When you picture The Islands of Tahiti you naturally imagine an overwater bungalow, which isn’t surprising, because they originated in Polynesia. To be able to get up and dive straight into the lagoon is the stuff that dreams are made of! But the hotels also have a more traditional style of bungalow on the beach or in the garden. Other forms of accommodation have their own advantages. A Tahitian Guesthouse is a chance to meet the locals and an immediate insight into the Polynesian way of life, especially if you take the full board option. For a different experience altogether, you can charter a skippered yacht or catamaran and be rocked to sleep by the gentle rhythm of the waves. It’s a great way of traveling from island to island, which you can also do on a cruise ship, if you prefer. And of course, there’s a vast choice of vacation rentals; superb apartments and villas, some with their own pool. And if you want to get back to nature, there’s a choice of campsites in superb locations. But wherever you choose to stay, a warm welcome awaits you in The Islands of Tahiti.
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