Tahiti is famous for turquoise waters, a diverse and colorful culture to rival any other and beaches of the yellowest color. But those are things Tahiti is known for, and they’re all great. Today though, we want to mention a few other places that aren’t as famous.
These are great amazing places that you honestly shouldn’t miss seeing on your next trip to Tahiti.
- Overwater Bungalows
You won’t believe the beauty and awe inspiring experience you’ll receive by staying in an overwater bungalow in Tahiti. They’re literally bungalows erected atop the water with glass floors.
Tahiti is an island in French Polynesia and no one can deny how beautiful many of its attractions are, and these overwater bungalows are some of the finest and most significant.
They are idyllic and look very traditional. And yet, they still fit perfectly in the modern world. Bora Bora and Morea, in particular, have many of these lovely structures. Make time and go see them when you’re in Tahiti. Better yet, we’ll book your stay in one.
- Natural Aquarium
Marine life aficionados, Tahiti will definitely be a fun place for you. Even f you’re not into marine life, the Huahine Natural Aquarium will have you gawking and pointing at all the color and beauty under water.
You can either relax and take in the view from a platform or get up-close and personal and dive into the water. Either of the options is a great one, so take your pick. If you so wish you can also stroll over to the Intercontinental’s Lagoonarium located at the heart of the resort.
- Three Waterfalls
It’s impossible to deny the number of beautiful waterfalls falling from many of Tahiti’s’ heights. The majority of them will have you trekking through the lush and beautiful rainforest before you see them, but that’s an added bonus for you. The best is still yet to come, though…
Make sure you’ve packed your swimming suit in your backpack because when you reach the waterfalls, no one will stop you from diving into and piercing through the rockpool below the falls. It’s going to be a new experience as well as a refreshing swim, that’s for sure.
If you’re wondering why the region is called the ‘Three Waterfalls’, it’s because there are indeed three waterfalls there. The locals call them the “Faarumai Waterfalls’ or the “Les Trois Cascades.”
Tahiti is calling you, so what do you do? You make a call to Journeys of a Lifetime Travel. Matter of fact, why not just come over to Greenville, SC, and have a one-on-one chat with us? We’ll take your adventure ideas and give it life. As an experienced travel agency, we will deliver beyond your expectations. So, reach out to us and let’s make sure your vacation in Tahiti is your best one yet!