Outdoor activities in Tahiti

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Tahiti: The Must-Do Activities

Tahiti: What to do when you get there?

Powder white beaches, friendly locals, delicious food and 23ft high waves make Tahiti a top end holiday destination.

Like most exotic islands Tahiti leaves you with a feeling of awe and wonder. The breadth of activities, sandy beaches, and crystal clear water is enough to fill you with a sudden longing. Located in the South Pacific Ocean, Tahiti is a part of French Polynesia and is the largest island in the Windward group.

Many of us automatically assume that time spent in Tahiti involves R&R, sunbathing and eating delicious food. Whilst all of the former is true, there are also some amazing adventures to be had here. Tahitians take full advantage of the natural resources by practicing jetskiing, kitesurfing, aerobatics, windsurfing, canyoning and scuba diving. Now this is no ordinary scuba diving, this is scuba diving to see sharks, yes sharks! And whale watching and of course dolphin watching too.

Surfing is also very popular and Teahupoʻo attracts extreme surf junkies from around the world. A village on the south-west coast of the island, Teahupoʻo (aptly translates in to the place of skulls) is one of the deadliest surf breaks in the world.

The locals religiously practice outrigger canoe. Its popularity quickly made it the island’s national sport, with Tahitians outdoing themselves year after year, breaking records and achieving top times as world champions.

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Surfing
Scuba Diving
    Canyoning
      Snorkeling
        Kitesurfing
          Aerobatics
            Wildlife Experiences
              Scenic Flights
                Quad biking
                  Paragliding
                    Jet Skiing
                      Helicopter tours

                        Tahiti: What to do when you get there?

                        Powder white beaches, friendly locals, delicious food and 23ft high waves make Tahiti a top end holiday destination.

                        Like most exotic islands Tahiti leaves you with a feeling of awe and wonder. The breadth of activities, sandy beaches, and crystal clear water is enough to fill you with a sudden longing. Located in the South Pacific Ocean, Tahiti is a part of French Polynesia and is the largest island in the Windward group.

                        Many of us automatically assume that time spent in Tahiti involves R&R, sunbathing and eating delicious food. Whilst all of the former is true, there are also some amazing adventures to be had here. Tahitians take full advantage of the natural resources by practicing jetskiing, kitesurfing, aerobatics, windsurfing, canyoning and scuba diving. Now this is no ordinary scuba diving, this is scuba diving to see sharks, yes sharks! And whale watching and of course dolphin watching too.

                        Surfing is also very popular and Teahupoʻo attracts extreme surf junkies from around the world. A village on the south-west coast of the island, Teahupoʻo (aptly translates in to the place of skulls) is one of the deadliest surf breaks in the world.

                        The locals religiously practice outrigger canoe. Its popularity quickly made it the island’s national sport, with Tahitians outdoing themselves year after year, breaking records and achieving top times as world champions.

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