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Tahiti Travel Guide

Tahiti, known for its lush landscapes and crystal-clear waters, invites travelers to a world of scenic splendor. This island paradise doesn't just boast some of the world's most beautiful beaches but offers a rich cultural experience. From witnessing the traditional dance of 'Ori Tahiti to exploring ancient temples, there's no shortage of cultural immersion. History buffs will appreciate the island's rich past, with landmarks dating back to the days of early navigation. And for the water enthusiasts? Snorkeling, diving, and surfing opportunities are abundant in Tahiti's vibrant marine world. Every aspect of Tahiti promises a refreshing and diverse adventure unlike any other. With cruise line volume buys plus our low everyday prices you can save up to 80% versus the brochure price! Book your Tahiti cruise today with AffordableTours.com, your discounted cruise headquarters.

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Tahiti Travel Guide

Tahiti Cruises Highlights

  • Papeete, Tahiti: Papeete, the bustling capital of Tahiti, presents a world where urban life meets island vibe. It's common for cruises to begin or end here, making it your launchpad to local markets, like the vibrant Marché de Papeete, where you can pick up souvenirs or taste local specialties. Don't miss the waterfront promenade, perfect for an evening stroll to soak in the local scene.
  • Bora Bora, Society Islands: Bora Bora, arguably the most iconic of Polynesian islands, greets you with its stunning lagoon and luxurious overwater bungalows. The port is your stepping stone to aquatic adventures, from snorkeling to diving among coral gardens. On land, the lush terrain and friendly locals provide a warm welcome, and Mount Otemanu makes for a striking backdrop.
  • Moorea, Society Islands: Moorea captivates with its jagged volcanic mountains and sandy shores. Accessible via a short ferry ride from Papeete, it's a haven for nature lovers. Whether you prefer a thrilling ATV ride or a tranquil hike through pineapple plantations, Moorea offers a retreat from the routine.
  • Fautaua Waterfall, Tahiti: Nestled in the lush interiors of Tahiti, the Fautaua Waterfall is a breathtaking sight, best enjoyed after a rewarding hike through the valley. The towering waterfall tells the story of Tahiti's natural abundance, making it a perfect spot for nature enthusiasts.
  • Marae Arahurahu, Tahiti: This restored ancient temple offers a glimpse into the spiritual past of the Polynesian people. The stone structures amidst the greenery stand as silent testaments to the rich cultural history that predates modern civilization on these islands.
  • Lagoonarium, Bora Bora: Experience marine life up close in this natural aquarium, where you can swim alongside colorful fish, rays, and even sharks. The Lagoonarium allows visitors to immerse themselves in the underwater world, highlighting the biodiversity of Bora Bora's lagoons.
  • Matira Beach, Bora Bora: Known for its powdery white sand and crystal-clear waters, Matira Beach is a paradise for relaxation and water sports. It's the public access point to Bora Bora's famous turquoise lagoon, making it a popular spot for both locals and tourists.
  • Belvedere Lookout, Moorea: Offering panoramic views of Moorea's twin bays and lush mountainous landscape, the Belvedere Lookout is a favorite among photographers and nature lovers. It's accessible by a short hike or drive, and the view encapsulates the majestic beauty of the island.
  • Tiki Village Cultural Centre, Moorea: For an engaging cultural experience, this living museum recreates traditional Polynesian life. With craft demonstrations, traditional dances, and the chance to taste authentic local cuisine, it's a cultural immersion that paints a vivid picture of ancient Polynesian life.

Tahiti Cruises Travel Tips

  • Respecting local customs means dressing modestly when you're off the beach and away from the resort areas. It's good practice to cover up when you're visiting towns or sacred sites.
  • Make sure to leave your valuables on the cruise ship when you head out, although locals are not known for stealing you will want to be sure that you come back with everything.
  • Tahiti enjoys warm weather year-round, but packing light, breathable clothing is key due to the tropical climate. Include swimwear, a hat, sunglasses, and a reusable water bottle to stay hydrated.
  • English is the most commonly spoken language in the tourist areas, but French is also spoken in many parts as well due to the island's French colonial history.
  • Don't forget your reef-safe sunscreen and insect repellent, crucial for those sunny days and balmy nights. A light rain jacket could save the day during the November to April wet season. Importantly, include sturdy shoes if you plan to explore rugged, beautiful terrains on hikes.
  • If you have extra time on Tahiti rental cars are available otherwise taxis are numerous and dependable throughout the island.
  • Tahitian are the primary languages spoken, though you'll find English widely understood in tourist areas. "Ia Orana" (pronounced yo-rah-nah) means "hello," a friendly start to any conversation. The currency is the Pacific Franc (XPF), and it's wise to have cash for local markets, though credit cards are accepted at larger stores and restaurants.

Tahiti Cruises Things To Do

  • La Plage de Maui
    La Plage de Maui

    One of the top reasons that so many tourists visit Tahiti is the beaches, sand, and clear blue waters. Although many of the island's beaches have volcanic sand, this is one of the few beaches on the island that dazzles with white sand. The water is very clear in this area and you can see right to the bottom. It is about 40 miles southeast of the island's capital Papeete and you will need to drive carefully to reach there.

    Best Time To Visit

    Most times of the year are good to visit La Plage de Maui in Tahiti because the island experiences pleasant year-round water.

     

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    Head over to the snack bar area for some fresh local seafood. Bring snorkeling gear to snorkel as well as other beach essentials.
  • Fautaua Waterfall
    Fautaua Waterfall

    Fautaua Waterfall is a beautiful stunning waterfall on the island, which swells up with extraordinary views when it rains. The water cascades into a large pool at the bottom. Unfortunately, to get there you must embark on a fairly difficult hike, which is usually best done with a guide or an experienced group. But it is well worth the trip as most will attest.

    Best Time To Visit

    Visit the Fautaua Waterfall is during the rainy seasons, November through April.

     

    You Should Know

    Be sure to bring some insect repellant with you as mosquitoes are common during the hike there. The best thing to do is hike with a group for safety reasons.
  • Papenoo Beach
    Papenoo Beach

    Papenoo Beach is located in a small village called Papenoo just a few miles from the island's capital and gives an amazing glimpse into the island's volcanic history. The Punaauai Beach showcases the island's characteristic volcanic sands which it has become well known for. It's also a great alternative from the more populated La Plage de Maui on Tahiti. You may have to compete for some beach space with the island's local surfers, but this can be a nice getaway.

    Best Time To Visit

    Almost any time of year is good to visit Papenoo Beach.

     

    You Should Know

    There are not too many amenities on the beach here. You won't have to travel too far to find food in the village of Papenoo. This is well worth the small trip from the capital.
  • Papeete
    Papeete

    Papeete is the capital city of Tahiti and where a lot of the local activities are located. It also happens to be the capital of the rest of French Polynesia. You'll find plentiful opportunities for beaches, nightlife, shopping, and local seafood and culinary destinations here, as well as local markets with souvenirs, clothing, handmade items and more. 

    Best Time To Visit

    Papeete is a top destination to visit on Tahiti throughout the entire year.

     

    You Should Know

    Restaurants here are expensive across the board almost entirely. You will find a surprisingly diverse range of options including Italian, French, and Chinese. The local markets are good for cheaper local seafood and other fare.
  • Plage du Taharuu
    Plage du Taharuu

    This is a beach which is located on the southern coast of Papara and has volcanic black sands, palm trees and is known for being large and wide, offering a lot of room to enjoy the beach, lay out or even swim. It's known for having great swimming conditions and you will also see surfers here. Step out on this beach to enjoy the unique sand and beautiful waves.

    Best Time To Visit

    This beach is excellent to visit almost any time of year, the summertime is more humid from November through May, the wintertime has more pleasant conditions from May through October.

     

    You Should Know

    If you surf you will want to check this one out since this is a more open and less populated beach which can be a good alternative.
  • Moorea
    Moorea

    Moorea is the sister island of Tahiti and it is much more rugged yet well worth the quick trip. There are beautiful ATV tours to enjoy the varied lush local terrain and you can also take hikes to the top of the cliffs and mountains for some extraordinary views. Enjoy scuba diving and snorkeling at the lagoonarium as well as the Moorea Dolphin Center where there are plentiful marine mammals to check out. Getting to the island is a quick ferry trip from the terminal at Papeete and a round trip costs around $28 or 3,000 French Polynesian francs. You can get around the island by bus or taxi once you arrive.

    Best Time To Visit

    This is an excellent destination to visit throughout the year but the winter months of May through October can have more pleasant weather. 

     

    You Should Know

    Don't miss the lagoonarium as it's a favorite among both locals and visitors, with opportunities to get up close to sharks and fish. Temae Beach also offers a quiet atmosphere and beautiful pristine conditions.
  • Museum of Tahiti
    Museum of Tahiti

    The Museum of Tahiti and her islands is dedicated to educating the visitors and locals about the unique history of the archipelago. Four sections of the museum cover different aspects including natural history, geography, the impact of colonization, and natural wonders. There are also beautiful beaches right outside of the museum to explore when you get bored and other nearby attractions.

    Best Time To Visit

    Any time of the year is good for visiting the Museum of Tahiti.

     

    You Should Know

    Recent visitors appreciated how nicely organized the museum and exhibits are. There are displays in both French and English for convenience. Many have also said that the local gift shop is also excellent.
  • Faarumi Waterfalls
    Faarumi Waterfalls

    Faarumi Waterfalls is located in Tiarei, a village on the island, and it requires a quick hike through the forest to reach. There are three waterfalls in total, the first is known as Vaimahutu, and the second (Haamarere Iti) and third (Haamarere Rahi) take an additional hike of about 20 minutes to reach. The falls are beautiful and a bit easier to access than some of the other destinations on the island. The falls are about a 30-minute drive from Papeete and sit along the northern coast of the island.

    Best Time To Visit

    Any time of year can be good to visit Faarumi Waterfalls but the winter months of May through October may present more pleasant hiking conditions.

     

    You Should Know

    Be sure to wear insect repellant on the trip as the hike is known for having mosquitoes. There is no fee and you may also want to wear long clothing to avoid the aggressive mosquitoes.

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As mentioned previously the summer months are between November through April and can be very hot and humid, while the winter months between May and October are much less humid with more favorable temperatures.

  • Getting There

    Tahiti is the largest in a chain of islands in French Polynesia and sits in the South Pacific. It is a dream destination for many travelers. Getting there by sea is an adventure in itself. Most cruise ships set course for Papeete, the capital, which hosts the main port of the islands. This port is well-equipped to welcome international cruise liners, offering travelers their first glimpse of the island's natural beauty right from the deck of the ship.

    The deep-water port accommodates the vessels, ensuring a seamless docking process. As travelers disembark, they find themselves just a short walk or drive from central Papeete, where they can immediately begin soaking up the local culture and breathtaking scenery that define this island paradise.

  • The Perfect Time for a Tahiti Cruise

    Cruising to Tahiti is a dreamy experience, and selecting the right time for your cruise is essential to make the most of your tropical getaway. Tahiti, known for its warm weather year-round, offers different experiences across its seasons, each with its unique charm.  

    The dry season, from May to October, is often considered the best time for a Tahiti cruise. During these months, cruising guests can enjoy average temperatures around a comfortable 28 degrees Celsius (82 degrees Fahrenheit). This season is perfect for those looking to lounge on the beaches, explore the islands, and indulge in water activities like snorkeling and diving. Cruising in Tahiti during the dry season means experiencing the island's beauty with less likelihood of rain disrupting your plans.  

    On the other hand, the wet season, from November to April, brings more humidity and rain to Tahiti, which nurtures the island's lush flora. While showers during this period can be brief, they are often heavy, especially in December and January. However, cruising in Tahiti during the wet season has its perks: the island is less crowded, allowing for a more intimate experience with nature and local culture. This season often sees fewer tourists, potentially lower prices, and the opportunity to partake in local festivals like Heiva I Tahiti, held in July, a vibrant celebration of Polynesian culture and dance. Cruising during the wet season offers a different perspective of Tahiti, showcasing the island's spectacular bloom and vibrant cultural life.  

    Whether you choose the dry season for its idyllic beach weather or the wet season for its lush landscapes and cultural festivities, cruising in Tahiti promises an unforgettable experience. Each season brings its unique appeal, ensuring that Tahiti remains a captivating destination for cruising any time of the year.  

  • Why Book a Cruise to Tahiti?

    Choosing a cruise to Tahiti is picking the promise of an unforgettable journey. It's about effortlessly enjoying what could take days or weeks to plan on your own. Cruises offer a comprehensive package: accommodation, transport, food, entertainment, and sometimes even flights, all rolled into one. It's value for your money and time, especially when you're waking up in a new paradise every day.  

    Beyond the practicalities, a cruise to Tahiti brings exclusive benefits. Imagine private lagoon tours, beachfront access only available to cruise passengers, and organized shore excursions that immerse you in the local culture and wilderness. Moreover, there's the undeniable luxury of open-deck dining with panoramic ocean views, serene spa services, and the convenience of unpacking just once while your floating hotel whisks you from one spectacular island to the next.  

    In essence, a Tahitian cruise isn't just travel; it's an experience curated for discovery, ease, and the indelible joy of exploring the heart of French Polynesia.

  • Experience the Flavors of Tahiti

    Get ready to treat your taste buds on your Tahiti cruise because the local cuisine is a delight! Influenced by French, Asian, and traditional Polynesian flavors, the dishes here are all about fresh seafood, fruits, and vegetables. 

    One must-try is the classic 'Poisson Cru,' raw tuna marinated in zesty lime juice and soaked in coconut milk. If you're into soups, 'Firi Firi' is a coconut-infused doughnut that pairs perfectly with your morning coffee. For a refreshing treat, sample some 'Pape haari,' this local fruit juice blends unique flavors you won't find anywhere else.  

    Don't miss the 'Roulottes' in Papeete, the capital city. These food trucks set up shop in the evenings, offering everything from French crepes to Chinese stir-fries and, of course, local specialties. Eating here is not just about the food; it's an authentic slice of Tahitian life.

    Plus, they're easy on the wallet without skimping on portions. For an upscale evening, waterfront restaurants in resorts offer gourmet menus with stunning views, making for an unforgettable dining experience.  

    The key to Tahitian cuisine is its simplicity, allowing natural flavors to tantalize your palate and leave you craving more!

  • Immerse Yourself in Tahitian Culture

    Diving into Tahitian culture adds incredible depth to your cruise journey. The islands hum with traditions that stretch back centuries, alive in the music, dance, and artistry you'll encounter.  

    The 'ote'a is something you can't miss. It's a traditional dance where performers dressed in colorful attire move to the rapid rhythm of drums. These dances often tell a story, and understanding the tale behind each performance adds a rich layer to the experience.  

    Art thrives here, from intricate wooden carvings and symbolic tattoos to the delicate shell leis. Each piece holds a story of heritage and pride. Make time for the local markets; you'll find handcrafted goods that make memorable keepsakes.  

    Festivals? You're in for a treat. The Heiva i Tahiti, a vibrant festival held in July, is a spectacular showcase of Polynesian culture. Expect spellbinding dance performances, sports competitions, and floats adorned with bright, fragrant flowers.  

    Remember, respect for tradition is vital. Participate in cultural events, listen to their stories, and immerse yourself in the communal spirit. It's not just about seeing the culture; it's about experiencing a way of life.

  • Ready to Book Your Tahiti Cruise?

    Who wouldn't want to experience the magic of Tahiti? From its picture-perfect beaches to the rhythms of traditional dances, this destination promises a complete escape from the everyday hustle. Imagine waking up, and your biggest problem is choosing between snorkeling in crystal-clear waters or relaxing on the soft sand, coconut drink in hand.  

    A cruise isn't just a hassle-free way to jump from one stunning island to the next; it's your ticket to stress-free planning. It's all the adventure with none of the logistical nightmares, as your itinerary, accommodations, and meals are sorted. You get to explore hidden gems of the Pacific, connect with the vibrant culture, and indulge in local flavors, all rolled into one journey.  

    So, what's holding you back? Opportunities for pure relaxation, cultural immersion, and breathtaking natural beauty await. It's more than a trip; it's an experience that'll etch into your memory. It's time to set sail towards the horizon. Tahiti is calling!

Tahiti Cruises Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is a Tahiti Ocean Cruise?

    A Tahiti ocean cruise in French Polynesia is typically a momentary stopover on a longer cruise. Most cruises will stop on the island for a few days before moving onto a nearby destination such as Moorea or other French Polynesian islands.

  • What is included on a Tahiti Ocean Cruise?

    Typically cruise packages will include room, board, entertainment, WiFi, an alcoholic or non-alcoholic beverages package, and other amenities that vary based on the package that you pick.

  • What’s the Best Cruise for a Tahiti Ocean Cruise?

    There are typically several options, you will usually find a multiple destination cruise to Tahiti that will take you to other locations throughout the world. The best option will depend on your goals, if you want to stay in Tahiti longer, consider a cruise that will stopover for more than a few days. If you don't mind a quick visit which is typically all you need to see most of the top attractions, most cruises to Tahiti will work.

  • How Much Does a Tahiti Ocean Cruise Cost?

    A Tahiti ocean cruise will vary significantly depending on the package that you purchase and other factors, the cost can range around $3,000 to $5,000 USD for a shorter cruise with multiple amenities up to $15,000 to $40,000 or more for a worldwide or multiple destination cruise with luxury amenities from a cruise provider like Princess or Viking.

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