Scuba diving : The tiger shark

We come to Polynesia for beauty, but also for forth, sensations … and for those who want the both, there is the tiger shark! All divers will tell you: even if we start by being afraid of it, at the end we always are not able to do without it. This is the reason why…

Ono’u, the color to forge a bond

Papeete, the street art soul   For a long time, the Polynesian capital has been seeking a soul, this subtle identity that emerges over the city streets, its buildings and its inhabitants … This was not easy, as the construction of Papeete had to face difficult challenges in combination. Observing from plane during our landing…

One island, one hotel Rangiroa, the pearl of Tuamotu

Only one hour by plane from Tahiti, the second largest atoll in the world stretches as far as your eyes could see up to 117 kilometers in circumference composing a chain of 240 ‘islets. It goes without saying, Rangiroa is one of the most beautiful Polynesian postcards. Rangiroa –  a picturesque stopover Like its enormous…

Tahiti at Ori time

The event of the month, At the end of November, Le Meridien Tahiti will receive the sixth edition of “Ori Tahiti’, a great competition celebrating a traditional Tahitian dancing in its cradle, but far beyond the borders. Are you coming to French Polynesia soon? Do not leave before attending the performance of Ori Tahiti, the…

Aranui 5, and authentic cruise

Luxury suite with view (over the Marquises islands, Tuamotu atolls and even… Bora Bora !) We know how overwhelming it can be to choose an island when traveling to French Polynesia : The spectacular Bora Bora ? The beautiful Tuamotu islands? Or why not go for the magical Marquises Islands? With the Aranui, you will no longer have…

The Pléiades, or Polynesian Spring

There is a place where the rain isn’t a sign a sorrow, it is actually a much more noble indicator: the season of abundance. You need to know that French Polynesia has been a self-sufficient place for centuries and natural resources were simply vital, mostly because of its remote location. This is the reason we…