Tahiti

Tahiti Attractions

Cascades de Faarumai

There are numerous waterfalls all over Tahiti, but the most popular and accessible are the three waterfalls at Faarumai, known as the Cascades of Faarumai. ...  Read more

Black Pearl Museum

One of Papeete’s few museums, the Musée de la Perle (or Black Pearl Museum) celebrates all aspects of pearl culture. In the days before large-scale ...  Read more

Marché de Pape'ete (Municipal Market)

The sights, sounds and smells of authentic Polynesian life are on offer at Papeete’s main market, also known as the Marche de Papeete. This is the ...  Read more

Waterfront Esplanade

Reminiscent of the French Riviera, the Waterfront Esplanade stretches from the To'Ata Square to Vai'ete Square and is where you can enjoy a scenic stroll and ...  Read more

Museum of Tahiti and the Islands (Musée de Tahiti et des Îles)

The Museum of Tahiti and the Islands (or Musée de Tahiti et des Îles) represents one of the world’s most important repositories of cultural and ...  Read more

Papaeari

Tahiti is not overflowing with historic monuments, which makes Papaeari stand out even more. It is the island’s oldest village, settled somewhere between ...  Read more

Papeete

No one comes to French Polynesia looking for big city buzz, but there are at least a day’s worth of distractions to be had in its compact capital Papeete, ...  Read more

Paul Gauguin Museum

Few people have done as much to broadcast Tahiti’s charms to the world as French Post-Impressionist Paul Gauguin, who moved to the island in 1891. The ...  Read more

Arahoho Blowhole (Trou de Souffleur de Arahoho)

Located in Tiarei, Arahoho Blowhole is one of Tahiti's most popular roadside attractions. A lavatube or tunnel that opens into the sea, the geological oddity ...  Read more

Bougainville Park (Parc Bougainville)

If you're looking for some peace and quiet, Bougainville Park, once known as Albert Park, is a small park with a tranquil stream, benches, lush vegetation and ...  Read more

Cathedrale de L'Immaculee (Cathedrale de Notre Dame)

Located at Place Notre Dame, Cathedrale de L'Immaculee is a popular historical attraction and one of the oldest and largest churches in Papeete. Built between ...  Read more

Papeete Town Hall (Mairie Papeete)

Inaugurated in 1990, Papeete Town Hall at Place Tarahoi was designed to replicate the 19th century colonial design of the old Queen's palace that once stood in ...  Read more

Territorial Assembly

Built in the 1960s to replace the former building that was in disrepair, the Territorial Assembly is the seat of government for French Polynesia. This was once ...  Read more

To'ota Square (Place To'ota)

To'ota Square's amphitheater is the main hub for cultural events, performances, concerts and festivals, including the annual Hevia Festival, the largest annual ...  Read more

Vai'ete Square (Place Vai'ete)

Located in downtown Papeete, Vai'ete Square is a nice place to take a relaxing waterfront stroll during the day. At night, however, the atmosphere becomes much ...  Read more

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