Choose the Ideal Tahiti Holiday Packages
What’s your idea of a perfect vacation? If it’s one that’s carefree and more importantly, worry-free, then Tahiti holiday packages are exactly what you need. We offer all-inclusive Tahiti packages that already include flights, transfers and accommodation. You will find that our packages have many extra value added inclusions. Every package also comes with our exclusive FREE Tahiti Vacations HAERE MAI discount card, offering shopping and dining discounts on the islands of Tahiti, Moorea and Bora Bora. Just another reason to book with us!
Tahiti, the largest island throughout the country, towering over the ocean like a proud and royal Queen is appropriately crowned by a circle of majestic peaks. Home to the capital city, Pape’ete, Tahiti is the main port of call when you arrive via Faa’a International Airport. A hub of public activities and services with must-see gardens, boutiques, markets, and so much more, this is the perfect introduction to all that Tahiti has to offer.
The surreal beauty of Bora Bora invites all its visitors to discover paradise on earth. The Pearl of the Pacific. The enchanting scenery, deep cultural history, captivating wildlife and gentle serenity have attracted countless explorers and tourists from around the world. The top romantic destination for many couples, Bora Bora never disappoints with lagoons and isolated hotels making it perfect for an escape for two.
Just a 40-minute ferry ride away from Pape’ete, Moorea offers an unspoiled, tranquil holiday destination for those looking to explore the untapped marvels of Tahiti. Day trips are available but to fully experience this island gem, you’ll want to set aside a few days. The crystal clear blue lagoon is ready to reward all who answer its call and the timeless serenity makes for a picturesque and unforgettable atmosphere.
Known as “The Garden Island” due to its abundance of lush green tropical foliage and wild jungle-like scenery, Huahine is one of the more interesting of the Society Islands to explore. Huahine itself is actually two islands known as Huahine-Nui and Huahine-Iti (Big Huahine and little Huahine). Interconnected by a bridge, both islands can be easily explored in a day or two, making this a travel destination you will never forget.
Raiatea, meaning "faraway heaven" and "sky with soft light" is a short 45 minute flight away fromTahiti. Raiatea was first named Havai'i after the homeland of the ancient Polynesians and is the most sacred island in the South Pacific. She was the first island that was settled, home to the wonderous first Royal Marae of Polynesia, a place of religious and polictical power for the whole of French Polynesia.
Known as the “Vanilla Island”, Taha’a is richly blessed with lush untamed mountains and valleys, shimmering translucent lagoons, virgin ‘motu’ islets, vanilla plantations and exotic tropical flora generating a “giant colourful and fragrant garden”. The vast lagoon that surrounds Taha’a is dotted with many motu. Learn from the experienced growers just what it takes to produce this versatile and sought-after spice.
Rangiroa is the largest atoll in French Polynesia and the second largest atoll in the world. You’ll fall in love with the sparkling, translucent waters of the lagoon, the exceptional marine life, the dense tropical vegetation, the numerous excursions and the warm welcome by the inhabitants of the island. Rangiroa consists of 240 motu (islets) separated by more than 100 small canals and surrounded by two legendary bodies of water, Moana-tea and Moana-uri.
One of the most remote archipelagoes from any continent, you can find this collection of small island paradises 1500 km North-East of Tahiti. The Marquesas Islands spread out over 12 islands of which only 6 are inhabited. Discover the rich history of exploration and archaeology scattered across the islands. Stunning bays, endless untouched nature, and mountainous peaks create a diverse landscape.
About 200 miles north by northeast of the main French Polynesia island of Tahiti, Tikehau is a spectacular crown of coral and sand 16 miles long and 14 miles wide. That thin white line of coral, sand, and palm trees is no more than half a mile wide, but it encircles a lagoon of pristine, otherworldly beauty. Considered to be one of the most beautiful atolls in Polynesia, the fragrance of the air is matched only by the abundance of life in the bright-blue water.