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"Tahiti Island Tour Including Venus Point
"Tahiti Island Tour Including Venus Point Grotto Caves of Maraa and Vaipahi Gardens""After pickup from your hotel set out to explore the island of Tahiti traveling by air-conditioned coach with an experienced local guide. Your first stop: Venus Point located on Matavai Bay. The stop got its name from Captain James Cook who observed the 1769 transit of Venus from this point as part of his work for the Royal Society. As you walk around the black-sand beach
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"Tahiti Island Tour Including Venus Point
"Tahiti Island Tour Including Venus Point Grotto Caves of Maraa and Vaipahi Gardens""After pickup from your hotel set out to explore the island of Tahiti traveling by air-conditioned coach with an experienced local guide. Your first stop: Venus Point located on Matavai Bay. The stop got its name from Captain James Cook who observed the 1769 transit of Venus from this point as part of his work for the Royal Society. As you walk around the black-sand beach
From EUR51.00
 
Papeete City Tour Including the Black Pearl Museum
"After pickup from your hotel visit the Municipal Market where vendors sell fish fruit vegetables an abundance of crafts and other goods among the colorful stalls. Once you've browsed the goods head to the Cathédrale Notre-Dame one of the few early colonial buildings that remain in Papeete. The centrally located cathedral was completed in 1875 and restored in 1987. Note the mixture of Tahitian and European styles in the stained-glass windows and statues that adorn the church.
From EUR39.00

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La Plage de Maui Restaurant

We rented a car for two days. We basically drove around the entire island of Tahiti including driving as far as we could go on the west side and east side of Tahiti-iti. We stumbled upon this...
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Le Lotus

Our last night in Tahiti was dining at this restaurant. A great conclusion of our trip! The food was outstanding to say the least. The dining areas include two over the water bungalow type rooms. The...
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Tiare Restaurant

The Intercontinental Hotel in Tahiti has two restaurants. The upscale 3 Michelin star restaurant, Le Lotus, and Tiare Restaurant that serves all the meals throughout the day at the hotel. Breakfast...
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La Roulette Verte

This was a healthy lunch truck promoting more of their vegetarian items on the menu. We had a "Club" sandwich. Well, it was nothing like an American Club sandwich. On a multi-grain sandwich bread, it...
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Saveurs des iles

I have never been one to choose hotel food over a good local restaurant, so Sarah and I decided to venture into town from the Sheraton Tahiti. We were told there were several restaurants close, but...
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Café Le Rétro

We had an islands salad each (with crab, shrimps, apple, pineapple) and half a pitcher of white wine for 4000 CFP. This restaurant is one of the oldest on the Waterfront boardwalk. Probably not the...
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Oasis

Kiosklike building where we had a fresh apple-orange-carrot juice, which was perfectly refreshing, and a delicious ice-cream. They do serve small meals on the covered dining terrace and an...
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Les Roulottes : colorful food-vans

Life on Tahiti is very expensive. If you want to eat cheap, try to find some snack-bar along the road, but avoid restaurants. In Papeete, Place Vaiete turns into a real gathering place for "food vans"...
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Belvederes

horrific ride to the top of the mountain where it is located but well worth the scary ride..alot of years ago ..may not even be there now.. fondue..it's just yummy..i could have survived on bread...
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La Roulotte

Many choices are available at these food trucks. You can get chinese, pizza, crepes,steak, french fries etc... I had an excellant steak at one of the Roulottes with a really good cheese sauce. The...
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Te Honu Iti

Everyone raves about this restaurant but I didn't think it was that fantastic. It might've been the night that we went or what we ordered but we thought it was pretty average.The restaurant picks up...
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Mana Rock Cafe

After what seemed like a huge journey, and after a couple stops to tend to Sarah's poor blistered foot, we finally arrived at the Mana Rock Cafe, desperately in search of internet access to send our...
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Moana Cafe

There is a nice little cafe that is open air right next to the ferry docks, so if you are not blessed with perfect timing to get directly on the ship, stop in and enjoy a soda, or more importantly......
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Many street vendors

Very close to the Moorea Ferry port is a little harbour area where you get quite a few street sellers all congregated together. They range from selling Chinese type food to French style crepes...
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Tahaa Road, Tahaa, 98733, French Polynesia
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PO Box 718, Tikehau, 98713, French Polynesia
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Taiohae, Nuku Hiva, 98742, French Polynesia
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BP 3410, Tamae, Maharepa, Moorea, 98713, French Polynesia
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PO Box 6014, Point Tahiti, Papeete, Tahiti, 98702, French Polynesia
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Atuona, Hiva Oa, 98741, French Polynesia
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Top Things to Do in Tahiti

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Waterfalls

This is located on the opposite side of the road from the Araaoaho Blowhole, just before the tunnel or just after the tunnel depending on which direction you are going. There are 3 waterfalls. There...
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Botanical Gardens & Gauguin Museum

Even before we arrived in Tahiti, I was looking forward to seeing the museum. My boyfriend and I are big fans of artwork by Dali, Chagall, Picasso & many others. I hoped we would see paintings by Paul...
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Papeete

This is one of the first places you see when you come to Tahiti because this is where the airport is. Most people land here at night and leave Papeete in the morning to go on to another island. Its...
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Musée de Tahiti et des Iles

This anchor is in the entrance to the Tahiti Museum. although it is pretty huge, it is easy to miss it unless you are looking out for it. The anchor originally belonged to one of Captain James Cook's...
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"Tahiti - but is it paradise?"
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"Tahiti: More than Stepping Stone to Fr. Polynesia"
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"Tahiti ... Queen of the Pacific"
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