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French Polynesia
Visit Black Pearl Farms
Beautiful black pearls are unique to the French Polynesian islands and are known across the world for their distinctive colour. While many boutiques throughout the islands sell black pearl jewelry, you can visit one of the black pearl farms on the Tuamato atolls to learn about their history, production methods, and important role in Polynesian culture.
French Polynesia
Maupiti
Ranked as one of the most beautiful French Polynesian islands, Maupiti is certainly worth a visit. Unwind on white sand stretches near tranquil azure lagoons and indulge in the relaxed island lifestyle, or get active by hiking Mt Teurufaatiu. There’s only one road here, so bicycling is the main form of transport on this small idyllic island.
French Polynesia
Tiputa Pass
There are many fantastic places to dive in the French Polynesian islands, but Tiputa Pass is one of the best. With its dramatic coral reefs and vast population of pelagic fish, you’ll find a true underwater adventure awaiting you here. Grey reef sharks, eagle rays, manta rays, dolphins, tuna, and even hammerhead sharks call Tiputa Pass home.
French Polynesia
Bora Bora
Bora Bora is by far the most popular and iconic island in French Polynesia. Stay in one of the overwater bungalows, for which the island is famous, and watch through the glass floor as tropical fish swim below. Spend your days soaking up the sun, snorkelling with tropical fishes, or hiking Mount Otemanu on a guided tour.
French Polynesia
Tahiti Spas
Traditional Polynesian spa treatments are the ideal accompaniment to lazy beach days. After you’ve spent your day sunbathing near sapphire lagoons, spend the afternoon at a beautiful Polynesian spa. These spas can be found throughout the French Polynesian islands and treatments often incorporate unique Tahitian elements like tropical fragrances or traditional healing oils.
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