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Tahiti & Her Islands, French Polynesia, Tahiti
Maeva (welcome) Tahiti and Her Islands are what you’ve always imagined the South Seas to be – Intoxicating scents Bask in the warmth of a secluded, sugar-white beach. Explore lagoons of breathtaking clarity, their waters teeming with rainbows of tropical fish, Traditions such as hip-shaking tamure dances and fire performances seduce resort guests nightly and daytime diversions like shark and stingray feeding and Jet Ski excursions keep the adventurous happily busy.

Each Tahitian island has it’s own unique geography, history and personality. All are stunningly beautiful an idyllic getaway resembling heaven more than earth. The palm-fringed beaches of Bora Bora are the perfect launch into the striking coral reefs, abundant with colorful marine life. Moorea’s deep and spectacular bays are surrounded by green-covered mountains that rise from the bottom of the sea, and the panorama from Belvedere Lookout is breathtaking. Tahiti, the largest island, is for the person who wants to try a little of everything that the modern and natural worlds have to offer.

On all the islands, you can spend endless days snorkeling and diving, or swimming side-by-side with turtles and manta rays. Check out the local markets for original art, pearls and wooden carvings. Enjoy amazing meals where the merging of French and Tahitian cultures means great food and wine, and stay in accommodations ranging from exquisite beachside resorts to intimate bungalows. No matter which island you visit, you’ll find yourself surrounded by the beauty that inspired the great paintings of Gauguin, and countless others.



Almost all Tahiti travel itineraries begin here on the beautiful main island. Encircled by black sand beaches and a crown of steep majestic peaks, is the largest and most diverse of the Polynesian islands After a comfortable eight-hour nonstop from Los Angeles – You will land in Papeete, where you’ll find a modern, bustling port, with shopping ranging from black pearl boutiques to island handicrafts to the latest in French fashions.A must-see is Le Marche, Papeete’s colorful 150-year-old market, where local life and tourism intersect as Tahitians shop for fresh fish, vegetables and flowers while visitors peruse aisles of souvenir pareus, frangipani-scented soaps, shell jewelry and beautiful black pearls. Another popular spot at sunset is Vai`ete Square adjacent to the port, where several dozen roulottes (food trucks) roll into place and sell fresh vanilla crepes, grilled mahi-mahi and an international menu of aromatic snacks – again, an opportunity to observe and share in local Tahitian life. Some aspects of Tahiti are quite modern, such as its unique entertainment events, animated nightlife and museums.There is a tremendous range of hotels and fine international cuisines available to guests of all tastes. Most visitors spend a night or two, enough time to experience the sights, and perhaps even a taste, of Tahiti’s surprisingly lively and modern capital, Papeete, and for a circle-island tour showcasing lush volcanic landscape and stunning beaches.The beautiful island of Tahiti, Papeete is the capital and reveals its own special surprises like its colorful public market, its world-class boutiques and spas, and its month-long Heiva festival of Tahitian folklore, music and dancing.



Moorea – The magical Island
Moorea’s beauty is mind-blowing. You’ll steal your first glimpse from the main island of Tahiti (only 10 miles separate the two) and then as you arrive and Moorea’s towering green peaks and slender white beaches come into focus you’ll quickly understand why Moorea has always been the choice of painters and writers. A wide, shallow lagoon surrounds the mountains where threads of waterfalls tumble down fern-softened cliffs.
Exploring Moorea’s mountains and valleys is both fun with 4X4 excursions that bounce up steep slopes to panoramic Magic Mountain and Belvedere Overlook over legendary Cook and Opunoho Bays. You’ll explore verdant valleys filled with pineapple fields, vibrant orchids, exotic birds of paradise, and tropical plant leaves the size of dinner platters. Stopping at roadside stands to enjoy homemade ice cream with local flavors and vanilla will leave you craving more!Moorea is also about testing your sea legs on aquatic adventures such as shark and stingray feeding, dolphin and whale watching, snorkeling and scuba diving, and parasailing and Jet Skiing. Plus the island’s small villages are home to shops selling local crafts and even made-on-Moorea flavored rums, and its resorts offer activities that range from swimming with dolphins to Polynesian dance lessons. Moorea also has Tahiti’s best golf course.Other pursuits like whale watching and hiking the legendary Opunohu and Cook Bays keep visitors happily snapping photo’s to take back home. For those less adventurous, Moorea’s white sand beaches and golf course offer nice, laid-back alternatives.


Bora Bora

For many people, the name Bora Bora summons images of an island paradise. Bora Bora has been seducing romantics and travelers for centuries.You’ll fall in love with Bora Bora the moment you catch sight of Mount Otemanu, the island’s mesmerizing volcanic peak, Entirely surrounded by a world-famous lagoon shimmering with so many shades of blue they’re breathtaking.The lagoon’s overwater bungalows give the expression ‘close to nature’ literal meaning, as guests can almost literally roll out of bed into a refreshing swim or be lulled to sleep buy the ocean gently lapping underneath.
A Bora Bora honeymoon is considered the ultimate post-wedding escape – holding a destination wedding here is becoming popular as well. Bora Bora resorts are known for pulling out all the stops: seductive beds and baths strewn with tropical flowers, couples massages with tiare-blossom-scented oil, private moonlit dinners on the beach, and castaway motu picnics where you’re left blissfully alone to sun and swim. But Bora Bora’s sexy overwater bungalows also mean this is a destination where your only distractions can be neon-hued fish swimming below the glass porthole in the floor and a room-service tray being delivered to your private deck.
The water’s incredible clarity and schools of tropical fish are addictively hypnotic. More adventurous couples can try their hand at shark and stingray feeding or Jet Skiing, while souvenir hunters can shop for vibrant pareus and beautiful Tahitian black pearls in the boutiques of Bora Bora’s main town, Vaitape. Dining, too, is a treat, from the local favorite poisson cru (raw tuna marinated in coconut milk and lime) to gourmet menus at resort restaurants helmed by name chefs.

When darkness descends, Tahitian fire dancers toss flaming torches with passionate precision and couples slowly parade back to romantically lit bungalows. And after a few nights like this, Bora Bora becomes your own exclusive little world and you have a new definition of the word civilized.
Your options in Bora Bora are as broad as your imagination, whether it is natural, nautical or cultural.

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Bula! If you desire a vacation that has you relaxing under a fringed coconut palm, beside a coral-filled sea, after a day exploring the rainforest or the ocean Fiji is the perfect place to hit your re-set button as it will transports you to a simpler time and offers visitors the ultimate in relaxation.

The three hundred and twenty magical, unspoiled Fiji Islands home to rugged mountains, lush green rainforests, waterfalls and remote villages, lie at the crossroads of the Pacific Each offers an unrivaled tropical paradise with azure waters, white sandy beaches, coral islets and tropical resorts.

Stroll through fragrant gardens of exquisite orchids, explore the shops of Nadi town, take a romantic horseback ride along a sandy stretch of beach, zipline, snorkel and dive some of the world’s most beautiful coral reefs, savor gourmet cuisine with a wide range of cultural influences, or simply view the spectacular South Seas sunsets.
Stay in a thatched roof bure on an inclusive private resort island or at a luxury 5 star resort, Fiji offers accommodations that will satisfy honeymooners and vacationers looking for romance, adventure and creature comforts.
Famous for its soft coral diving, white sand beaches and pristine natural environment Fiji is recognized as a world premier dive destination and is a leader in eco-tourism. Fiji also offers superb golf courses, tennis, water-skiing, wind surfing, sailing, fishing, bird watching, horse riding, rugby, soccer and cricket. Nap in the shade of a Savusavu palm tree, or float in the lagoons of Viti Levu. The waterfalls and lush rainforest of Taveuni Island are peaceful places to commune with nature at your own pace.

Following are some of the most popular destinations in Fiji:


Viti Levu

Nadi – Nearly everyone who visits Fiji comes to Nadi. This bustling multi-cultural town is the main hub for international travellers, and offers great places to eat, drink and shop.
Main Street is the centre of action with plenty of shopping, and the latest Hindi or Fijian music playing from every storefront. With its wide range of quality accommodation and close proximity to Denarau Island and the Mamanucas, Nadi is the ideal place to base yourself during your trip.Coral Coast is an 80km (50 mile) stretch of beaches and bays along the Ocean Road between Nadi and Suva. As a well-established tourist destination, the Coast offers both the full resort experience and a chance to visit the real Fiji in the many villages along the way. Golf, beach life and diving are there for the taking, but for travellers who seek a more authentic experience, many villages operate home stays. From a fisherman selling his day’s catch on the roadside, to bargaining with a local at the Sigatoka Market, true island life is here.Denarau Island, on the main Island of Viti Levu, is the largest integrated resort in the South Pacific. If you want to splash out and be pampered, this is where you want to be. It boasts stunning beaches and an 18-hole championship golf course.

Sun Coast – Starting from Vuda Point just outside Nadi, the Sun Coast stretches around the northern shore of Viti Levu. A stunningly beautiful stretch of country combining cane fields, cassava patches, villages, majestic volcanic outcrops and small towns, you’ll find this part of Fiji fascinating and diverse. The Sun Coast contains historic sites of early settlement such as Vuda Point and Navatu Rock as well as Fiji in its working clothes – the sugar town of Lautoka. Hiking and birdwatching are popular, and for boaties there’s the Vuda Point Marina. You’ll find an excellent range of accommodation, with the resorts offering designer suites, stunning swimming pools and a wide range of restaurants. Whether you want to shop, have some adventure or experience some of the best dining Fiji has to offer, you’ll find it all at Denarau Island.

Pacific Harbour / Beqa – Less than an hour’s drive from Suva is Fiji’s adventure capital, the Pacific Harbour. The area lives up to its reputation as a spot for adrenaline junkies, offering a wide variety of activities to get your heart racing, from surfing and shark feeding to four-wheel-drive tours. For a more laid-back experience try a round of golf on the championship course, or enjoy a spot of fishing. There’s a good range of accommodation types, from budget offerings to some of Fiji’s finest hotels, and plenty of dining options.


Mamanuca Islands

Fiji’s tropical islands with gently swaying palm trees, surrounded by white sand beaches, set among deep blue waters with fringing coral reefs of turquoise and pastel green. These are the famous Mamanuca Islands of Fiji.
The Mamanucas are a chain of 20 islands near Nadi and Denarau. One of the most established resort areas in Fiji, the Mamanukas provide a stunning array of activities for all types of travelers.In surroundings beautiful enough to star in ‘Cast Away’ and ‘Survivor: Fiji’ these islands offer parasailing, windsurfing, dolphin-watching, famous dives such as the Big W and Gotham City, some of the best surf breaks in the world, and just about any other activity you can do on or under water. Young or old, party animal or looking for a family holiday, there’s an island for everyone.


North Fiji

Vanua Levu is Fiji’s second largest island. Less tourist-oriented than Viti Levu, there’s still lots to see and do for the more adventurous traveler.
The principal islands are primarily mountainous with extensive rain forests and fertile lands. They are largely undeveloped and have a smaller tourism infrastructure. The region is home to over a dozen resorts and is easily accessible by plane or ferry.Many of the properties are small and intimate and offer a chance to interact more closely with the people and cultures of Fiji. However, deep reefs ring both principal islands and the area is generally acknowledged as one of the best for scuba diving in all of Fiji. Yachts pay call at the Savusavu Yacht Club or Waitui Yacht Club and many of the resorts offer rainforest exploration programs.
Savusavu is a natural, lush and beautiful paradise on Vanua Levu often referred to as Fiji’s hidden paradise – Fiji’s other big island. A big, calm bay teeming with fish, fringed by untouched mountains and old copra plantations.Wasali Nature Reserve is an untouched rainforest with hiking trails leading to spectacular views. Whether touring the Snake Temple near Labasa, diving to see the soft corals or just exploring along the Hibiscus highway, Vanua Levu has lots to offer.

Taveuni is known as the Garden Island and is an eco-tourist’s dream with nature reserves harbouring an abundance of native plants and wildlife. Taveuni is Fiji in a microcosm. The third largest island in the Fijian archipelago it is a volcanic island with a strikingly rugged coastline, a sunken crater lake and two of the highest
peaks in the islands. Known for its abundant rainforests and exotic flora above and below the water. Fiji’s national flower, the Tagimoucia, only grows on Taveuni’s higher elevations during the summer months.
Also known for dive sites such as Eel Reef and the Great White Wall, an amazing drop-off covered in white soft coral, a Marine Park was established at Waitabu in 1990 which teems with fish and coral. Hikers and nature fans are equally well served with the Bouma National Heritage Park offering hiking trails and world-class birdwatching, with Kula Lorikeets, Silktails and Orange Doves and 100 other species of bird calling Tavenui home.


North Fiji

Kadavu is one of the best places to experience true Fijian culture. With just one town and very few roads, you can escape modern life and experience Fiji’s incredible natural beauty.
Completely unspoiled, the islands are renowned for diving and are home to the world-famous Great Astrolabe Reef. There’s plenty to see inside the islands too, including rainforests, birdwatching and guided sea-kayaking tours. Accommodation is plentiful, and while getting around is an adventure, it’s worth it to experience such tranquil, untouched islands.The Lomaiviti Group is the perfect place to experience laid-back island life and also visit the Unesco World Heritage Site at Levuka. The islands are at the heart of Fiji’s colonial past and are home to the country’s first capital, Levuka. Some of the inner islands are well-developed tourist destinations with plenty of facilities and attractions including diving, fishing, snorkeling and whale watching. Other islands are more like the Fiji of old and have few facilities, but still offer an enchanting island experience.The Yasawa Group of islands are more grand in stature than the nearby Mamanucas but are less commercialized. You won’t find any shops, banks or medical services here, but with so much natural beauty you’ll enjoy the break from civilization. With gorgeous beaches, and abundant sunshine, this is the place to come for a retreat in paradise.

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The fresh, floral air energizes you. The warm, tranquil waters refresh you. The breathtaking, natural beauty renews you. Look around. There’s no place on earth like Hawaii. Whether you’re a new visitor or returning, our six unique islands offer distinct experiences that will entice any traveler. We warmly invite you to explore our islands and discover your ideal travel experience.

It’s hard to believe that a destination so remote, so exotic and so magnificent could be part of the United States. But Hawaii is all of that, and so much more. When you picture a perfect paradise in your imagination, chances are it looks a lot like Hawaii. Its waters so blue, they seem other-worldly. Its beaches pristine, you feel as if you could be the first human who ever stepped foot onto the smooth glimmering sand. Its forests so lush, they shine like newly cut emerald. Its sunsets so brilliant, the sky seems ablaze with fire. Its volcanoes so imposing, you can only stand back and stare in awe at the wonders nature.

People who have traveled to Hawaii save a piece of it in their hearts. Honeymooners cherish the golden days of unbridled romance. Families treasure the days of welcoming bliss under a shining sun. Adventurers thrill at the thought of catching the perfect wave. With extraordinary natural beauty, fascinating culture, rich history and endless activities, Hawaii can be all things to all people – or something unforgettable just for you.



It’s hard to describe Maui as anything short of the stuff that dreams are made of. This tropical treasure is one of the most sought after vacation destinations in the world – and rightly so. Its emerald green lushness beckons discerning travelers with a sensual island draw. In Maui, romantics fall in love, adventurers become energized and all visitors leave with a sense of having experienced perfection. The magnificent volcano, Mt. Haleakala, dominates the island from over 10,000 feet. Its lush slopes are home to some of the rarest wildlife and exotic birds on the planet. But it’s the island’s rewarding balance of seclusion and sophistication that steal your heart. The crystal clear waters have their allure as well, with surfers and watersport enthusiasts coming from all across the globe. Maui’s culture also delivers great delights, with museums, galleries, delectable dining and rich history. Be sure to visit Lahaina, a quaint 19th century whaling village that illuminates one of the most inspiring periods in the island’s history.



Tranquil and steeped in a sense of quiet majesty, the luxuriant island of Kauai is a portrait of lush vegetation, dazzling surf and inviting alabaster beaches. Small and secluded coves dot the shoreline, where the incandescent waters reflect the rays of yet another brilliant sunset.Also known as the Garden Isle, Kauai is infused with an abundance of natural wonders that thrive in the tropical air. And with the absence of hustle and bustle, you can relax in perfect tranquility where the only footprints you see may be your own.

For breathtaking vistas, explore dramatic Waimea Canyon, the Grand Canyon of the Pacific. Cruise along the Na Pali coast, where greenness dominates as far as the eye can see. And relax by the peaceful waters of Hanalei Bay, where serenity is as common as the grains of velvety sand.



Although many adventurers choose Oahu for the luminous beaches and shimmering waters, there’s a wide array of attractions on this island wonder. Brushed by sultry breezes and infused with the scent of exotic flowers, this lush hideaway will kindle the romantic passions within you. Hike to the crest of the world-famous Diamond Head to watch a blazing sunset over Waikiki Beach. There are endless rainforests and mountains to explore. Catch glimpses of cascading waterfalls, rare birds and the explosive colors of wild orchids. Surfers come from around the world to catch the swells at Waimea Bay, the gentle break at Sunset Beach and the spine-tingling Bonzai Pipeline. Other water diversions thrill as well, including jet skiing, sailing and kayaking. Honolulu is a bustling city, overflowing with incredible shopping, unequalled dining and energetic nightlife. And no trip to Oahu is complete without a visit to the stirring museum honoring those who died at Pearl Harbor.


Hawaii—The Big Island

hawai-big-island-logoKona, Hawaii’s Big Island, has a variety of geography that makes for an unforgettable holiday. Thrill at the island’s volcanoes, where you’ll experience nature’s might first-hand with active craters and the unearthly glow of molten lava flows. Hike up the trails of Mauna Kea, where improbable snowcaps tower over a sultry tropical paradise.

The beaches of this magnificent island run the range from white to black – and are all bounded by beautiful emerald seas that offer a full variety of watersports. Visiting Kona requires bringing a sense of play and an active imagination – whether diving into the deep blue sea, dancing a festive hula or feasting on a traditional luau.


Lanai & Molokai

Lanai is an island of intriguing contrasts. Hike the lunar landscape of Keahiakawelo (Garden of the Gods) or picnic overlooking Puu Pehe (Sweetheart Rock), named for a maiden Puu and her handsome warrior. Two Four Season Resorts pamper you—one along the seaside, the other in the misty mountains—while Hotel Lanai in Lanai City welcomes you with old plantation charm. Whether you’re hiking among native ohia lehua trees on theMunro Trail or making your way to the 18th hole, Lanai is easily Hawaii’s “Most Enticing Island.”“Hawaiian by nature,“ the island of Molokai remains true to its island roots. There are no traffic lights—just aloha—in the harbor town of Kaunakakai, where fisherman haul in their daily catch and farmers showcase fresh-picked produce from neighboring fields. Quiet your spirit and you’ll feel the mana (power) that protects the island, from an area near Maunaloa said to be the birthplace of hula to the indescribable beauty of Halawa Valley. Or, descend 1,700 feet on a surefooted mule to the remote settlement of Kalaupapa and change your perspective forever.