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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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Le Truck

Le Truck was a fun and cheap way to get around Tahiti. When Le Truck pulls up, tell the driver where you want to go so he knows where to stop for you. Make sure to pay after you exit. When you get on...
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Plane

I signed up for email promotions on Air Tahiti Nui's website. They don't bombard you with emails. I think I got one promotion about every 2 to 3 weeks. I saw an extremely great deal on a travel...
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Rent a Car

It might not be too cost effective to rent a car during your entire stay in Tahiti as it is quite expensive. For us, it was 11,000 XPF per day which is about US$123.00. The concierge at the...
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Tahiti by Express Ferry

If you are headed to Tahiti or Moorea, please take heed of this tip. It will save you at least $100 US dollars, and you will enjoy saving the money!Air Tahiti charges an arm and a leg for a 15 minute...
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Tahiti by Rental Car

If you are in Tahiti, I would not recommend that you rent a car for the whole time you stay here. It will go unused most of the time. Everything is centrally located in Papeete, and the only real need...
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Tahiti by 4x4

This is my most important recommendation when it comes to transportation on Tahiti... I think it would be an absolute must to take a 4x4 Safari Excursion to see Tahiti. If you miss out on this portion...
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Tahiti by Bicycle

As in any major town, you will see a couple bicycle riders here and there, but I was surprised to see as many tourists donning the bicycles and heading out for a trek around the island. The road is...
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Rent a car and drive around the Island

Whilst it is not especially cheap to rent a car in Tahiti, it can work out quite cost effective compared to paying someone else to take you to places (hotels are so expensive you don't tend to be...
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Boat to Moorea

There are several boats that leave from Papeete (Papeete is the capital of Tahiti) to Moorea (another island very close to Tahiti) quite a few times a day.Unfortunately they all seem to depart at...
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Take the SCENIC route!

Our day trip to the island of Tahiti departed from her nearby island, Moorea.There are several vessels available frequently to take this 12 mile journey between Moorea and Papeete. It's about a 40...
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A taste of the islands upon arrival!

First you must learn to pronounce it!Tahiti Faa'a International Airport is one of the most colorful airports I had ever flown into. Upon arrival, you are immediately welcomed with a colorful array of...
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Mountain & Waterfall Safari

We decided to take a trip into the mountain by 4WD, which arrives 45 minutes late due to a pucture (allegedly). David and I sit in the back, my mother in the back seat along with an American couple...
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By Car

If you want to explore the island, you definitely need a car. The coastal road around the island is a 114 km (71miles) paved two lanes road. You need to be 18 for renting a car and 21 for renting a...
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Rent a car

A good way to visit the island of Tahiti is to rent a car for a few days. We chose the Europcar agency in Papeete and were satisfied.
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Top Hotels in Tahiti

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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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BP 3410, Tamae, Maharepa, Moorea, 98713, French Polynesia
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Taiohae, Nuku Hiva, 98742, 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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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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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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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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ATXtraveler

"Tahiti: More than Stepping Stone to Fr. Polynesia"
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"Tahiti"
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"Tahiti ... Queen of the Pacific"
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"Tahiti, Tropical & Pricey!"
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