The Society Islands
The Society Islands

Where the warm winds blow

Leeward Islands Windward Islands

The Windward and Leeward Islands

The Society Islands are composed of the Windward and Leeward Islands. Two names which remind you that the constant warm temperature throughout the year is due to the effect of the trade winds.

Explore the Society Islands
Explore the Society Islands
Explore the Society Islands
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The Society Islands consist of Moorea, Tahiti and Tetiaroa (the Windward Islands), and Bora Bora, Raiatea, Taha’a, Huahine and Maupiti (the Leeward Islands). Eight islands which collectively offer the largest choice to tourists visiting The Islands of Tahiti. In these islands everything is possible: sport, nature, culture, history, gastronomy, shopping, well-being. So go ahead, try it all!

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Secret spots

The other Society Islands

There are some other, more discreet and secluded islands in this archipelago
Come closer and we’ll let you in on a few secrets.

Aerial View of Tupai - Tahiti Tourisme © Grégoire Le BaconAerial View of Tupai - Tahiti Tourisme
©Aerial View of Tupai - Tahiti Tourisme|Grégoire Le Bacon

In the shape of a heart, Tupai  is the epitome of a lover’s island! This tiny isle close to Bora Bora is only accessible by boat or helicopter and there is no accommodation once you get there. However, there is a magnificent white sandy beach where honeymooners can share a few romantic hours. Ideal for taking a photo of the bride in (or out of!) her wedding dress.

Aerial View of Maiao by Chantal Alexandre Tahiti Iti © Tahiti HeritageAerial View of Maiao by Chantal Alexandre Tahiti Iti
©Aerial View of Maiao by Chantal Alexandre Tahiti Iti |Tahiti Heritage

Maiao, is Tabu island, the forbidden island. Not far from Moorea, only certain charter boats are authorized to go there. A long time ago, a case of land appropriation aroused the anger of the island’s inhabitants and anyone wishing to visit today must be able to prove their good intentions. For those lucky enough to be allowed to visit, there is crab fishing, hiking and an ATV safari tour.

Mehetia South Coast © Tahiti HeritageMehetia South Coast
©Mehetia South Coast|Tahiti Heritage

Mehetia, the secret isle, is only accessible by boat. Situated 110 km east of Tahiti, it is almost totally uninhabited. Difficult to get to, it is an island that guards its secrets well. Perfect for adventurers!