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TAHITI

Tahiti Travel & Holiday Packages

You will often hear The Islands of Tahiti referred to as French Polynesia or just simply Tahiti. More than just sand-and-sun, Tahiti offers an array of activities for all travellers.

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REGIONS OF TAHITI

BORA BORA

Bora Bora is synonymous with romance and is home to the iconic Overwater Bungalows. The vast choice of resorts, all as spectacular as the next, makes it the perfect honeymoon destination. After a 50-minute flight from Tahiti, you will find the stunning island of Bora Bora which features the world’s most beautiful lagoon. We love Bora Bora because it is the epitome of paradise. The colours of the lagoon are even more stunning than you see in photos and the lagoon is warm, crystal clear and totally mesmerising. There are a range of activities on offer in Bora Bora including shark & ray feeding, jet skiing, ...

MOOREA

Moorea offers a more authentic feel than the more built up island of Tahiti or the more tourism driven island of Bora Bora. We love Moorea because of its relaxed vibe. Moorea offers a more authentic feel than the more built up island of Tahiti or the more tourism driven island of Bora Bora. You don’t feel overrun here and you can sample the typical and relaxed way of island life. Moorea’s lagoon waters are simply stunning and its breathtaking mountain peaks add to the allure. Moorea will suit most travellers as it offers a diverse range of holiday styles.

TAHITI

The hub for accessing French Polynesia, Tahiti is the commercial centre, and home to the capital, Papeete. It is the largest of the 118 islands and atolls that comprise French Polynesia and flights to Tahiti arrive into its international airport, Faa’a. About 70% of the population of French Polynesia reside on the island of Tahiti and of those, about 75% reside in Papeete or its suburbs. Papeete is the capital city and the commercial hub of French Polynesia. It has a colourful market offering local food, hand-made crafts and souvenirs as well as a range of pearl shops, bars and restaurants.

FAKARAVA

Fakarava is famous for its exceptional dive sites, especially the north pass, which at 800m is the widest in Polynesia. It is the second largest atoll in French Polynesia, located 450 km from Tahiti and takes about 1 hour and 10 minutes to reach by plane. Like her big sister, Rangiroa, this atoll is famous for its exceptional dive sites, especially the north pass, which at 800m is the widest in Polynesia. The island offers a range of small, family run pensions scattered across the vast lagoon with the majority of the population centred around the village of Rotoava in the north of the atoll and about 4km from the...

HUAHINE

Often referred to as the Garden of Eden due to its lush vegetation, abundance of tropical fruit trees, untouched beaches and idyllic secluded lagoon waters, Huahine is a real paradise on Earth! Upon arrival in Huahine, you’ll be swept up in its magic. It teems with lush forests, pristine beaches, and charming villages, offering a Polynesian version of the Garden of Eden. Huahine Island is one of Tahiti’s hidden gems, ideal for secluded retreats away from the chaos of everyday life. Its deep, crystal-clear lagoon and white sand beaches add a touch of drama to a spectacular tropical experience.

RAIATEA

Raiatea will suit those travellers looking for a cultural discovery as well as an accessible lagoon playground. Raiatea is the second largest island in French Polynesia and is located a quick 40 minute flight to the northeast of Tahiti island. Regarded as French Polynesia’s most sacred island, Raiatea is full of legends and was the cultural, religious and royal heart of ancient Polynesia. The legends create a mysterious and magical atmosphere in many places on the island. The ancient Marae, Taputapuatea is the largest in Polynesia. The island is also full of natural wonders with many waterfalls, lush valleys and...

MAUPITI

The preserved serenity and untouched nature of the island attracts sea turtles who lay their eggs on the white sand beaches. Maupiti is a hidden gem of an island with an exceptionally beautiful lagoon. The island is often referred to as the Preserved Island and it is nature that is the absolute ruler as there are no hotels and only a few scattered family Pensions. The preserved serenity and untouched nature of the island attracts sea turtles who lay their eggs on the white sand beaches. Maupiti’s lagoon is also home to Manta rays and we recommend you experience the unforgettable opportunity of...

MANGAREVA

Referred to as the cradle of Catholicism in French Polynesia and offers some of the most beautiful religious buildings in Polynesia. Mangareva houses one of Tahiti’s most stunning lagoons, but the island’s charms go beyond the surface. In its turquoise waters are coral heads and marine creatures that complement Mangareva’s green peaks. Visitors may also find a wealth of Tahitian pearls and historical attractions on the island. Located more than 1700km east of Tahiti, the Gambier Archipelago is a little off the beaten tourist track but its rare atmosphere of history and mystery make the trip worthwhile.

TAHA'A

Often called the Vanilla Island, Taha’a is also known as Raiatea’s sister island, as they both share the same lagoon. It is located 230km to the west of Tahiti and flights to Taha’a actually land on Raiatea. You are then transferred by boat to the nearby island of Taha’a. Vanilla growing is the main activity on Taha’a and wherever you go, to the top of Mount Ohiri, around the winding island road or in to secluded bays, the sweet aroma of vanilla lingers heavily in the air. Taha’a produces more than 80% of Tahiti’s world-famous vanilla. It is also home to the stunning five star Relais & Chateau Le Taha’a...

AHE

The Ahe atoll is the perfect destination for those that are looking for an authentic Polynesian experience. Located between Rangiroa and Manihi, the Ahe atoll is the perfect destination for those that are looking for an authentic Polynesian experience. Flights to Ahe take 2 hours and 20 minutes from Tahiti, via Takaroa. There is only one pass, Tiareroa, to enter the 70m deep lagoon waters of Ahe. Surrounding the pass are numerous coral drop-offs which make the perfect spot to snorkel or dive with a diverse species of sharks, rays, turtles, napoleon fish, barracudas and more.

AHE

RANGIROA

The second largest atoll in the world with more than 240 motus in the lagoon, and is so large it could fit the entire island of Tahiti in the middle of it! 350km north east of the island of Tahiti lies the largest atoll in French Polynesia, Rangiroa. It is the second largest atoll in the world with more than 240 motus in the lagoon and is so large you can fit the entire island of Tahiti in the middle of it! Flights to Rangiroa take just an hour from Tahiti. Thanks to its infinite lagoon, Rangiroa offers a good range of water activities, from line or drag fishing, to visiting black pearl farms or fish parks.

TIKEHAU

Pink sand beaches take in many bird colonies that seek refuge in the small islands scattered across the lagoon. It is located 300 km northeast of the island of Tahiti and flights to Tikehau take just 55 minutes from Tahiti. Tikehau is one of the most beautiful atolls in French Polynesia, it forms an almost unbroken circle, 26 kilometres across, creating a unique ecosystem and the highest concentration of fish of all the atolls. It attracts the majestic Manta Rays who come to the lagoon waters to be cleaned by the little cleaner fish! It also had a fabulous snorkelling coral garden site as well as many...

NUKU HIVA

Formed by volcanoes and has an abundance of rocky shores, pristine bays, waterfalls, valleys and basalt peaks. Nuku Hiva is the largest of the six inhabited islands that form the Marquesas archipelago. These islands are some of the most remote islands in the world, and are very different from the Society Islands’ calm lagoons with their surrounding reefs. In Nuku Hiva sheer cliffs drop off in to the rough and wild vast ocean. Nuku Hiva is situated 1400km from the island of Tahiti. Flights to the island take three and a half hours from Tahiti, or alternatively you can arrive by boat on the passenger/cargo vessel, the Aranui 3.

UA HUKA

The island itself is shaped very much like a crescent. Wild horses gallop as far as the eye can see around this desert-colored land. Ua Huka is a small and remote island located in the Marquesas Islands, which are part of French Polynesia. In the local legend, the island is believed to symbolize the "food basket" of God's house. This mystical belief is supported by the island's rich soil and abundant vegetation, which make it an ideal place for growing fruits, vegetables, and other crops. The islanders take great pride in their traditional farming techniques and are known for producing high-quality produce...

UA POU

In the islands’ legend, Ua Pou symbolizes the entrance pillars to God’s house and is the third largest of the 12 islands. Ua Pou is a stunning island located in the Marquesas Islands of French Polynesia. It is known for its iconic basaltic columns that soar high into the sky, symbolizing the entrance pillars to God's house. These columns, which hold the names of legendary warriors Poutetaunui and Poumaka, are a testament to the island's rich cultural heritage and have inspired many visitors over the years. It is also a popular destination for adventure seekers, with many opportunities for hiking, rock climbing,...

RIMATARA

Rimatara, despite being the smallest island in the Austral archipelago, boasts many hidden beauties that give it a unique charm. Rimatara, located in the Austral archipelago, is the smallest island of the group, yet it boasts a unique charm with many hidden beauties. As you circle the island, you'll feel as though time has stopped, with tranquil surroundings and breathtaking scenery. The island's small lagoon is also home to an endangered bird species, the Khul's lorikeet or Vini 'ura, whose colorful feathers brighten up Rimatara's sky. This makes Rimatara one of the last refuges for these beautiful birds.

RURUTU

Rurutu offers an amazing diversity of lush landscapes and its temperate tropical climate allows a variety of fruits & vegetables to thrive. Rurutu is known as the island of whales and you can observe these fascinating mammals from July to October, when they come to breed in the waters that surround the island. The island’s crystal-clear waters and overwater observation platform attract photographers and visitors from all over the world wanting to capture the whales up close. It has well preserved her ancient culture and it is alive and thriving today.

TUBUAI

Tubuai, being the largest island in the Austral Archipelago, serves as the primary location for public and economic services in the region. The island's reef is scattered with fine motus, coral, and volcanic rocks, while its huge lagoon, which is nearly twice the size of the island itself, offers 33 sq. mi. (85 km²) of pure aquatic fun. The mild climate also makes Tubuai and the surrounding islands ideal for farming, with fields of lilies grown for export that can be seen stretching as far as the eye can see. Tubuai's natural beauty, abundant aquatic activities, and rich cultural history make it a must-see destination for travelers...

RAIVAVAE

“Raivavae” or “the open sky” is a great place to listen to the sounds of sea bird songs, the swell of the ocean and the gentle wind. Raivavae is a breathtaking island featuring a large lagoon surrounded by a coral reef composed of 28 motu. The cool climate of the island allows for a variety of agricultural activities, and the inhabitants of the four villages located on the island grow taro, coffee, mango, and banana trees. The locals of Raivavae have made a conscious decision to preserve the natural beauty of their island and have developed an ecotourism concept that welcomes visitors in a warm and...

HIVA OA

Famous for being the final resting place of the French painter Paul Gauguin and the Belgian singer and poet Jacques Brel. Hiva Oa’s beauty lies in the unique features of its glorious landscapes. Upon setting foot on this South Pacific island, you’ll be surrounded by sublime indigo waters punctuated by seaside cliffs and volcanic rock. Hiva Oa also brings a rich cultural experience and unmatched wilderness together, making travellers wish they’d stayed longer. Located about 1,184 km northeast of Tahiti, flights to Hiva Oa take about 3 hours and 20 minutes from Tahiti.

Helpful Information

When to visit

Our tip is not to choose your travel dates based solely on weather conditions and seasons.

The majority of the time Tahiti is sunny, hot and fabulous! Our team has visited Tahiti in every possible month and we have experienced a range of weather conditions. You may book to travel in the drier cooler month of July and have the unfortunate experience of a rainy holiday, just as you may book your holiday in a traditionally wetter month and see nothing but sunshine and blue skies every day!  We simply can’t predict the weather!

Whilst resorts differ, generally low season accommodation prices are from 20 January – 31 May and 1 November – 20 December. High season is 1 June – 31 October and 21 December – 19 January. The Christmas and New Year periods, as well as Easter, are referred to as the Festive Season and often attract surcharges.

How long do you want to spend in the islands?

Flight schedules play an important role in planning a trip to The Islands of Tahiti. Flights are not scheduled every day and do vary at different times of the year depending on your departure city in Australia. Generally an itinerary will need to be either 5, 7, 9, 12 or 14 nights. There are of course exceptions to this general rule!

Remember that due to the arrival & departure times of aircraft from Australia, most itineraries will require 2 nights on the island of Tahiti (1 pre and 1 post) before/after travelling out to the other islands, so factor this in to your plans.

About Us

Welcome to Tahiti, the ultimate paradise destination! We are the Tahiti specialists, previously known as Tahiti Travel Connection, and now part of the Entire Travel Group. Get ready to experience the breath-taking beauty of isolated islands, majestic mountain peaks, and crystal-clear turquoise lagoons.

Our team of passionate Tahiti Travel Specialists is here to create a unique and unforgettable holiday package just for you. We have personally visited The Islands of Tahiti and are equipped with extensive knowledge to guide you every step of the way.

By working closely with our trusted hotel and airline partners, we offer the best value packages, including airfares, accommodations, tours, and cruises. Take advantage of our exclusive resort deals and diverse product range, tailored to suit your preferences and budget.

Immerse yourself in the vibrant Tahitian culture and indulge in the iconic Overwater Bungalows and swaying coconut tree hammocks. But Tahiti offers more than just postcard-perfect scenery; it provides a complete holiday experience found nowhere else.

With our on-ground assistance team in Tahiti, you can have peace of mind knowing that we are there to ensure your trip is seamless and worry-free. Discover the renowned beauty of Tahitian lagoons and experience the warm hospitality of the Tahitian people, whose living culture adds a rich and unforgettable flavour to your journey.

Let us be your guide to this tropical paradise. Contact us now and let the anticipation of your dream Tahiti holiday begin. Your slice of paradise awaits!

What is your budget?

We ask this question as it gives us a starting point in recommending particular islands or resorts to you. A 7 night holiday in a garden room at a fabulous little 2 star hotel is obviously not in the same price range as a 10 night holiday staying in an overwater bungalow with a private plunge pool at a 5 star resort! It all depends what you are wanting AND how much you have to spend.

We are here to help you get the most out of your trip to Tahiti – to create the perfect holiday package for you.  We are not in the business of selling you things just because you have the budget for it so don’t be afraid to let us know how much you want to spend! You can trust our Specialist Tahiti team to help you plan your perfect trip.

Which island to visit?

Our Tahiti holiday packages let you visit the many islands of this tropical paradise. Tahiti's main island and bustling capital Papeete is full of chic bistros, high-rise shopping centres and luxury resorts. Bora Bora is one of the top honeymoon destinations globally as it has numerous secluded overwater bungalows and hidden beaches. 

In Huahine, tourists can choose to unwind in pristine beaches or be adventurous and hike, snorkel, or surf. Another popular destination in Tahiti is Raiatea. It makes up for its lack of beaches with its beautiful deep lagoons and excellent sailing spots.
 

Best Hotels in Tahiti

Our all-in-one Tahiti deals and packages let you check into the most luxurious hotels. There are many places you can book to make your visit extra memorable. 

Make the most of our Tahiti packages and feast your eyes on breathtaking landscapes, majestic waters and heartwarming cultural landmarks.

Mingle with marine life in the shallow lagoons at The Huahine Natural Aquarium. You can choose to stand on platforms and observe from above or dive in and have a closer look at various kinds of fish.

If you want to learn more about Tahiti’s culture and heritage, drop by the Museum of Tahiti and Her Islands. It has four sections: geography and natural history, pre-European culture, European era and outdoor exhibits. Be sure to spot its collection of stone-carved tiki statues representing the different divinities in Tahiti culture.

For those looking for an adrenaline rush, Teahupo’o is the place. It boasts six- to 25-foot waves, perfect for daring surfers. If this isn’t for you, you can always relax and unwind on a sightseeing boat tour instead.

Sofitel Kia Ora Moorea Beach Resort

This luxury hotel lies on the eastern side of Moorea. It fuses a French-style design and Tahitian hospitality to create an idyllic destination for families and honeymooners alike. A scenic view awaits at this hotel—from lush green forests and crystal-clear pools of water to majestic mountains.

Enjoy your stay at one of its 113 luxurious bungalows above pristine waters, along the delicate shoreline or overlooking a lush garden. Then, feast with a complimentary French Polynesian breakfast and catch a breathtaking sunset at the Vue Bar.

Le Bora Bora by Pearl Resorts

This newly renovated hotel sits along the beach line of Motu, Tevairoa. It artfully blends modern amenities with authentic Tahitian design for a sanctuary of utmost relaxation.

Le Bora Bora boasts stunning overwater bungalows and intimate suites for its guests. You can go for a swim in one of their exclusive swimming pools or take a relaxing stroll in the private garden. Enjoy lounging in your villa while gazing into the magnificent view of Mount Otemanu.

Manava Suite Resort Tahiti

Find yourself a cosy retreat away from the bustling city with Manava Suite Resort Tahiti. It offers over 121 fully-furnished rooms with a distinct Tahitian flair Couples can share intimate moments inside one of their spacious garden suites, while families will have a great time staying in one of their multi-bedroom duplex apartments.

Must-Visit Attractions in Tahiti

Make the most of our Tahiti packages and feast your eyes on breathtaking landscapes, majestic waters and heartwarming cultural landmarks.

Mingle with marine life in the shallow lagoons at The Huahine Natural Aquarium. You can choose to stand on platforms and observe from above or dive in and have a closer look at various kinds of fish.

If you want to learn more about Tahiti’s culture and heritage, drop by the Museum of Tahiti and Her Islands. It has four sections: geography and natural history, pre-European culture, European era and outdoor exhibits. Be sure to spot its collection of stone-carved tiki statues representing the different divinities in Tahiti culture.

For those looking for an adrenaline rush, Teahupo’o is the place. It boasts six- to 25-foot waves, perfect for daring surfers. If this isn’t for you, you can always relax and unwind on a sightseeing boat tour instead.

Here are our top picks for must-see attractions in Tahiti.

Heiva Festival

Get a glimpse of authentic Tahitian culture by attending the annual Heiva Festival! The festivities usually take place during July and last for two weeks. Throughout the festival, you will find traditional dances, songs and competitive sports that celebrate the richness of Polynesian culture.

Black Pearl Museum

Tahiti is home to one of the most striking black pearls on Earth. Find one of these rare gems with a visit to Papeete’s Black Pearl Museum. This museum showcases a vast collection of Tahitian black pearls of different shades—from blue, brown, green, purple and silver. If you’re lucky, you can witness the iconic baroque-shaped Tahitian silver pearl when you drop by.

Arahoho Blowhole

Want a bit of thrill? Look no further, for adventure awaits in just one drive away. Head down southeast from Papeete to the RT2 road, and find yourself stunned—and drenched—by the Arahoho Blowhole!

Witness the roaring waves of the ocean as they crash dramatically onto large rock formations. The swell is big enough to shoot sprays of water onto curious onlookers. Quite exciting, right?

Le Marché Papeete

Before you leave, it’s a must to make a stop at Tahiti’s oldest market, Le Marché Papeete. This 155-year-old market is home to a wide assortment of shops that you can explore to your heart’s content. Try tasting the local fresh produce and Tahiti’s very own vanilla. 

Then, bring home a piece of Tahiti with local handmade crafts and souvenir items like the Tifaifai (Tahitian quilts) or Pareos (Tahitian wraps).  

Things To Do in Tahiti

Tahiti has activities for all types of travellers. Whether you’re into wellness, excitement, or cultural immersion, the island has something for you. Here is our list of things to do when in Tahiti:

Dive into a New World

Beneath Tahiti’s pristine ocean waters lie a treasure trove waiting to be explored. Discover a new world under the sea with Tahiti’s vibrant marine life. The island cluster features different diving spots where you can swim with dolphins, sharks, sea turtles, whales and stingrays.

Explore Tahiti’s Natural Environment

Tahiti is a scenic wonderland filled with breathtaking natural landscapes. Go on a trek and revel in the picturesque views from the island’s mighty volcanic and mountain peaks. On your way up, admire the dazzling waterfalls and rivers tucked within lush forest covers. Top it off with a visit to one of the island’s pineapple plantations.

Immerse Yourself into Local Culture

Aside from stunning views, Tahiti also prides itself in having a rich cultural background. During your stay, join in the festivities that celebrate what makes Tahiti so unique. Witness a vibrant living culture when you explore the city’s streets and marketplaces. Their traditional dances, along with the beat of the booming drums and echo chants, are sure to take your breath away.

Ride the Waves at Teahupo’o

Tahiti offers thrill-seekers a surfing experience like never before. Feel your adventurous soul soar along with the waves of Teahupo’o, also known as ‘The End of the Road.’ This site carries one of the heaviest swells in the world, reaching as far as 25 feet in height.

Aside from its death-defying waves, Teahupo’o is also home to the annual Billabong Pro Surfing Championships.

When to Visit Tahiti

The great thing about Tahiti is that there’s no bad time to visit. We recommend not choosing your travel dates based solely on weather conditions and seasons. Instead, decide based on your budget and the kind of experience you want.

Tahiti’s dry season lasts from May to October. During these months, the temperatures are milder and colder, and the air is less humid. Moreover, there are plenty of festivals to look forward to during the season. You have the Heiva Nui Festival in July, the Billabong Pro Surfers Championships in August and the International Golf Championships in September.

However, these months see an influx of tourists. It means accommodation prices might also increase in time for the high season. We recommend booking your flight and lodgings before July, for it gets busier as the Heiva Nui Festival approaches.

Meanwhile, the islands’ wet season starts from November until April. This season brings heavy rainfall and higher, more humid temperatures. But since it’s also regarded as a low season, you can secure cheaper hotel rates and flights. Moreover, you can have the beach to yourself!

This, however, doesn’t apply to Christmas and New Year, as those occasions often incur additional surcharges.

Why we love it!

Explore volcanoes and mountains

Venture into the heart of the island and discover cascading waterfalls, pineapple plantations and luscious volcanic peaks. Cross streams, take a 4WD safari tour and climb up picturesque landscapes for the ultimate tropical adventure.

A truly idyllic place for scuba divers

The pristine, warm waters of French Polynesia is definitely an experience of a lifetime. Teeming with marine life, from flirty clownfish, elegant rays and sharks to humpback whales filling the sea with their haunting melodies every fall, the ocean is a breathtaking paradise for scuba divers.

Family-friendly fun

With perfect waters for swimming, kayaking, and surfing, Tahiti makes for a fantastic family holiday. When you’re not indulging in outdoor activities, there are museums, markets, and other attractions in the city of Papeete for the whole family to explore.

Sail the Pacific Ocean with a Catamaran

Hop on a catamaran and stay afloat on the sea for a relaxing afternoon of sunbathing or visit nearby islands. Enjoy unobstructed views of the French Polynesia islands as you cruise and witness a beautiful sunset over the horizon.

A strong, living culture

Get entertained by the lively dance of the island locals. Set to booming drum beats and accompanied by echoing chants, watching the performance will have you on your feet before you know it.

Less crowded than other islands

If you’re looking for some peace and quiet for a relaxing tropical holiday, Tahiti offers a slower pace and a generally easy-going crowd. With over 118 islands and atolls, you’ll find the privacy you need to disconnect and unwind.

Weather in Tahiti

The Islands of Tahiti enjoy a tropical climate that’s perfect year-round for a getaway. In fact, the Tuamotu Islands bask in almost 3,000 hours of sunshine per year, one of the highest in the world! The temperatures in French Polynesia are mild and relatively constant, and the islands are cooled by the trade winds of the Pacific that blow throughout the year. On the northern islands, the average ambient temperature is around 78°F/25°C and is the same as the tranquil waters of the nation’s turquoise lagoons. While farther away from the equator, the archipelagos down south (the Austral Islands and the Gambier Islands) enjoy cooler weather.

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FACTS ABOUT TAHITI AND FRENCH POLYNESIA

FACTS ABOUT TAHITI AND FRENCH POLYNESIA

Located in the Pacific Ocean, The Islands of Tahiti are signified by sublime natural surroundings of white sand beaches and lush mountains rising up from turquoise lagoons. This along with the combination of both Polynesian and French culture makes this destination irresistible.

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Flying To Tahiti

Flying To Tahiti

Faa’a International Airport is your gateway to Tahiti. It’s located in the Faa’a commune on Tahiti Island, five kilometres (or 3.1 miles) away from the capital city Papeete. It’s the only airport that provides international flights to and from Tahiti. At the moment, there are no direct flights from Australia to Tahiti. Fortunately, Tahiti’s national airline, Air Tahiti Nui, operates connecting flights with other airlines departing from Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane via Auckland, New Zealand. Flights can run for approximately 10-13 hours, depending on your Australian departure place. Upon your arrival at the airport, you can hop on a transfer ride to Bora Bora, Moorea, and other destinations in French Polynesia. The airport is home to various regional carriers such as Air Achipels, Air Tahiti, S.A.R.L. Pol’Air and Tahiti Air Charter.

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