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Blue Lagoon, Rangiroa

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The thought of a honeymoon in Tahiti immediately conjures up images of turquoise blue waters, tropical rain forests, exotic sea creatures and feelings of tranquility seducing honeymoon couples, romantics, adventurers, and anyone looking for escape. Tahiti is one island of French Polynesia in the South Pacific. However, there are several islands that make up what is collectively referred to as Tahiti: Bora Bora, Moorea and Rangiroa are just a few. Most honeymoon couples visit and stay on more than just one of these amazing islands.

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One of the highlights of the islands of Tahiti are the signature thatched roof, overwater bungalows. Tahiti also conjures up feelings of the exotic, peaceful and carefree attitudes of her people, which is something most urbanites long for; at least to decompress from the pressures of modern society. If your ideal honeymoon includes a need to relax while simultaneously indulging your senses, Tahiti may be just the ticket.
Tahiti is on the southeastern section of the Society Islands. It is about 30 miles long and 16 miles wide. The island is made of two unequal but round sections connected by a strip of land only about a mile wide, almost like a dumb bell. The island was created by volcanoes and is still very mountainous.
Relaxation, great scenery and water sports of all kinds are the favorites. You will find great beaches and clear water but you may also experience high prices and laid-back attitudes. Just remember relaxation is your goal. Here are some of the things you can do while visiting Tahiti and her islands:
  • Canoing, Golf, Tennis, Deep Sea Fishing, Diving, Glass Bottom Boat Tours, Jet Ski Tours, Parasailing, Sailing, Shark & Ray Feeding Tours, Snorkeling, Windsurfing, Surfing, and Yachting
  • Bike/Scooter Rentals, Camping, Circle Island Tours, Handicraft Shopping, Helicopter Tours, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Motu Picnics, Jeep Safari Tours, and Museum Tours.
Climate and Weather
Tahiti enjoys an ideal South Sea tropical climate. Maximum summer temperatures average 88ºF (31ºC) and the mean minimum is 72ºF (22ºC). The winter average maximum is 84ºF (29ºC) and the mean minimum is 66ºF (19ºC). These are much cooler in the uplands of the interior of the large islands. A cooling trade wind blows from the east south -east for most of the year. It usually drops to a whisper in the evening and picks up again by mid-morning.
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Tahiti Reviews
Glorious Tahiti ... Romantic Fiji
by Carmen Patricola last updated on 09/02/2013
La Orana ! Papeete, Moorea, Fakarava, Rangiroa, Huaina, Le Taha'a, and of course, Bora Bora - its lagoon, considered the most beautiful in the world, is incredible and perfect for your honeymoon. I've stayed in many of Tahiti's world class...
by Cynthia Amin last updated on 10/05/2010
The center of the universe for romance - The best all inclusive honeymoons - Tahiti, Bora Bora, Moorea and the South Pacific Islands are considered some of the top honeymoon destinations in the world. You can have your very own overwater bungalow, experience...
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by Ebony Bearyman last updated on 09/24/2010
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French Polynesia
by Barbi Partlow last updated on 03/30/2009
Ia orana! I am a Certified Tahiti Tiare Agent, with a real passion for the beautiful islands of French Polynesia. These magical islands are full of culture and I am dedicated to promoting the benefits of a Tahitian island experience. Mauruuru!
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Tahiti - French Polynesia
by Cory Orchin last updated on 07/25/2008
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