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The Islands of Tahiti are now COVID Free

French Polynesia has managed to control the spread of the pandemic locally and the country is now COVID-19 free. Lockdown measures have been lifted in the various islands, but its borders are remaining closed for the time being.

However, in light of the current worldwide circumstances, the Tahiti Tourisme Superyacht Cluster is actively working with the authorities to ease the process of superyachts' arrivals, as well as their guests, to allow them to come to French Polynesia again.

We will be in touch as soon as an official announcement is made and will keep you informed of any situation update for your owners and clients.

In the meantime, the members of the cluster are available should you have any questions:

Manoa Rey: Tahiti Tourisme
Etienne Boutin: Tahiti Ocean
Laurent Cornu: Tahiti Superyacht Support
Pascal Bredin: Seal Superyachts Tahiti
Christelle Holler: Tahiti Private Expeditions

Tahiti Comes to You

The Islands of Tahiti welcome you to explore the islands through its virtual series with stories of life in the island paradise. You can join them to plant coral, learn Polynesian dance, or go for a virtual hike.

Tahitian Black Pearls

The warm lagoon waters of the islands and atolls are Mother Nature’s choice for the cultivation of her pure living gems: Tahitian Pearls. Commonly known as “Black Pearls,” Tahitian Pearls range widely in pricing, size, shape and colors. From the darkest black to shimmering shades of green, blue, bronze, aubergine, or even pink – these are indeed the jewels of the ocean.

Marae: Discovering the Sacred Sites

Marae, or religious stone temples, are found throughout The Islands of Tahiti. In ancient times, they important places for religious, political and social gatherings, they are still considered sacred sites today. No trip to The Islands of Tahiti is complete without visiting a marae and contemplating the spirit of Mana which resides there. Explore a marae and learn why these sites are so significant to Polynesian culture and history.

Discover more about the Islands of Tahiti experience here.

Image: Mark Fitz

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