The French Polynesia is composed by 118 islands and atolls 67 of the are inhabited. The island of Tahiti, in the archipelago, the island of Sociedad, is the most famous and populated of the islands.
Begin the journey in Sociedad islands in Raiatea. It is about the heart of the culture of the Polynesia and the second biggest city of the area. It is hidden between the blue lake and its huge Tapioi mount. A recommended activity inside the island is to tour around and explore the jungle, and the hidden falls inside the territory.
You will sail towards Anapa Pearl Farm, known to be an excellent choice for divers. You can find here a rare water Pearl reserve and a coral backyard with unseen species.
Sail towards the world-famous island of Bora Bora. Firstly, you cannot miss Otemanu Mount one of the extinct volcanos of the island core. You will also have the chance to link to original sharks of black end reefs and manta rays in their natural habitats.
Tahaa island is like traveling in time, surrounded by an exotic jungle and barely uninhabited villages making the island become an excellent option to walk around. There exist different bays inside the island where you can go kayaking or even rent a jet ski.
Reaching the end of the journey, sail towards Huahine. Composed by two islands, Huanine is well known for its Pearl factory, a beautiful place to know and learn about the sea history of pearls. We also recommend going snorkeling or diving, since you will find other exotic species living in the sea.
Sail back to Raiatea port in the last day, where you will land. A recommended activity in the island, is to tour around and explore the jungle and the hidden falls inside the island.
The climate in French Polynesia is sunny and pleasant. Roughly speaking, there are two seasons: from September through May the climate is warmer and humid, while April through August is cooler and drier.
Most of the rain falls during the warmer season, but there are also many sunny days during these months, with refreshing trade winds.
Historical weather (Averages by month):
Around 20 to 30 cm (approx.: 1 foot).
In the Leeward Islands low tide is around 6.00 am and 6.00 pm, high tide around noon and midnight.
Client can obtain the weather situation at any time by listening to the maritime weather forecasts. Weather updates are given hourly during severe weather.