French Polynesia Tours

View of Bora Bora Island, French Polynesia
Bora Bora Island is known for it’s breathtakingly beautiful turquoise lagoons

A French overseas collectivity lying in southern Pacific Ocean, French Polynesia islands include several groups of volcanic islands and atolls. Ever since they were first discovered, these islands have continued to allure, inspire and enamour tourists from worldwide. Flightshotelstours offers detailed guide on French Polynesia Tours. 

The most famous among the French Polynesia islands are Tahiti, Moorea and Bora Bora. Strewn across the Southern Pacific Ocean, these islands offer a special experience for tourists embarking on French Polynesia Tours. 

Tour to French Polynesia is much sought after by tourists from worldwide not only because of the spectacular scenic beauty of the islands and the hospitable Polynesian people. Also part of tourist attractions in French Polynesia is the real ambiance here, from the soothing air scented heavily with tropical flowers to spectacular sunsets that mark the end of yet another fascinating day at Tahiti.

The Society Island Group of the French Polynesian islands comprise of several Windward and Leeward Islands. The Windward Islands include:

  • Tahiti – the largest and most renowned of the French Polynesia Islands. 
  • Moorea – Considered by many as one of the most beautiful places on earth, this island features jagged peaks and spires that are the major highlights of the place. Like all other islands that you’ll visit on French Polynesia Tours, Moorea island was formed as a result of volcanic activity hundreds of thousands of years ago.
  • Tetiaroa – Located about 30 miles to the north of Tahiti, this island is most famous for being owned by Marlon Brando
  • Maiao – Located almost 72 miles to the west of Tahiti
  • Mehetia – Located about 94 miles to the east of Tahiti, this is the only uninhabited island of the windward group.

The Leeward Islands include:

  • Huahine – Located about 175 km from Tahiti, this island is the most oriental among the Leeward Islands Raiatea 
  • Bora Bora
  • Maupiti – located about 30 miles to the west of Bora Bora
  • Tupai – Located about 10 miles to the north of Bora Bora
  • MAUPELIA, MANUAE, and MOTU ONE – Small, mostly uninhabited islands located about 100 miles to the west of Bora Bora