A LUXURIOUS ISLAND PARADISE AT THE EDGE OF THE WORLD
Best Time to Go
March to November
French Polynesia is a picture-perfect paradise of 118 unique islands rising from the warm turquoise ocean. Golden sandy beaches become emerald foothills that stretch towards shrouded green peaks. Escape to one of our favourite private luxury islands for the ultimate sumptuous getaway. Spend days hiking to waterfalls cascading to the freshwater of emerald lagoons, swimming in an ocean of every blue you can imagine or just resting in an over-water hammock shaded by palm trees and a rainbow of tropical flowers. Island holiday destinations don’t get much better than this.
Interesting to Know
Tahiti and Gaugin
The artist settled here 1891 to escape creative pressure in Europe
To B or not to B
There is no B in Tahitian (Pora Pora not Bora Bora!).
Tattoo or Tatau?
The word tattoo originates from the Tahitian word ‘tatau’
FRENCH POLYNESIA INSPIRATION
BREATHTAKING BORA BORA
If heaven on earth exists, it must be Bora Bora. Crowned by the volcanic peak of Mount Otemanu, this island of emerald and sapphire fringed with sand so fine must be seen to be believed. Hike into rainforests alive with the sound of wild creatures hidden in canopies and a balmy breeze scented by the sweet smell of frangipani flowers. Take a private yacht charter and drift across an ocean of every blue you could ever imagine. Snorkel in pristine coral reefs surrounded by fish of all shapes and colours. A luxury holiday in Bora Bora will never disappoint.
Luxury holidays in Tahiti are all about island-hopping. Whether taking day trips from your private island in Bora Bora or setting sail on a luxury yacht charter, we will design a bespoke journey that encompasses the treasures of this Pacific Paradise. Discover the island of Moorea with stunning views of Cook’s Bay and the craggy peaks of Mount Tohiea and Mount Rotui. Dive into the thousand-year-old culture on the island of Huahine. Witness ancient rituals preserved by generations and explore a living sculpture park of Pre-European Marae (temples).