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Idyllic Tropical Paradise

Why we love Tahiti & Fiji: The luxury Robinson Crusoe experience with exclusive private island resorts. These South Pacific islands share a Polynesian culture, but are beautifully unique.

The islands of Tahiti - also known as French Polynesia as an overseas territory of France - is famous for its over-water bungalows. These gorgeous accommodations are postcard-perfect with the backdrop of the ever-changing blue-hued waters. Moorea has majestic emerald peaks and is fringed with sandy beaches and small villages. Bora Bora is an island of timeless romance with motus (small island cays) surrounding the dramatic Mount Otemanu and the turquoise lagoon. The lesser known islands of Raiatea and Taha’a entice travelers with their lush vanilla plantations, ancient maraes and stunning coral gardens, while Rangiroa in the Tuamotu Atoll untouched coral reefs and astounding marine life.

Fiji is a massive group of islands - over 330 in total, though many are uninhabited. The islands diversity is varied, from barely a spot of sand to islands of lush valleys with rainforests and waterfalls. The vast nutrient-rich waters of the Pacific offer unparalleled underwater world making Fiji a snorkeler and diver's paradise.  The Fijian culture is a welcoming one filled with friendly locals with a genuine warm-hearted and laid-back nature. Many hotels offer bures - spacious free-standing bungalows - that are on private islands for a barefoot luxury island escape. 

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Tourism Fiji © Fraser Clements
Modriki Fiji © Likuliku Lagoon Resort
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