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Luxury yacht charter French Polynesian

Best time
November - April
Airport
Every island has airport
Languages
French
Currency
French Polynesian franc
Water area
Oceania (South Pacific Ocean)
Tips
Buy black pearl, diving, hiking
French Polynesian Regions

Luxury yacht charter French Polynesian ~ Agency & Provider for Yacht Charter

Luxury yacht charter French Polynesian, Islands of French Polynesia:
Society Island: From the country’s main island, Tahiti, across to her enchanting sister island, Moorea, then up to Marlon Brando’s Tetiaroa paradise atoll, these Windward Islands are tropical dream islands!
– Tuamotu Islands: consist of 77 atolls and the area certainly lives up to its reputation. These islands, located at the edge of the world, are literally heaven on Earth. Coconut plantations cover the motu (islet) of the coral barrier reef, the pristine beauty of the lagoons and unique underwater world make the Tuamotu a very unique group of islands.
– Marquesas Island: Legendary high cliffs, volcanic peaks, impressive remnants wrapped in wild nature, amazing beaches: the Marquesas are breathtaking.  The Marquesans call their islands “Land of Men,” or “Te Henua ‘Enana.”

French Polynesia

Yacht charter is a great way to explore French Polynesian islands. French Polynesia offers some of the most breathtaking scenery in the world with azure waters, majestic peaks, and lush valleys. Sailing in this area of the South Pacific you can visit four archipelagos, including the Society Islands and its popular island of Tahiti. Many itineraries depart from the capital city of Papeete and include such stops as Bora Bora, Moorea, and Raiatea, as well as visits to the Marquesas, Tuamotu and Gambier Islands. Spend time exploring a lagoon on a glass-bottom boat ride, hike into the mountains for stunning views of the varied landscape or shop for Tahitian black pearls, one of the world’s rarest pearls. Water activities abound with opportunities to scuba dive, snorkel, jet ski, parasail and windsurf off the coast of many islands.

  • Itinerary French Polynesia

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