Welcome to bespoke luxury travel to French Polynesia, where our concierge service ensures a personalized and unforgettable experience. Explore the stunning natural beauty of the Society Islands including Tahiti, Bora Bora, Moorea while staying in some of the world’s most luxurious accommodations. From snorkeling in crystal-clear lagoons to indulging in gourmet cuisine and spa treatments, our team of experts will tailor your itinerary to your preferences, making every moment a delight. Let us take care of the details and create an unparalleled adventure in this magical corner of the world.
French Polynesia is located in the South Pacific Ocean. Most travelers fly to Faa’a International Airport (PPT) in Tahiti, which serves as the main international gateway to the region. Direct flights are available from various cities, including Los Angeles, Honolulu, Canada, Japan, Australia, Singapore, Chile, Paris, and Auckland.
French Polynesia enjoys a tropical climate and can be visited year-round. The peak tourist season is during the dry season, which typically runs from May to October, offering pleasant weather and lower chances of rainfall. However, even during the wetter months, there are still plenty of sunny days and activities to enjoy.
The currency in French Polynesia is the French Pacific Franc (XPF). While the local currency is widely used, some establishments in tourist areas may accept major credit cards or US dollars. It’s advisable to exchange some currency upon arrival, and ATMs are available in major towns.
French Polynesia has a rich Polynesian culture, and it’s important to respect their customs and traditions. When visiting local villages or sacred sites, it is customary to seek permission and follow any guidelines provided. Modest dress is appreciated, especially in more traditional areas. Learning a few basic Tahitian phrases, such as greetings, can also show respect.
Tipping is not a customary practice in French Polynesia. Service charges are often included in the bill, particularly in hotels and restaurants. However, if you receive exceptional service, leaving a small gratuity as a token of appreciation is always welcomed.
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