French Polynesia is also part of the polynesian triangle, which borders Easter Island, New Zealand and Hawaii.
French Polynesia is much more than just paradise islands, it is an experience in itself. A fine mix between strong traditions and a lovely culture, a daily art of living expressed by songs, dancing, music and tattoos...
Choose between the various land/water activities or just relax by the pool - there is something for everyone in French Polynesia. The deep valleys and high mountains offer incredible hikes or hire a 4WD allowing you to discover the legendary archeological remains of ancient Polynesia.
A dream come true...
The exquisite Polynesian atoll of Tetiaroa, located 30 miles north of Tahiti, has always been a place of stunning beauty, tranquility and rejuvenation - first for Tahitian royalty, who chose this island above all others for their summer retreat, and later for Marlon Brando who chose it for his personal sanctuary. On July 2014, the new luxury resort The Brando, opened on this breathtakingly beautiful private atoll. The Brando is unique in concept and scope, combining environmental purity, luxury ...
The most famous of French Polynesia's Leeward Islands, Bora Bora is the quintessential tropical paradise. Volcanic in origin, it is surrounded by sand-fringed motus (small islets) on an outer coral reef that encloses a turquoise lagoon. With only one navigable pass, the crystal-clear lagoon is calm, warm and relatively shallow. At 727 metres (2,385 feet), Mount Otemanu towers over the main island. Next to it, the more rounded Mount Pahia stands at 658 metres (2,159 feet).