Snorkeling & Diving
World-class snorkeling and diving in Tahiti is one of the South Pacific's best-kept secrets. Both experienced and beginner divers and snorkelers are amazed by how clear the waters are and how close they can swim to the marine life, such as the gigantic manta rays. With hundreds of dive sites throughout the islands, divers can choose from the amazing drift dives, oceanic drop-offs, sunken ships, and lagoon dives with infinite marine life.
Tahiti is a world-class spa destination with many of the resorts offering new luxurious spas. Surrounded by a backdrop of natural beauty and floral fragrances, there is no better setting for relaxation. Enjoy fresh-flower baths, herbal rain showers, or even a body wrap in banana tree leaves. You can also rejuvenate your romance at the spas aboard the cruise ships including the Parisian-influenced private Spa Villa for two on the m/s Paul Gauguin.
The groups of islands is the centre of the universe for romance. There is no better place to celebrate your new life together or to celebrate a milestone of your relationship. Tahiti, officially known as French Polynesia, is comprised of 118 romantic islands and atolls.
Intimate yet Luxurious. Uncrowded yet Dramatic.Whether on a a scheduled, barefoot or luxury yacht charter cruising is redefined in Tahitian waters, where you embark on a voyage to explore the romantic and unspoiled isles of the South Pacific .
Here the ports-of-call are uncrowded and charming, the ships are smaller and luxurious, the neon-blue waters within the lagoons are calm, and the ocean journey between the bright-green islands is capturing.
The Purest Gem on Earth is Born Here!
The warm lagoon waters of the islands and atolls is Mother Nature's choice for the cultivation of her pure living gem: the Tahitian Cultured Pearl.
The warm lagoons of many of the islands are among the most perfect on earth because of the temperature, density, salinity, light, and pure climate. Commonly known as "Black Pearls," Tahitian Cultured Pearls range widely in pricing, size, shape and colors. From the darkest black to shimmering shades of green, blue, bronze, aubergine, or even pink - these are truly the jewels of the ocean.