For a uniquely Tahitian honeymoon experience, sip French wine and dine on French cuisine al fresco style in the capital Papeete, while people-watching exotic-looking Polynesians dressed in brightly coloured pareos (sarongs) strolling past.
Gateway to French Polynesia and the largest island in French Polynesia, Tahiti is the perfect place for honeymoon couples to do everything or nothing at all.
Explore the island on foot or by jeep to discover dramatic waterfalls, cool rivers and deep green valleys covered with rainforests, soft ferns and fields of flowers; as well as natural wonders such as the scenic Faatautia Valley, the Arahoho Blowholes and Haamaremareahi Falls.
Wander along stunning beaches of black volcanic sand (or the powder-white sand of Plage de Maui on Tahiti Iti) and snorkel lagoons of shimmering blue water that teem with colourful marine life.
Spend a day on a private reef-top motu (islet) with a champagne lunch, where the only company is the colourful marine life swimming just metres away – the perfect honeymoon experience to share with your sweetheart!
The wet season lasts from November until April, with February and March the hottest months. Typically, the water temperature hovers between 26°C and 29°C.
Latest update about this honeymoon destination: 18 May, 2017
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