French Polynesia Has the Perfect Island for Every Party
French Polynesia is definitely one of the best holiday destinations in the world. Tahiti attracted many famous people throughout the history. Gauguin and Cezanne cherished this piece of paradise on Earth. Marlon Brando was so enchanted by it that he bought an island and turned it into an eco-friendly, luxurious resort. Each of the Tahiti islands tell its own story and each of them is worth your while. But, some of these islands may be a bit more appropriate for different types of celebrations than the others. Here are some good suggestions on how to make Tahiti islands a part of your happy days. The perfect island for your party.
Valentine’s Day at Tikehau
Tikehau is famous for its pink sand beaches and abundant marine life which attracts scuba divers and snorkeling lovers. Also, this lovely island consists of small sand atolls which can be turned into the perfect spots for romantic picnics for two. This is definitely a great thing to do for Valentine’s Day. There is a luxurious resort on Tikehau, and if you really want to splurge on Valentine’s Day, call them and let them arrange a romantic gourmet breakfast for two. The rest of your day can be one big snorkeling adventure or simply a lazy day on your favorite beach.
Bachelor’s/Hen’s Parties on Moorea
Enjoying the tropical paradise while having fun with the tons of activities available can be a definition of a successful vacation for friends. Moreover, it can be just the thing for your bachelor’s or hen’s party. Moorea is called the Magical Island. The name itself promises an exciting stay. Bali Hai Moorea is a perfect place to stay in the overwater bungalows and let the imaginative hosts plan your activities, because Moorea offers a lot. You should definitely go hiking, all the way to the Belvedere Lookout and see both bays at the same time. Aside from the daily snorkeling, diving and kayaking trips, find the time to visit the dolphin resort or even go whale watching. However, make sure you are back by dinner time, because you do not want to miss out on the delicacies prepared in a traditional way, or the Tahitian dance show.
Wedding on Tupai
For the most exclusive and the most private wedding ever, you need to save up and get married on Tupai. This heart-shaped atoll is privately owned and you need to ask for a permission to land on its small airport. However, there are helicopter operators that will fly you and your loved one to this uninhabited island, spread the red carpet in front of you and you can get married in complete privacy.
Honeymoon on Bora Bora
Another name for Bora Bora is the Romantic Island. The name itself suggests that this place lends itself for your perfect honeymoon. This luxurious island offers amazing snorkeling, diving and swimming opportunities for the couples that love active vacations. It is possible to swim with the sharks and manta rays, or to book a 4×4 Jeep safari. However, if you truly want to use the full potential of Bora Bora, book one of the amazing overwater bungalows, schedule a massage for couples and let this island spoil you. Treat yourself with a full day tour of the lagoon and the gourmet picnic. In the evening, pick one of the sunset cruises that offer Champaign as a part of their package. You can also have a candlelight dinner on the beach.
Wedding Anniversary on Huahine
Newlywed couples can be anywhere and still have fun simply by gazing into each other’s eyes. However, those who already celebrate their anniversaries want some new experiences to enrich their lives. Huahine offers a lot of interesting things to see and do, so that makes it a perfect place to come as a couple and have an exciting adventure. Huahine is a part of all the good island escape cruises because it is not as popular as Tahiti or Bora Bora. This island offers snorkeling, jet skiing, fishing and swimming as everyday activities. However, covered with plantations and lush vegetation it invites people to walk deeper into the island and enjoy its landscapes. Besides nature, Huahine boasts with rich cultural heritage. The biggest number of ancient temples and marae is on this island.
You can always visit and enjoy the many islands of French Polynesia. But, when there is a nice cause (like a celebration) the visit is even better and more enjoyable.