This well known group of islands are truly paradise. Towering mountain peaks, dense tropical jungle and the azure colours of the lagoon.
There is a photo opportunity at every turn!
Embark Ultimate Lady in Tahiti at Marina Taina. Depart for Moorea with lunch served along the way.
Dis-embark at Maupiti and return flight to Tahiti. 1hr duration.
Moorea is the island of Pineapples. The freshest, sweetest pineapples are grown right here.
The lagoon offers sheltered anchorages with scenic backdrops of towering peaks and dense jungle, while swimming in crystal clear water.
Swimming, snorkelling, Paddle boarding, Stingray Feed & Dolphin encounter. Boutique pearl shops, Restaurants and Resorts.
ATV tours. Hiking. Beach Cafe.
The most sensual of all the Islands, often referred to as the Garden of Eden of French Polynesia.
My favourite spot is a secluded beach cove, with unequaled beauty, perfect for swimming, snorkelling and water toy activities.
Botanical Garden tour.
Snorkel, water toys, Surf.
LaPita Restaurant. Whale watching. Deep Sea Fishing.
The Island of Vanilla. The soil and climate offer ideal growing conditions for the vanilla pod, which Tahaa is world famous for.
Visit the Island to experience its beauty and learn the history of the islands vanilla plantations.
Aquarium drift snorkel. Sunset over Bora Bora. Island Tour, kite surf. Tahitian Dance show and Fire dance. La Tahaa resort restaurant.
One of the most well known Islands in ALL of the Pacific.
The Colours of the lagoon is what first catches your gaze. The tranquil, clear azure water of Bora Bora is inviting you for a swim!
Explore the lagoon and the many beautiful vistas.
Snorkel, scuba Dive, ATV tour. Hiking. Resorts and Restaurants. Black Pearl boutiques. Deep Sea Fishing.
The forgotten sister of Bora Bora.
The quiet pace of life on Maupiti only adds to the charm, but doesn’t distract from the beauty, with its towering mountain peak and white sand beaches, its probably the most beautiful lagoon in French Polynesia.
This is my favourite Island!
Snorkel with Manta Rays, Hiking, Bike around the Island. Mahi Mahi fishing. Catch giant mantas shrimp. Kite surf. Paddle boarding.
Endless white sand beaches lined with coconut tree’s and crystal clear water. Spectacular fish life and coral gardens for the beginner snorkeler to the advanced scuba diver.
The Tuamotus are made up of 76 islands and Atolls, where, if you are lucky, you just might run into Robinson Cruso himself!
Embark Ultimate Lady in Fakarava. Regular 1hr 10min flights from Tahiti to Fakarava with Air Tahiti.
Fakarava is the Unesco classified Biosphere Reserve and has one of the largest lagoons in the Tuamotus.
The South Pass of Fakarava is world renowned. There is a small village, with a good restaurant which is well worth a visit.
The South Pass is a must Dive, or snorkel, swimming, Paddle boarding, Kite Surfing.
Beach exploring the southern end of the lagoon. Great little restaurant worth a visit for the freshest fish dishes.
A small atoll close to Fakarava. About 40 people live on this atoll and there are two main anchorages to explore. Great scuba diving, snorkelling and fishing.
Swimming, snorkelling, Paddle boarding, Beach exploring, Fishing inside the lagoon and outside the Lagoon.
A beautiful atoll with a diverse village and interesting architecture!
The community is heavily involved in the black pearl industry, which is seen with the "boutique" processing houses close to town.
Our anchorage is a secluded anchorage with clear water and white sand beaches.
Swimming, snorkelling, Paddle boarding, Surfing, Fishing, Scuba Diving.
Has the largest lagoon in the Tuamotus and second largest in the world.
It is also famous for its incredible Scuba Diving and its almost guaranteed interaction with Dolphins while you dive the Pass of Tiputa.
A day trip to the Blue Lagoon is also a must while visiting.
Scuba dive with dolphins, Bone fishing and kite surfing pink sands. Surf, snorkelling, Paddle boarding,
Famous for being the most fish abundant atoll in the Tuamotus.
Tikehau is another scuba divers dream. Schools of Hammer Head sharks, tuna, barracudas are frequently encountered by scuba divers.
Scuba diving, Snorkelling, beach exploring, discover the legend of Hina’s Bell or visit the isolated Chinese community.
One of the most remote Island Archipelagos on the planet.
The Marquises islands, with its six inhabited Islands are as rugged as they are beautiful. Known as the “land of Men”.
Even now some of the islands are virtually untouched since the era of European exploration. Their isolation has created an immense pride among the people and a fascinating culture.
Embark Ultimate lady in Nuku-Hiva or Hiva-Oa. Three flights a week from Tahiti. 3hr flight duration.
Natural wonders abound as the 1000 foot waterfalls cascade down sheer volcanic cliffs, and towering mountains disappear into the clouds.
The Hakaui Valley is a historic place and a must visit.
Paddle board and Hike the Hakaui Valley. Horse riding discover the interior. Deep sea fishing. Hand line Tuna fishing. Sacred sites. Handcrafts
The island of the flower stone.
Robert Louis Stevenson described UA-POU as “Volcanic arrows looking like a church bell tower. The landscape is sure to enthral.
Visit the stone church and climb to white cross for the stunning view. Purchase handy crafts such as the famous flower stone, found only on this island. Beach exploring.
Known for its artefacts, most of the inhabitants make a living from carving from bone and rose wood.
Mono’l is made following traditional secrets, named “love potion” by the islanders.
Historic harbour of Vaitahu - its valley and archeological sites. Craft centres. Beach exploring white sand bays. Deep sea fishing for marlin and Tuna.
This small southern Island is the Island of Tapa and will sure to mesmerise.
The “Bay of Virgins” is known around the world as one of the most stunning bays one can find an anchorage in.
No air ports on this Island.
Hiking, craft centres, Fishing. Experiencing the culture with the local residents.
In 1901, Paul Gauguin came to Hiva-Oa to find inner peace and some of his most famous work was crafted here.
Visit his house and a museum dedicated to his work.
ATV, horse riding to discover the island. Paul Gauguin historic tour. Hiking. Sacred sites. Various bays and anchorages to explore.
"Islands at the end of the world". A little over 1,600 km South East of Tahiti, the Gambier archipelago comprises of 14 small rugged islands; the largest and most populated of which is Mangareva.
This group of islands was the cradle of Catholicism in Polynesia in the 18th century. There are many ancient relics and cathedrals to visit.
The Island is also well known as the top producer of Tahitian Black Pearls. The Gambier are also the stepping stone to visiting an even more remote Island. Pitcairn Island. Just 300nm away.
Embark Ultimate lady in The Gambier.
Normal flight schedules have 3 flights a week between Tahiti and The Gambier. Flight duration is 4hr 40mins with stops.
Hiking is a great way to explore and enjoy the incredible scenery. There are two hills in the town of Rikitea which gives the intrepid access to an incredible view of the lagoon.
Pearl farm shopping, direct from the farmer. The best pearls on the planet come from this Island.
Visit the Cathedral of St Michael and other ancient ruins and relics through out the various Islands.
Great snorkelling to be enjoyed at many of the small islands and inside the lagoon.
Some of the best Deep Sea Fishing is to be found in the waters surrounding the Gambier. Giant Blue and Black marlin, as well as Tuna, sword fish and wahoo can be caught here.
Top water sport fishing, as well as Deep water jigging can also be enjoyed with great success.
Discover the small island quays that dot the perimeter of the archipelago. Explore the beach, snorkel and relax the day away in complete privacy.
Tahiti sport fishing Gambier Itinerary