collectivity of France, UK citizens do not require a visa to enter the country.
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