French Polynesia Etiquette

French Polynesia Etiquette

French Polynesia is quite simply – laid back. The atmosphere is friendly and the people approachable and helpful. Causal dress is expected though if you find that you’re often the victim of sand flies and mosquitoes – then you’ll find long skirts or trousers…

French Polynesian Cuisine

French Polynesian Cuisine

The cuisine of the French Polynesian is, as you might expect, every bit as wonderful as the islands themselves. Fresh seafood is prominent – in particular fresh fish such as tuna, mahi-mahi and grouper, though more exotic options such as barracuda, sea urchin and…

Best time to visit French Polynesia

Best time to visit  French Polynesia

Thanks to its location in the tropical zone of the southern hemisphere, French Polynesia enjoys warm temperatures throughout the year. The winter is from May to October and has temperatures of up-to the mid 30’s and low humidity – making it the perfect time…

French Polynesia Honeymoons

French Polynesia Honeymoons

The French Polynesia is a paradise on earth – idyllic and luxurious, vibrant and romantic, many argue that these stunning South Pacific Islands are the ultimate destination for luxury honeymoons. The landscapes are varied – from the breathtaking luxury of the Society and Tuamotu…

Bora Bora Island

Bora Bora Island

The island of Bora Bora is the stuff of legend. It’s a fairytale land of jagged volcanic peaks, crystal-clear lagoons and hedonistic luxuries. When you get your first glimpse of those incredible lush peaks you’ll feel a need to explore a little further, and…

White Sand Beach in Moorea

White Sand Beach in Moorea

Possibly the most beautiful white sand beaches that you will ever see. Imagine paradise and you’ll be close. When you get there, dip your toes in the crystal clear turquoise waters and watch the majesty of a sunset over the horizon and take a…

Tahiti Islands

Tahiti Islands

Tahiti’s rugged black sand beaches are often overlooked by those on their way to experience the euphoria of a beach on Moorea – but we recommend that you take a few days to explore Tahiti. The island is centralised around its capital – Papeete,…

Food in Fiji

Food in Fiji

Fijian cuisine has been greatly influenced by its position in the middle of the Pacific Ocean and as such fish is a major part of the food – everything from mahi-mahi, snapper, mackerel to unicorn fish, octopus etc. What we love the most though…

Denarau Island – Fiji

Denarau Island – Fiji

This beautiful little island is just a short way off the coast of the main Fijian island of Viti Levu. The island is a haven for luxury-loving sun-seekers and the pristine shores are mostly taken up by crisply manicured resorts. While you’re there you…

Suva – The capital of Fiji

Suva – The capital of Fiji

The Capital of Fiji is Suva. Many of Fiji’s visitors tend to pass over the capital city but if you want to experience day-to-day Fijian life – then there are few better places. The city is on a peninsula with Laucala Bay to the…

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