The Islands of Tahiti offer something special for every traveler - from powdery white sand beaches, turquoise lagoons, vibrant marine life, rugged verdant mountains,
and a colorful history.
The romantic and famed South Sea isles offer spectacular sunsets framing giant curls of turquoise breaking onto the colorful reefs that protect the tranquil lagoons of warm, bright-emerald and blue waters and white coral-sand beaches.
Tahiti – Moorea – Bora Bora – are island names that evoke a blissful state of mind,
and have been seducing honeymooners, romantics, adventurers, and
vacationers looking for escape.
Travel Documents/Passports are required for entry into the Islands of Tahiti.
US travelers, visit travel.state.gov for more information on travel documents needed.
For Canadian travelers, visit travel.gc.ca for relevant travel information.
Language: French and Tahitian are the languages of The French Polynesian islands, but English is widely understood.
Currency The French Polynesia franc is the official currency of the islands, but some resorts accept US dollars.
The "specialty" of Bora Bora is Black Pearls. Commonly known around the world as Tahitian Black Pearls ,the pearls of Bora Bora are indigenous to the remote lagoons of French Polynesia in the South Pacific.
Today, the Tahitian Black Pearls has become an exotic gem sought after by celebrities and pearl aficionados alike. The Most popular place to buy and make your own Black Pearl Jewellery is The Farm at the Bora Bora Pearl Company.
Consulate of Australia
A: Petropol Central Office, Papeava Port Zone - Fare Ute, Papeete, Tahiti, French Polynesia
A: P.O. Box 9068 Motu Uta, 98715 Papeete, Tahiti, French Polynesia
T: 689 468 853F: 689 468 854
High Commission of Canada
A: 125 The Terrace, Wellington 6011, New Zealand
A: P.O. Box 8047, Wellington 6143, New Zealand
T: 64 (4) 473-9577
F: 64 (4) 471-2082
Vacation in the Islands of Tahiti
The Brando, on the atoll of Tetiaroa, French Polynesia Opened in July on the 10th anniversary of Marlon's death. Marlon Brando's private island sanctuary 30 miles off Tahiti, The Brando aims to be the most luxurious eco-resort on the planet. The neutral-carbon-footprint property will use sunshine and coconut oil as energy sources and have 35 villas, each with a private pool.