Scattered in the Pacific Ocean, halfway between Tokyo and Santiago de Chile, these are the archipelagos that make up French Polynesia (five in total), containing 118 islands together.
Of these archipelagos the most populated and economically active is that of Sociedad, made up simultaneously of two other archipelagos, the Barlovento or Windward (containing mainly the islands of Tahiti, Moorea and Tetiaroa) and the Sotavento (with the islands of Bora Bora, Huahine, Raiatea, Taha’a and Maupiti).
For travellers wanting a more exotic destinations, there are other islands like Huahine or the Tuamotu, or the definitely wild Marquesas.
We will find ourselves in a special atmosphere that mixes French sophistication with the joyful and festive spirit of the locals.
We want to propose this trip to Polynesia as a climax to a stay in Australia, New Zealand or the West Coast of the United States; but we want to suggest it as not only a few days relaxing in paradise, but as a destination that offers much more … we will stay in islands where besides dream hotels, we will learn the fragility of their ecosystems and how to conserve them, enjoy virgin seabeds, attend local craft workshops, learn local dances … endless cultural activities that we can combine with complete disconnection from the real world.