Tahiti is the largest and most populated island in French Polynesia, a collection of stunning archipelagos that is made up of over 118 islands and atolls dispersed over more than 2000km of stunning ocean, nearly half of which remain uninhabited and entirely unspoilt. It is Tahiti’s natural beauty that makes it such a popular destination and the island’s interior is laden with breath-taking scenery, from mysterious mountains to turquoise lagoons and astonishing waterfalls. From Tahiti, visitors can explore the many coral atolls of French Polynesia, which are only accessible by boat and are incredibly beautiful, with crystal-clear waters teeming with exotic fish, dolphins and sea turtles. Depending on the season, visitors to the island will have the opportunity to go whale watching, a truly remarkable and unforgettable experience. A wide selection of tropical fruit, fresh seafood and international cuisine will ensure you are well fed on the island and there are a number of local delicacies for you to enjoy. Located 4,400km from Hawaii and over 5,500 from Australia, Tahiti a secluded island paradise with a glorious climate that offers the height of privacy, making it the perfect place to recharge your batteries and escape civilisation.