The vibrant sapphire blue of the ocean, the dazzling white of the coral sands, the brilliant greens of the coconut palms...
...the colors of Tahiti and her many islands.
Made up of 118 islands and atolls spread across five archipelagos, to be precise! French Polynesia has attracted explorers, inspired writers and artists, like Paul Gaugin for over 200 years.
Climate: Most of the rain falls between December and February with temperatures from 22-30 degrees Celsius. March to November temperatures usually sit between 18-22 degrees Celsius.
Entry Requirements: Most Nationalities require a Passport valid for 6 months from Arrival.
Currency: The French Polynesian currency unit is the French Pacific Franc.
Departure Tax: Nil.
Tipping: There is no tipping in Tahiti.
Electricity: Most hotels have both 110 volts and 220 volts/60 cycles.
Location: Tahiti is in the same time zone as the Hawaiian islands and is about the same distance below the equator as Hawaii is above it.