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Papeete, capital of French Polynesia

The views available along the shores of Papeete are amazing. Crystal blue waters turn to turquoise and sailboats and yachts dot the landscape. The waterfront esplanade is where the life of the city can be found and each footstep can lead you toward another hidden gem. The markets are filled with local produce and handcrafted items. The weather? It’s beautiful, of course. That means you can enjoy some quiet time on the beach if you wish. You can go diving, snorkeling,...

Divided into 5 groups of islands, French Polynesia is located in the South Pacific and is an overseas collectivity of France.

It is often referred to as a country, but the 118 islands and atolls, which include Tahiti, and independence is being worked toward. That means it is still part of Europe. That means a valid passport or a national ID card is required for entry for a stay of any length for many visitors.

You’ll find that the resort atmosphere in French Polynesia is quite magnificent. There are warm beaches, cool cocktails, and endless time to relax out on the warm sands. Take a stroll through the shallows and enjoy the turquoise waters. Let a gentle breeze caress your face as you prepare to see an amazing sunset. Life seems perfect.

Outdoor activities add to the adventures that can be found in French Polynesia. Kitesurfing is quite popular, while the reef break waves make surfing a world class experience. You can also participate in va’a, which is a sport that involves the traditional outrigger. There are several world-class diving sites to enjoy as well.

The nightlife options around French Polynesia are numerous. You’ll find bars and pubs for a quiet drink. You can head out to a dance club that feature several different music styles. There is plenty of fun to be found.

French Polynesia has something for everyone, from a bed and breakfast to 5-star international hotels. That makes it possible to plan the perfect holiday adventure.

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