In the heart of French Polynesia’s 118 islands, Tahiti is the largest. Essentially made of volcanic rocks, the island is surrounded by a coral reef that preserves its famous lagoon. The island is composed of two parts attached by the isthmus of Taravao : Tahiti Nui, the biggest, and Tahiti iti, the smallest. While it is fringed by beaches and swaying coconut trees, its mountainous interior is adorned with mystical valleys and tumultuous waterfalls. But Tahiti also features a bustling capital, Papeete, which offers cultural animations, museums and vibrant markets. On land, in the air or on the lagoon, you will find below our selection of tours and excursions in Tahiti
You plan to visit the islands of French Polynesia and don’t know what to see in Tahiti? Our selection of excursions and activities will allow you the visit the heart of the island as well as the lagoon. Tahiti has managed to preserve its rich cultural legacy through its museums and galleries such as the museum of Tahiti and its islands or the Pearl museum; but also its various temples and marae surrounding the island. For nature enthusiasts, Tahiti is the key to a world of unexplored experiences. The island offers day long excursions in the different valleys and mountains, exploring the jungle or looking for waterfalls. The lagoon is also full of pleaseant surprises, whales, dolphins, sharks and all sorts of fish can be encountered while scuba-diving or during boat excursions. Feel free to contact us, we’ll be delighted to assist you to book the best tours available in Tahiti.
Tahiti features a tropical and humid climate that evolves throughout two distinct seasons: a cool season that runs from April to October and a hot and rainy season, from November to March. It is important to consider these seasons before booking your trip to Tahiti and to adapt your travelling dates according to your desires and needs. If you want to take advantage of your annual vacation to rest and enjoy a cool climate, you can travel between April and October. This period matches with the austral winter, the ideal moment to enjoy sunny outings. On the other hand, if you are thrill seekers with a soft spot for adventures, you can choose the austral summer period, which extends from November to March. Not devoid of charm, the months of December and January are often synonymous with rain, allowing you to observe nature from a different angle.