Aerial View Over White Sandy Beach on Motu in Fakarava Tahiti Tourisme © Jim WinterAerial View Over White Sandy Beach on Motu in Fakarava Tahiti Tourisme
©Aerial View Over White Sandy Beach on Motu in Fakarava Tahiti Tourisme|Jim Winter
Crystal clear water and white sandy beaches

A taste of paradise

A palette of colors

Lagoons in 50 shades of blue. Waterfalls and rivers that defy the imagination. Endless sandy beaches just waiting for you to stretch out and catch some sun.  A profusion of brightly-colored fish. So just relax and enjoy, you’re in The Islands of Tahiti.

Shades of blue in Fakarava Tahiti Tourisme © Jim WinterShades of blue in Fakarava Tahiti Tourisme
©Shades of blue in Fakarava Tahiti Tourisme|Jim Winter

A new beach every day

CLEAR AND TRANSPARENT

Better than a picture postcard

Crystal clear waters and fine sandy beaches which will add a touch of paradise to your Instagram page. Take a trip to Point Venus, to Taharu’u or to Tautira, where the fine soft sand is black. Or go to Tikehau or Rangiroa, where some of the beaches are pink!  And everywhere, the clear, transparent water of the lagoons and rivers is simply breathtaking.
The Islands of Tahiti certainly live up to their reputation as a dream destination. But there’s lots more to discover than beautiful beaches, because The Islands of Tahiti abound with hidden treasures.

WHAT DO YOU NEED FOR THE BEACH ?

The sun is hot in The Islands of Tahiti, even first thing in the morning! So make sure you have sun cream, a hat, and plenty of water. And if you’re going snorkeling, be careful not to get a sunburned back!

PLENTY TO SEE…

And a sea of plenty

The Islands of Tahiti are as beautiful beneath the waves as they are majestic above them. A paradise of breathtaking beauty where surfers are sure to find the perfect wave, divers will encounter sealife beyond their wildest dreams, and dreamers will awake each morning to the most beautiful scenery in the world. Gourmets will delight in delicious dishes of local produce and fishes caught that same day in the lagoon or out in the deep sea. Sounds inviting? Then come and meet the welcoming islanders who make all that possible!

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