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What to do in Tahiti

Tahiti Island Half Day Afternoon Tour

a body of water surrounded by trees
Great for
  • Culture & history

Embark on an unforgettable trip around the paradise island of Tahiti and discover the treasures and wonders of this tropical island. Begin on the west coast and visit Marae Arahurahu a religious site dedicated to the ancient gods where important ceremonies take place. Continue onto the beautiful tropical gardens and dramatic waterfall of Vaipahi. Journey to the east coast and see the waterfalls, blow holes and other natural sites recently rehabilitated for visitors, and explore Venus Point - the location where Captain James Cook landed on the island. Finally take in breathtaking panoramic views at the Taharaa View Point to wrap up a spectacular tour.

From £25 per person

Includes: Return transfers and guided tour Operates: 12pm - 4pm daily

Dolphin Watching

a dolphin swimming in a body of water

Spend a couple of hours with a pod of Spinner Dolphins. These playful dolphins will leave you spellbound with their leaps and acrobatics. Take a trip out on the lagoon up to Taapuna Pass before taking to the high seas and sailing to the fishermen’s bay where the dolphins love to play. Depending on the weather, you may also be able to get in the water and swim with them.

From £75 per adult

Please note : This is a two hour boat journey commencing at 8am - 10pm. Tour operates daily from Tahiti Hotels. Please note this tour is not available from 15th August- 31st October.

The Brando

Tahiti la Ora Beach Resort by Sofitel

Mountain 4WD Safari

a truck is parked in front of a body of water
Great for
  • Adventure
  • Escorted tours
  • Round the world

Discover the mountains, sacred temples and experience some of the most spectacular sceneries in the Islands of Tahiti. Taste some tropical fruits and learn about the Polynesian culture from native guides. 

From £65 per adult

Please Note: Tour departs daily at 1.30pm and finishes around 5pm. Maximum of 8 pax per vehicle. A similar tour is available from Moorea – please ask your Travel Designer for further details. Lunch not included

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