Tahiti, the heart and soul of the South Pacific, is French Polynesia’s largest island. Your airport arrival is an emotional experience, greeted by welcoming Polynesian smiles, a warm and joyful feeling overtakes you as brightly floral dressed Tahitian dancers sway to the strums of enchanting ukuleles, hips gyrate to rhythmic drums. You’ve arrived . . . .
Tahiti balances a rich diversity of culture and nature. A vibrant Polynesian culture surrounds a small European-metropolitan center, bordered by a revered biosphere of breathtaking landscapes and unparalleled seascapes. Whether exploring world class resorts, spas, fine dining, unique restaurants, & night clubs or discovering vibrant markets, mystical waterfalls, breathtaking lagoons, abundant tropical marine life and unlimited extreme water sports . . . choose one, the other, or both . . . the choice will be yours.
The Magical Island
Moorea is the perfect destination to get your feet wet in French Polynesia as one of the most scenically striking islands. On the mountain side, the sharp landscape is watched over by eight summits featuring a magnificent ancient volcanic crater which has now become a lush valley. Poetic threads of waterfalls tumble down fern-softened cliffs and Moorea’s bright blue lagoon will bring life to your Tahitian dreams.
“It’s a natural Playground”
Moorea hosts a long list of unique activities, that makes you wonder what else is there to discover? from outrigger canoeing to paddle boarding, kite boarding, water skiing and even surfing around of some of the passes. encounter stingrays, sharks and marine turtles in a clear sparkling lagoon with alternative shades of blue. The sunset views from this dormant volcano are amongst some of the best in the world.
"Your unique experience begins here"
The Garden of Eden
Huahine casts a spell over you from the moment you arrive as one of French Polynesia’s best-kept secrets. Deep, crystal-clear lagoon surrounds the two islands that comprise Huahine, while magnificent bays and white-sand beaches romance the experience & remain relatively unchanged by the modern world.
Beyond its lush landscapes and bright blooms, Huahine is also a culturally preserved sanctuary with sacred temples hidden throughout dense vegetation.
"Undoubtably this island will leave you spellbound"
Kite boarding, lagoon fishing, snorkeling the natural aquarium, visiting a black pearl farm and experiencing unique beach BBQ's only highlight the majestic "Garden of Eden".
"Huahine's golden sands are either beach bum bliss or barefoot chic"
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The Sacred Island
Raiatea is rich with cultural and historical significance. Believed to be the orignial birthplace of Polynesia, this island is a secret garden of ancient myths and hidden temples. Her unique and fascinating heritage gvies the island of Raiatea an intriguing sense of place.
Unleash your kayaks on the Faaroa river. Waterfalls gush down from Mount Temehani to the seashore. Its lofty summit can be scaled on foot, horseback or by 4x4. Secluded by a dozen islets of the surrounding bays. Discover the sandy pearl of Motu's.
"A Real life Treasure Island"
The Secret of Vanilla
Taha'a is a true botanical beauty. Her fertile valleys & sloping hillsides are covered with banana, watermelon and coconut groves. Suitably shaped like a flower, the island is also an immense natural greenhouse for the highly prized Tahitian vanilla orchid. Vanilla-scented air wafts on breezes that flow down the hillsides from numerous vanilla farms, and these soft aromas ride the ocean breezes announcing the soul of the island long before you even see it on the horizon.
"The Island is Just as Sweet as it Sounds"
Kayak to a powder sand beach, saunter through a vanilla plantation & discover a Polynesian rum distillery. Snorkelers gravitate to the coral gardens, a narrow channel from the ocean barrier coral reef into the inner lagoon. This is the ultimate living aquarium experience! Braver guests can windsurf to the seldom island of Raiatea & the truly adventurous can swim with Taha'a's resident pack of friendly sharks.
The Jewel of the South Seas
Undoubtedly the most celebrated island in the South Pacific, Bora Bora is French Polynesia's leading lady. It rises from the velvet blues of the deep water up through the softer hues of the lagoon and into the air that surrounds Bora Bora. Her beauty is unrivaled and her fame, unwavering. Bora Bora is one of the few places on earth that everyone hopes to witness in their lifetime and once you see it you are forever enamored.
“The Colors of the Lagoon framed by Unforgettable Sunsets”
Bora Bora is a haven of fine dining & deep-water diving. Paradise protected by a perfect barrier reef. Hosting some of the world’s most luxurious resorts, being pampered in Bora is Serenity. Paddle boarding the translucent lapping water, kayak the white sands on the southern shores & kite surf directly from secluded motu’s.
"Luxurious way to finish the Charter"
Marlon Brando Island
Tetiaroa, best known as Marlon Brando’s private island. Once considered a playground for the wealthy, this atoll served as a summer residence for the former chiefs and kings of Tahiti. Marlon Brando’s lifelong dream was to maintain the atoll in its purest condition and allow others to enjoy it.
"Tetiaroa is an atoll composed of a dozen small islands surrounding a sparkling lagoon"
The Brando features 35 unique & luxurious private villas on white sand beaches frequented by Sea Turtles, manta rays & exotic birds. The resort prides itself on their ability to create a unique and individual experience for each of their guests and can tailor your stay to you!!