Often called "The Island of Love," Tahiti is the ultimate South Pacific paradise. Boasting panoramic ocean views and waterfalls that cascade over sheer cliffs into rainforests below, you'll find plenty to do in Tahiti. Explore the grounds by renting a private catamaran and visiting one of the hundreds of private beaches. Discover the oceanic wonders of Tahiti's marine life by snorkeling in the crystal-clear lagoons or sharing a diving adventure. Hike the mysterious Fautaua Falls or stroll through the lush beauty of the Paofai Gardens. With numerous boutiques, an open-air marketplace and several waterfront cafes and restaurants, there's always an opportunity to stop and enjoy the local culture.
THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW
Time Zone: UTC - 10 hours (Marquesas is half an hour ahead)
Official Languages: French and Tahitian
Secondary Languages: English
Currency: French Pacific Franc
Entry Requirements: Valid passport and proof of return ticket
Best Times to Visit: May through October
Most hotels are found on the northwest coast of the island, along a 6-mile stretch between Punaauia and Papeete. All-inclusive Tahiti honeymoon packages typically feature your beautiful honeymoon suite, tropical libations, mouthwatering cuisine and a gift upon arrival. Other options may include a private island picnic near Bora Bora or a canoe-delivered breakfast in your overwater bungalow.
Destination Weddings in Tahiti
From a traditional church ceremony to a barefoot beach wedding, Tahiti is the perfect backdrop for your fairytale wedding. Choose a traditional Tahiti ceremony, where brides are treated like a Tahitian Princess and grooms are dressed as the High Chief. All-inclusive wedding packages can include your own personal wedding coordinator, beautiful floral arrangements, gourmet cuisine, a band of local musicians and a Tahitian marriage certificate made of tapa.
Climate & Weather
Enjoy warm, tropical weather year-round in Tahiti. With warm tropical breezes by day and romantic starlit nights, Tahiti is truly a lover's paradise. The average temperature is 78 degrees F and the average water temperature is in the low 80s.