The Islands of Tahiti is one of the world’s most prized destinations. Discover the breathtaking beauty of our islands on this 10 day trip to Tahiti, Rangiroa, Tikehau and Moorea.

2 days to discover


Day 1

Relaxing in Papeete

  • Arrival at Tahiti-Faa’a International Airport, collect rental car.
  • Check in at vacation rental accommodations in Mahina or Punaauia, with beach access and lagoon view.
  • Have lunch on the black sand beach at Venus Point on the east coast. Poisson cru followed by a relaxing afternoon on the beach.
  • In the late afternoon, go to Paofai Park in Papeete for a fruit cocktail while you watch the sunset.
  • Then stroll down to the quayside in Papeete for dinner on the terracce of a seafront restaurant.
Raw fish with coconut milk © Stéphane Mailion Photography
Bar, cocktail & Chill © Overpeek Studio

Day 2

Discover Teahupoo

  • Take a full-day boat excursion to Teahupoo and the Tahiti Iti peninsula. Go for a hike in the luxuriant forest at Fenua Aihere before lunch on the boat and a visit to see the mythical wave at Teahupoo.
What to do in Tahiti
Luxuriant, Teahupo'o © Grégoire Le Bacon
Vairao sandbank by boat © Grégoire Le Bacon

3 days on the sublime island of


Day 1

Local wine

  • Catch one hour flight to Rangiroa from Tahiti-Faa’a Airport .
  • Check in to your Tahitian Guesthouse, half-board accommodations.
  • Visit the main village of Avatoru, by bike or electric scooter.
  • On the way, stop at the Cave de Rangiroa to taste the local wine from the only vineyard in French Polynesia.
  • Go to Tiputa in the late afternoon to watch the dolphins playing in the pass and enjoy the glorious sunset.
Rangiroa wine is produced from vines grown directly on the island © Grégoire Le Bacon
PF's largest atoll © Stéphane Mailion Photography Dolphin watching at Rangiroa © Hélène Havard

Day 2

Diving or motu picnic

  • If you’re a diving enthusiast, spend the day exploring the lagoon with two dives, one in the morning, the other in the afternoon.
  • If you’re not a diver, take an excursion to the Lagon Bleu with its picture postcard scenery with vast stretches of white sandy beach and a crystal clear turquoise lagoon. Visit Bird Island and then have a picnic on a motu before an afternoon of sunbathing, swimming and snorkeling in this idyllic setting.
Diving in Rangiroa© Bernard Beaussier
Butterfly fish © Stéphane Mailion / Service du Tourisme

Day 3


  • Take an excursion to the ‘île aux récifs’, a motu on the reef about an hour by boat from the main village. The coral reef stands out about 6 feet high in places and there is a small fishing community where you’ll be given lunch and lessons in basket weaving as you watch the dolphins playing in the pass.
What to Do in Rangiroa?
Fish from the lagoon on the fire for dinner © Hélène Havard
Aerial view of Rangiroa's Blue Lagoon © Michael Runkel Excursions to Rangiroa's coral reefs © Vincent LYKY

3 days in


Day 1, 2 & 3

Beach and diving

  • Catch 20 minute flight to Tikehau
  • Check in to your Tahitian Guesthouse or the island’s only hotel.
  • Take a stroll around the village and then go down to the beach for a swim.
  • Go scuba diving in one of the island’s superb dive sites, such as Tuheiava pass. The diversity and quantity of marine life is truly amazing.
  • Take an excursion to a motu with a beach of beautiful pink sand. A magical setting, perfect for your Instagram photos.
Diving in the Tuheiava channel © Denis Grosmaire
Sunbathing on the pink sands of Tikehau © Tahiti Tourisme

2 days on the sister island


Day 1

Opunohu valley

  • Catch a flight to Moorea via Tahiti-Faa’a
  • Rent a motor scooter or car and check in at your Tahitian Guesthouse.
  • Hire an e-bike or take a quad ATV or four-wheel drive excursion to the belvedere scenic viewpoint and the valley of Opunohu.
Faire le tour de l’île en vélo électrique©_Grégoire Le Bacon
Quad tour Moorea © Myles McGuinness View from Belvédère Opunohu © Grégoire Le Bacon

Day 2

Lagoon and foodtrucks

  • Take a boat trip on the lagoon. Go swimming with manta rays and have a picnic lunch on a motu.
  • Take the ferry back to Tahiti at the end of the afternoon. Have an early dinner at one of the foodtrucks in Vaipoopo or Taapuna Park.
  • Check-in at Tahiti-Faa’a International Airport for your flight home.
Stingray and shark swimming©_Grégoire Le Bacon
Food truck diner © Grégoire Le Bacon
Vue aérienne sur l'atoll de Tetiaroa © Tahiti Tourisme

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