The myth of French Polynesia has bewitched travellers for generations. Like a postcard, the landscape of our 118 islands never ceases to make us dream by its diversity.|
Floating like clouds on the ocean, the atolls, these small islands of coral lands with pristine white beaches and turquoise waters lagoon, have a sparse vegetation. On the contrary, the high islands are formed of deep valleys with waterfalls hidden by exuberant vegetation. They carried away the adventurer with these black sand beaches of volcanic origin, but also surprise by white sand beaches on the neighboring coast.
Raivavae is part of the Australes Archipelago and is located 630 km southeast of Tahiti. This island is inhabited by only 950 people in four villages. Beyond its wild beauty, its population is an example of Polynesian kindness and conviviality. The lives of these men and women are simply as if suspended out of time, away from the race of a world of madness.
Nuku Hiva in the Marquesas archipelago, is after Tahiti, the second largest island in Polynesia, with 330 km² of area. This island preserved from mass tourism has preserved its archaeological and natural treasures. A symbol of a lively culture thanks to its dialect, tradition, crafts, sculptures, tattoos and culinary art, the Marquisian culture has been reborn and now ensures the preservation of ancestral traditions.
Bora Bora is considered one of the most beautiful islands in the world, making it «the Pearl of the
Pacific». It was the scene of the American operation BOBCAT during the Second World War. Surrounded by “motu” of fine sand, the main island is bathed in a lagoon with blue and green waters that offer the visitor a unique experience. A popular tourist destination, Bora Bora invites you to dream and enjoy water activities where colourful fish brighten up the azure waters.
Fare Rata, La Poste de Polynésie, invites you on a stroll, discovering heavenly landscapes.
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