Tahiti – Best Place to Relax on Earth
Tahiti is the largest and one of the most beautiful island in French Polynesia region, at South Pacific archipelago. The Shaped of Tahiti island is like number 8, The Tahiti island divided into two parts which is Tahiti Nui (the larger part, western section) and Tahiti Iti (the eastern part).
Tahiti is so popular among international tourists for honeymooners, and adventurers that love an extraordinary escape from the crowded of the world. Each island group of Tahiti has its own unique character and the inhabitants that can successfully blend the 21st century with the ancestral rhythms of sun and sea. Tahiti is a perfect place to experience hand feeding sharks in the lagoon, snorkeling, scuba diving to the ocean, indulge in a Polynesian spa treatment,etc.
Tahiti and its surrounding islands are the best place on earth to relax as well as enjoy sea activities. One of the best activities that can be done in Tahiti and its surrounding Islands is visiting the small villages on an island tour or a trip to the island interiors and lush green peaks on a safari car, guided by a professional nature lover.
In Tahiti, don’t forget to do some water activities. Water activities includes jet skiing, windsurfing, parasailing, canoeing, waterskiing, diving, and the favorite one is shark feeding. Tahiti and its surrounding Islands offers some of the best snorkeling and diving spot in the world which you can not find in any place in the world. With great number of dive sites throughout the islands, divers can choose from the amazing drift dives, sunken ships, oceanic drop-offs, and lagoon dives with various marine life.
In July there will be Tahiti’s most amazing festival “Heivahas” which is completed by music, percussion and dancers. Not like other general festival, Heivahas is a symbol of the Polynesian culture and an iconic annual event for a local people that proud of their beautiful heritage. In Heivahas event, there will be many extraordinary performances, such as drama of an opera and the distinct imprints of an ancestral tradition. The dances also so unique, the dancers need at least train for six months or more to master the dance.
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