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Tahiti... a name that makes people dream all over the world. Fly to Tahiti and enjoy our island travel packages, including hotels. The largest island in French Polynesia welcomes every traveler to experience a wonderful adventure. It is often the first stop on a trip to Moorea, Bora Bora or other islands. But Tahiti also has many treasures to offer. Its nature, its inhabitants and its historical places make Tahiti a unique, generous, and authentic island.

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We have gathered all our offers for stays in Tahiti including international flights on Air Tahiti Nui + Hotel nights. Travel to Tahiti with complete peace of mind: Air Tahiti Nui's partner travel agencies offer you well-organized stays so that you can make the most of each island included in your package.

Your flight from the US to Papeete will land at Tahiti Faa'a airport. You will be able to start or end your stay in French Polynesia with a few nights in Tahiti to discover this unique island.

Book your stay in the islands of Tahiti today to enjoy the best deals on luxury hotels, as well as airfare aboard our Tahitian Dreamliner. If you have any questions about the Tahiti packages, please contact the travel agency in charge. You can also choose to enjoy a customized stay by personalizing your travel packages to the islands of Tahiti.

A trip to experience Tahiti's soul

Don't hesitate to choose a package that includes several nights in Tahiti. Indeed, the main island of French Polynesia is often a simple stopover on the way to other Polynesian islands. However, the island is just as wonderful to explore as its neighbors.

The green landscape of Tahiti gives the island its majesty. The sumptuous mountains and beautiful valleys form a lush rainforest like no other. Small hiking trails cross streams, lead to fabulous waterfalls, or end on impressive ridges.

From the mountains to the sea, Tahiti surprises by the diversity of its landscapes. White sand, black sand, and pebble beaches alternate as you make your way around the island. You will also have the chance to see historical sites, such as the marae (ancient religious places), or the Pointe Venus, as well as many natural places to discover, such as the three waterfalls of Faarumai or the caves of Mara'a.

Finally, you can use your stay in Tahiti to fully experience the Polynesian culture. Indeed, the most famous island of French Polynesia is also the most lively. Shows, craft fairs, cultural events and sports meetings often take place in Tahiti. So don't forget to check the events calendar to make sure you don't miss them during your stay!

Must-do activities in Tahiti

With our Tahiti travel packages and offers, the paradise is getting closer.

Tahiti is the island where you will find the greatest number of activities. Hiking, surfing tours, beaches, water sports, museum visits, exploring the capital, shopping at the market... you name it! This wide range of activities extends from a relaxing Polynesian massage to a thrilling paragliding experience.

Tahiti is also known for its city of Papeete, the largest in the territory. Take a stroll along the Paofai Gardens and the harbor to enjoy the soft atmosphere of a sunset on the Papeete waterfront.

Don't miss the famous Papeete market either. It is open daily, offering local fruits, vegetables, and fish booths, as well as artisanal products and souvenir stores. However, the true experience of the beating heart of Papeete comes early on Sunday mornings, when the many food booths will allow you to discover all the flavors of Polynesian cuisine.

At the opposite side of Tahiti, on the peninsula, at the end of the road, Teahupo'o reveals itself. The legendary surfing spot, which will be the venue for the 2024 Olympic Games, welcomes seasoned surfers from all over the world who come to ride this unique wave. If you are interested, you can take a boat tour to see the surfers on the mythical wave of Teahupo'o.