Good hotel for just a quick one night stay before an early flight out. I wouldn't recommend it for more than one night as a stop over before heading home or heading out to other islands. It's a clean place to stay. Room was very nice. Terrible view of concrete wall, but didn't really care since we ...
With miles of sandy beaches, fun tours for visitors of all ages, and dozens of things to see and do, Tahiti is a little slice of heaven for tourists.
When visiting, make sure that you visit the small boardwalk community of Vai'ete Square. Here you can find dozens of local food wagons winding throughout the area, offering cheap and tasty dishes. Even if you aren't hungry, you can have fun just watching the people go by. Culture lovers will enjoy the Marae Temple, which comprises several ancient sites that locals built to honor the gods. A visit to Orbitz.com can help you get started on planning your vacation and seeing all these destinations in person.
According to our data from last years peak season from March to August, the average vacation package cost for two adults to Tahiti was $7053.04.
*Average cost based on bookings made on Orbitz.com from March 2018 - August 2018. Cost will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s).
Tahiti's tropical climate means there are warm temperatures in the area all year long. The dry season runs from April to October, and cooler temperatures of around 80 degrees Fahrenheit mark this season. The humid season starts in November and is not pleasant for tourists. Tahiti gets temperatures of 85 degrees and higher in this season, and the high humidity can cause even the most basic activities to be uncomfortable. The dry season is a much better time to visit, because you can take part in all the activities you want, as well as visit popular attractions without feeling stifled by the humidity. Make sure that you get to visit Tahiti when you want by booking your trip with Orbitz.com.
The chef at this restaurant mixes traditional Tahitian and authentic French cuisines together, creating unique dishes that keep locals coming back.
Locals love this buffet restaurant, because it serves all-you-can-eat authentic Polynesian foods for one low price.
For a taste of island life without the hordes of tourists you might find on other beaches, visit this quiet hotspot that is popular with locals.
This might look like a small cave from the outside, but inside it opens to a wide cavern that gives visitors a look at hundreds of native plants and flowers.
Tee off like a pro at this par-72 golf course, the only 18-hole golf course on the island.
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