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French Polynesian Islands

French Polynesian Islands

There are 118 islands that comprise The Islands of Tahiti and each one is as unique and enchanting as the next. The islands cover a huge area about the same size as Europe, approximately 4 million square kilometres! Only 76 of the 118 islands are inhabited, about 70% of the population reside on the island of Tahiti and of those; about 75% reside in Papeete or its suburbs… so when you do get out and about on the islands you feel like you are alone in the world!

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Society Archipelago is home to some of the most popular islands in French Polynesia. Divided into two groups, the Windward Islands, which consists of Mehetia, Tahiti, Tetiaroa, Moorea and Maiao; and the Leeward Islands, which is made up of Huahine, Raiatea, Tahaa, Bora Bora, Tupai, Maupiti, Mopelia, Motu One, Manuae.
The Tuamotus is located in the eastern part of Tahiti and is composed of 78 atolls with one raised coral atoll, the Makatea, and a large number of coral reefs. The most visited atolls are Rangiroa, Tikehau and Fakarava. The black pearl farming is common in the lagoon, considered as one of the treasures of the archipelago.
The Marquesas Islands or the Land of Men or Enua Enata or Henua Enana are a group of volcanic islands with the peak of Mount Oave as the highest point. The Marquesas Islands represent the cradle of Ma’ohi (Polynesian) civilization. It is also one of the most remote group in the world, sitting aroud 852 miles from northeast of Tahiti.
The Australes Islands or Tuha'a Pae is composed of 5 principal high islands: Rurutu, Tubuai, Rimatara and Raivavae. The inhabitants are known for their fibre weaving skills producing beautiful hats, mats and bags. Two of the islands are still uninhabited, the Maria and the Marotiri Rocks.

Austral Archipelago

The Gambiers Archipelago or Mangareva Islands were discovered in 1797 by the British captain James Wilson. Catholic missionaries were sent by the Vatican to prevent the Polynesians from the Protestant pastor’s influence. The islands are very rich in lush vegetation and fruit trees.

Gambier Archipelago


With so many islands to discover it may be useful to know to get to them and how to get around on them!
With so many islands to discover it may be useful to know to get to them and how to get around on them! Air Tahiti is the domestic air carrier in The Islands of Tahiti and services 47 islands across all five Archipelagos. They operate a fleet of ATR turboprop aircraft and offer a range of tickets from one way and return fares, to a comprehensive range of air passes allowing you to island hop! The island of Moorea is also serviced by two ferry companies, the Terevau and the Aremiti offering a choice of schedules on a daily basis. The service is an inexpensive and enjoyable way to make the 30 or so minute crossing from Tahiti to Moorea. On the island of Tahiti buses and taxis are readily available. In islands such as Bora Bora taxi boats are available for transfers between the motus (small islets) and the mainland. The old Le Truck buses with their wooden passenger cabins can still be seen throughout the islands and are well worth a ride if the opportunity arises, although these days they have given way to modern buses on some islands. On the larger islands you can also hire a car or even get around in a helicopter! Of course when you are visiting the more remote outer islands an outrigger canoe or a horse are also great alternatives to get around! No matter which island or islands you choose to visit, you can be sure that it will be a unique and memorable experience.

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