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Transcript of Tahiti Trip
Activities in Tahiti
Tahiti lies in the South Pacific.
The isolated islands of Polynesia were among the last places on earth to be settled by humans and, a thousand or so years later, were also some of the last places to be colonized by Europeans
Tahiti is the largest in a chain of islands that make up French Polynesia
Commonly referred to as The Islands of Tahiti, French Polynesia is a collection of 118 islands
Kayak in the Lagoon: Discover the lagoon by kayak. The sea kayaks mostly used in Tahiti are designed for cruising and sightseeing
Tahiti was formed by volcanic activity
Snorkel: Enjoy snorkeling in a beautiful site and dive down below the ocean’s surface in the warm current, where you can see schools of colorful fish
The Tahiti flag
Tahiti is a spectacular island with large waterfalls. Leave the more developed areas behind and you will find shady hiking trails, pleasant beaches and calm waters. With black-sand beaches, lagoons, waterfalls and 2 extinct volcanoes, it's a popular vacation destination. Explored by Captain James Cook, it was also often painted by French artist Paul Gauguin. This uniqueness makes Tahiti one of the most diverse islands in French Polynesia,an overseas country of France in the Pacific Ocean.
Papeete is the capital of French Polynesia, and is located on the island of Tahiti
Take Sailing Lessons: If you want to learn sailing, Tahiti is the place to do it. No wetsuits are needed in Tahiti's warm oceans, and there are a couple of spots on the island that are perfect for learning
Go Scuba Diving: Tahiti has a variety of dive sites for all levels of divers and is a good place to get certified.
Tahiti is divided into two parts: The bigger, northwestern part is Tahiti Nui and the smaller, southeastern part is Tahiti Iti.
Tahiti is supreme for its food. While in Tahiti, the best way to taste its culture is straight through its food. Their dishes some of the most unique in the world such as Poisson cru: Tahiti's national dish