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Kategorie – French Polynesia

French Polynesia, a stunning archipelago in the South Pacific, is a dream destination for travelers who crave exotic beauty, adventure, and relaxation. This island paradise, consisting of over 100 islands and atolls, combines stunning nature, luxurious resorts and a fascinating culture.

The beaches of French Polynesia are simply paradise. Think powdery white sand, framed by lush palm trees and turquoise waters. Snorkel in the colorful coral reefs, dive with sharks and rays, or simply relax in the sun.

One of the most famous islands in the archipelago is Bora Bora, famous for its spectacular lagoon and overwater bungalows that offer romantic luxury accommodation. Tahiti, the main island, impresses with its vibrant capital Papeete and a vibrant culture.

The culture of French Polynesia is rich and fascinating. The locals maintain their traditions, music and dances. The ubiquitous ukulele playing and charming hula dances are among the unforgettable cultural experiences.

The natural landscapes are equally impressive. From the lush valleys and waterfalls of Moorea to the mysterious tiki statues in the Marquesas Islands, there’s plenty to explore. Hikers and nature lovers get their money’s worth here.

French Polynesia is actively committed to protecting the environment and preserving its unique environment. The strict environmental regulations and the preservation of biodiversity are of great importance here.

Whether you’re looking for a romantic adventure, a relaxing break on the beach, or thrilling water sports, French Polynesia has it all and more. It is a tropical paradise that will enchant your senses and create unforgettable memories.

Tahiti – the pearl of the ocean

Holidaymakers like to find everything they are looking for at their destination. A wish that can hardly be fulfilled in French Polynesia, after all, there are often several hundred kilometers between the local Tahiti Islands. Nevertheless, this circumstance has its own charm. Especially since on the islands, in addition to getting to know a foreign culture, an...

Dreamlike islands in the South Seas: A paradise for explorers

The South Seas – a common name for the South Pacific – is an archipelago of islands and atolls on all sides south of Panama. And oh, how beautiful Panama is, the little tiger and the bear already knew! The South Seas are famous for their pristine beaches, turquoise waters, lush tropical vegetation – in short, for being a paradise on earth. So it’s no wonder...

Bora Bora – Dreamlike island in the South Seas

One of the most beautiful holiday destinations in the South Seas is the atoll of Bora Bora, which is located about 260 kilometres north of Tahiti . The mountainous island, which has a volcanic origin, is part of French Polynesia and belongs to the Society Islands. It is surrounded by numerous coral islands. Bora Bora – Polynesian South Sea Pearl Tourism is now...

Tahaa – Island in French Polynesia

The islands of French Polynesia are arguably some of the most impressive regions our planet has to offer. The mostly volcanic islands are not just small paradises with turquoise blue seas, but often also real cultural treasures that have remained largely free of mass tourism and change over the centuries. A good example of islands worth visiting is Tahaa. The small...

Maupiti – the enchanting atoll in French Polynesia

Maupiti is one of the still unknown holiday regions and is perfect for a dream stay away from the usual tourist crowds. Even the geographical location of the atoll sounds magical. Maupiti is one of the Society Islands and is located in the center of the Leeward Islands. The affectionate nicknames also describe this magical island excellently. Maupiti is also called...

Moorea in French Polynesia is Tahiti’s “little sister”

Although the first Europeans discovered and explored the more than 100 atolls and islands of the five archipelagos in the South Pacific before him, today the arrival of the naval officer, navigator and Writer Louis Antoine de Bougainville (1729-1811) in April 1786 in Tahiti as the birth of the 4,100 km² overseas territory French Polynesia. Its 118 inhabited and...