Huahine is the easternmost island of the Leeward Islands. Huahine is made up of two mountainous islands separated by Maroe Bay and Port-Bouraigne Bay. The two islands are Huahine Nui and Huahine Iti, which cover a combined area of 28.6 sq. miles. Both were formed by an ancient volcano whose center collapsed, allowing the ocean to enter. The edges of the remaining volcanic cone create a chain of peaks, the highest of which are Mt. Turi, with a height of 2,195 ft., and Mt. Puhuerei, with a height of 1,496 ft..
The wonderful port of Huahine is a hot bed for fun
activities. Take time out to enjoy the various water sporting opportunities such
as scuba diving, sailing, surfing and jet skiing. Go out and take advantage of
the beautifully clear and clean water.
If your not into the water sports just go and relax on a bus tour, picnic, or visit a private lagoon. Take a bus tour and see all the unique and extraordinary places that make Huahine one of French Polynesia's favorite ports. Also take some of the local favorite foods and have a quiet picnic and take in the scenery. If that's not relaxing enough visit one of the private lagoons in Papeete, Bora Bora, Moorea or Tetiaroa. The options are endless so see you in Huahine.