Do you dream of sun-kissed beaches, a laid back lifestyle, palm trees and blissful relaxation? The spectacular islands of French Polynesia could make all of your dreams come true! Famous for combining luxury and simplicity, enjoy a trip like no other. Enjoy the culture and views, and really escape the clock as you spend time basking in a totally tropical paradise. Made up of several islands, French Polynesia can claim three of the world’s most stunning islands – Bora Bora
, and Tahiti
. With lots of delightful hotels in French Polynesia, Wotif.com can help you have the perfect time in this outstanding part of the world.
Things to do
French Polynesia combines rugged islands with forests and wildlife as well as flatter lower-lying islands with stunning beaches. Each offers lots of ways to enjoy the scenery, with plenty of outdoor activities for all. Dine on fresh and delicious seafood and exotic fruits, sip cocktails as the sun goes down, and visit some of the luxurious spas for some decadent pampering and TLC. There are sacred and religious sites scattered across the islands offering glimpses into the Polynesian culture.
Visit the Leeward Islands and Windward Islands with their gorgeous sandy beaches, dazzling lagoons, stunning corals, and enticingly clear waters, and enjoy swimming, snorkeling, diving, and simply soaking up the sun. The Gambier Islands and Tuamotu Islands also boast fine beaches. The Marquesas Islands
are a nature lover’s dream, with dramatic mountains with lots of natural wildlife, hundreds of species of birds, several specifies of bats and plenty of marine life. To really get off the beaten track pay a visit to the beautiful volcanic Austral Islands
With so much to offer, French Polynesia is ideal for a romantic break, family holiday, group adventure, or for some time alone to enjoy peace and harmony. We have some great deals on flights to French Polynesia
as well as excellent French Polynesia accommodation, so start looking forward to your dream vacation today!
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