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Tahiti Travel Guide
Tahiti Travel and Accommodation Guide gives you free and independent tourist information to this exotic south pacific destination to help plan your travel itinerary. Our guide has over 30 pages of useful information with links to our recommended tahiti accommodation options.

If this is your first visit to French Polynesia, we suggest you start at our
Tahiti Travel Guide to give you an orientation about the country with general tourist information on how to get there, when to go and what to expect when you arrive.

If you want to skip the travel facts, view our detailed
Tahiti Accommodation Guide. We provide an overview of all accommodation on all islands with an overview of the price you can expect to pay. We link these to a comprehensive directory of hotels with full descriptions and pictures so you can make direct bookings.

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Tahiti Islands, officially known as French Polynesia, is a collection of over 100 islands in the South Pacific. The main island is
Tahiti, with its capital city of Papeete, is the largest of a collection of high volcanic islands in the Society Islands which is the main tourist destination. Off shore, less than ten minutes by plane, is the beautiful island of Moorea. The most popular island to visit is Bora Bora, slightly commercial but none-the-less breathtaking with a splendid lagoon. Between the two are the less visited but intersting islands of Huahine and the twin islands of Raiatea and Tahaa with good sailing.

The more distant Tuamotu Group comprises of lots of low lying coral atolls scattered in shallow turquoise lagoons and is popular with scuba diving enthusiasts. Even more remote is the Marquesas in the north are a remote collection of rugged high islands with cliffs tumbling straight to the ocean floor. Over one thousand kilometres from Tahiti is the seldom visited Austral and Gambier group of islands in the south are rarely visited by tourists.

Our guide has been thoroughly researched by our team of professional writers who visit the country each year to check out the latest developments and ensure the information we provide is accurate. To enhance the text information, we provide lots of unique pictures and maps to give you a clear impression of the country. We also provide useful links throughout our text so you can find out more about tours and accommodation and make reservations. We hope you will find everything you need to plan a successful and rewarding holiday to this little piece of paradise.

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Tourist Information

Getting Around
Money Matters
Facts & Figures
Package Holidays

Tahiti Island Guide

Tahiti Island
Papeete Town

Moorea Island

Bora Bora

Huahine Island
Raiatea & Tahaa
Maupiti Lagoon

Tuamotu Group
Marquesas Islands
Austral Islands

Tahiti Accommodation Guide

Holidays Planner

Beach Holidays
Golf Holidays
Dining Out

Top 10 Attractions


Scuba Diving

Eco Tourism

Village Visits
Whale Watching

Backpacking Guide

Tahiti Map

Tahiti Pictures

Other Travel Resources

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About Us

Pacific Travel Guides is a south pacific travel publisher providing free and unbiased tourist information on the Internet as well as coffee table photographic books to help travellers plan their holidays.

Please note that we are not a booking agent and are unable to offer personal advice, recommendations or a booking service nor are we set up to answer email enquiries about the region.

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