Polynesia is an exotic destination in the heart of Oceania. Every year, a good number of visitors rush to enjoy its radiant sunshine, its culinary specialities, its dream setting, its breath-taking beaches, its unique atmosphere, its paradisiacal islands, etc. Polynesia is an archipelago of 118 islands to discover without moderation. Here are 3 islands to see absolutely during a stay in Polynesia.
Tahiti is undoubtedly included in this non-exhaustive list of islands to discover in Polynesia. It is both the largest and most populated of the Polynesian islands with an area of more than 1,000 km² and about 185,000 inhabitants. Tahiti Island attracts many holidaymakers for its countless tourist attractions. Here are some of the island’s must-see attractions: the Hakaui Valley, Tahaa vanilla, Te Fa’aiti Territorial Natural Park, Roses Sands, Rurutu Caves, Papeete, Papara, etc. Tahiti is really worth a visit during a tailor-made stay in Polynesia.
Huahine is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful islands in French Polynesia. Located about 170 km northwest of Tahiti, the island is a real little corner of paradise on earth that attracts thousands of visitors for its idyllic landscapes. It is a wild and authentic island ideal for those who are looking for peace and relaxation. Welcoming premises, a peaceful pace of life, few cars, beaches of rare beauty… what more could you ask for? Among the island’s highlights are the archaeological site of Maeva, a 4×4 trip around the island, visits to pearl farms, boat trips in the lagoon, etc. Young and old will find it beneficial.
Bora Bora is one of the Leeward Islands of the Society Archipelago. Located about 250 km northwest of the capital Papeete, the island of Bora Bora is also an almost mandatory stopover during an escapade in Polynesia.
This magnificent island, also known as the “Pearl of the Pacific” has everything to boast of being the most beautiful paradisiacal destination in the archipelago. Its immense lagoon, its seabed of rare beauty, its sunny climate, its beaches of fine white sand… rarely leave holidaymakers insensitive in search of exoticism. Once there, one of the main activities to do is scuba diving. Discover the island’s most beautiful seascapes.
Many agencies and hotels offer sea trips, for beginners or advanced. But that’s not all, you can also enjoy horseback riding, hiking, 4×4 or quad excursions, etc.
Which of these 3 Polynesian islands are you most interested in?