7 nights in Tahiti

 tropical beach, palm trees and white sand in Tahiti

The captain and crew are looking forward to taking you on a breathtaking 7-day journey through French Polynesia's most enchanting destinations. From the vibrant marine life of Marina Taina to the breathtaking landscapes of Bora Bora, go on a journey tailored for luxury and unparalleled relaxation.

June marks the beginning of the dry season in French Polynesia, offering sunny days with lower humidity levels compared to the wet season. The weather is comfortably warm, making it perfect for beach activities, water sports, and exploring the islands. With temperatures pleasantly hovering between 21°C to 28°C (70°F to 82°F), visitors can enjoy long days under the sun.

This flexible travel plan is designed to cater to your desires for adventure, relaxation, and exploration. Whether it's diving with manta rays, enjoying private beach parties, or experiencing the islands from above on a helicopter flight. Together with BIG SKY, you will get to experience the best of French Polynesia!

Palm Trees on Shoreline of Ocean at Moorea in Tahiti

Marina Taina

Your voyage through the enchanting waters of French Polynesia will begin at the illustrious Marina Taina at noon. Captain and crew will be waiting for you with a refreshing beverage in hand.

Take a tour of your new home for the next week as the crew get your settled in.

By 1:30 PM, as the yacht gracefully departs from the scenic harbor, you're invited to unwind on the deck, caressed by the gentle sea breeze, while the panoramic views of the ocean transition beautifully as Moorea draws near.

Upon your 4:00 PM arrival at the captivating Opunohu Bay in Moorea, the breathtaking scenery of majestic mountains and lush landscapes warmly greets you. This moment, perfectly timed with the sunset, sets the stage for an evening of enchantment. Indulge in meticulously crafted sunset cocktails and canapés, each bite and sip enhanced by the radiant hues of the setting sun.

SEE AND DO: As the golden hour approaches, a trip to the Belvedere Lookout is a must. Here you'll see the panoramic views of Opunohu Bay and Cook's Bay. Another option is paddleboarding and kayaking on the calm waters of Opunohu Bay, perfect as the sun begins to lower in the sky. This peaceful time of day allows for an intimate exploration of the bay’s edges. Other than that, you can utilize the yacht's resources to arrange a private beach picnic on one of the secluded shores.

EAT AND PLAY: If you're inclined to enjoy a meal ashore for a fresh perspective, there are several dining options. The Moorea Beach Café by Bruno Jamais stands out for its eclectic mix of Polynesian, Asian, and French-fusion dishes, all served in a modern, beachside ambiance. Rudy's is another venue that garners acclaim for its fresh seafood offerings, particularly the poisson cru, presented in a warm, refined environment. Then there's the Holy Steak House, where the focus may be on their exceptional steaks, but the extensive wine and cocktail selection also deserves mention, complementing a polished dining experience against stunning water views.

Hammock under the palm tree overlooking the ocean with water bungalow in Mo'orea


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As dawn breaks on your second day, still within the serene embrace of Opunohu Bay, Moorea, you're greeted by the promise of unparalleled adventure. Following a delightful breakfast on the aft deck, your morning begins with a thrilling whale watching excursion. This premium experience, available for an additional fee of USD 1,300, invites you to swim alongside whales, stingrays, and sharks in their natural habitat, offering a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to connect with these majestic creatures up close.

The day unfolds with a variety of bespoke activities, each designed to cater to your diverse preferences. You may dive into the inviting waters of Moorea and partake in an assortment of watersports.

As evening approaches - the yacht will set sail at 21:30, gliding towards Huahine. This overnight journey promises a peaceful transition to the next leg of your Polynesian adventure

SEE AND DO: Exploring Moorea is incomplete without experiencing the snorkeling experience at Temae Beach, celebrated for its crystalline waters, lively coral gardens, and a rich tapestry of marine inhabitants like giant clams and other fish species. It is also recommended to go on a guided transparent SUP Lagoon Tour from the scenic shores of Tiahura. Additionally, a trip to the quaint Coco Beach on a small island nearby provides a serene escape, presenting an unmatched view of the island's sparkling sea.

EAT AND PLAY: For a laid-back dining experience with a focus on fresh fish, Snack Mahana is a must-visit. But for a unique beachside venue, you may opt to dine in Coco Beach Moorea which offers a relaxed, barefoot chic atmosphere where you can enjoy local dishes with your feet in the sand. Meanwhile, for a selection of healthy Polynesian dishes with generous portions, Le Lézard Jaune Café is recommended.

Hotel Le Mahana in Huahine-Nui


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On the third day of your journey in French Polynesia, you'll be greeted by the island of Huahine as you navigate through the reef to anchor in Boyrayne Bay at 06:30.

You can kick off your day with a vibrant beach party on the shores near your anchorage. This festive gathering is the perfect opportunity to dive into all sorts of watersports, from paddleboarding and kayaking to snorkeling in the clear waters, where the marine life of Huahine comes to life right before your eyes. The on midday, prepare for a culinary delight with a lobster BBQ lunch served right on the beach.

SEE AND DO In the afternoon, delve into the rich cultural fabric of French Polynesia with optional activities that include meeting with locals to gain insight into their daily lives and traditions. You might also learn the art of Tahitian dance, a beautiful expression of the island's culture and stories, or enjoy the therapeutic touch of Mme Solange, a masseuse who can come directly to the yacht to offer relaxing treatments that soothe the body and spirit after the day's adventures.

EAT AND PLAY If you're seeking traditional Polynesian fare, Chez Tara is the only restaurant on the island offering it. But if you want to eat on a restaurant with proximity to a nice snorkeling spot and a large stretch of soft white sand - Hotel Le Mahana is recommended. Meanwhile, Huahine Yacht Club encapsulates a casual vibe with a menu focused on seafood and local dishes.

image of innumerable shades of blue and green waters in Bora Bora, French Polynesia


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You'll embark on an early morning departure to the island of Taha’a on the 4th day of your journe in French Polynesia.

SEE AND DO: You may opt to begin your journey with a scenic island tour, where you'll visit pineapple and vanilla farms, immersing yourself in the lush landscapes and fragrant aromas of Taha’a. As you traverse the winding roads, you'll have the opportunity to learn about the cultivation of these iconic Tahitian products. Additionally, if desired, you may have the option to visit a pearl farm, offering a glimpse into the fascinating world of pearl cultivation and harvesting

As the day unfolds, you'll anchor at Taha’a Coral Garden, a charming underwater sanctuary teeming with vibrant marine life and colorful coral reefs. Here, you can indulge in snorkeling or diving adventures.

EAT AND PLAY: In Taha'a there are a few charming options for enjoying local cuisine. Such that is La Plage de Tahaa a beachfront restaurant known for its traditional Tahitian fare. Hawaiki Nui Restaurant is also open for breakfast and dinner. The restaurant is set high up among the trees, where you can enjoy restful views of the Taha'a lagoon.

Fishes under crystal-clear waters by the shore in French Polynesia

Coral Garden

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Your 5th day will begin with a captivating snorkeling adventure at the Coral Garden. Explore the depths of the sea, encountering exotic fish, graceful rays, and perhaps even curious sea turtles as you glide through the waters.

Following your snorkeling excursion, indulge in a beachfront lunch set against the backdrop of Taha'a's idyllic shores. Feast on fresh seafood delicacies, tropical fruits, and refreshing beverages as you bask in the warmth of the sun.

SEE AND DO: Other things to do on the island include hiking to the summit of Mount Ohiri for the adventurous. This place offers views of Taha'a and the surrounding islands. But for those who prefer water activities, you may opt to enjoy a variety of watersports, including kayaking, paddleboarding, and jet skiing, in Taha'a's calm lagoon waters. You can rent equipment from local operators or ask your yacht crew for equipment availability and spend the day exploring the island's coastline at your own pace.

EAT AND PLAY: As the day transitions into the evening, prepare for a culinary delight at Fish & Blue, a renowned restaurant nestled on the island of Raiatea. Here, you'll savour delectable seafood dishes crafted from the day's catch. Other restaurants in Raiatea includes - L'Ardoise Gourmande which offers a cozy atmosphere and a menu featuring French and Polynesian fusion cuisine. Lastly, the Marae Restaurant includes a mix of international dishes and Tahitian specialities, showcasing fresh seafood and tropical fruits.

view from helicopter at beautiful island of Bora Bora, French Polynesia

Option 1: Taha'a

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On the 6th day of your journey, you'll savour the tranquil beauty of Taha'a one last time.

Begin your day with a refreshing morning swim in the crystal-clear waters surrounding Taha'a. Dive into the azure lagoon and feel the gentle embrace of the warm Pacific Ocean.

After your leisurely swim, prepare for a scenic passage to Bora Bora. As the yacht glides gracefully across the sea, take in the majestic beauty of the South Pacific.

SEE AND DO You can enjoy various activities both on land and water in Bora Bora. Some must-visit and do in the island include - visiting Matira Beach, one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Swim in its crystal-clear waters, and sunbathe on the soft sand. You can also discover the vibrant marine life of Bora Bora at the Lagoonarium, where you can snorkel among colorful fish, rays, and even sharks in a protected environment. meanwhile, if you want to soar high above Bora Bora's lagoon - you can go on a parasailing adventure, where you can enjoy panoramic views of the island's iconic landmarks and azure waters from above.

EAT AND PLAY: A popular spot for both locals and tourists, the Bora Bora Yacht Club offers casual waterfront dining with a menu featuring fresh seafood, grilled meats, and tropical cocktails. You also don't want to miss their famous fish burger. You can also choose to visit Bloody Mary's, famous for its laid-back atmosphere and fresh seafood. Choose your fish from the display and have it grilled to perfection, or opt for other menu options like steak or vegetarian dishes. Meanwhile, for an upscale dining experience, head to La Villa Mahana, a boutique restaurant known for its intimate ambiance and exquisite French cuisine. With a limited number of tables, reservations are recommended to do in advance.

Maupiti island, french polynesia, Tahiti Turk water and paradise island, view on the lagoon

Option 1: Maupiti

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Alternatively on your 6th day, you can cruise early morning to Maupiti before proceeding to Bora Bora in the evening. Maupiti, though lesser-known, is a gem within French Polynesia that offers a serene and untouched beauty compared to its more popular counterparts. This quaint island invites visitors to enjoy a range of activities both on land and in the waters of its stunning lagoon.

SEE AND DO: For a start, hiking Mount Teurafaatiu early morning offers a challenging yet rewarding experience, giving you an incredible panoramic view of the lagoon and the neighboring island of Bora Bora on clear days. Diving at the Manta Ray Station is another must-do, where the natural cleaning station within the lagoon allows for an unforgettable encounter with these majestic creatures. For a more leisurely activity, you can walk across the lagoon to Motu Auira from Tereia Beach, offering a unique experience of being surrounded by the lagoon's beauty. The island's circumference is manageable for a leisurely hike, letting you explore archaeological sites and the daily life in the flowery village of Vaiea.

EAT AND PLAY: Maupiti's dining scene is limited mainly due to its small size and remote location. Nonetheless, the island boasts a couple of notable spots for enjoying Polynesian cuisine: Tarona and Snack Chez Mimi. These spots provide a glimpse into local flavors amidst Maupiti's serene and untouched beauty. For a unique experience, consider arranging a beach picnic with a chef onboard, making the most of the island's secluded shores.

Bora Bora airport, welcome sign

Bora Bora

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On your 6th day, you will go on your final adventure to make the most of your time in Bora Bora.

SEE AND DO: Start your day with an exhilarating snorkeling excursion, where you'll have the chance to search for majestic manta rays gliding gracefully through the turquoise waters. Join experienced guides as they lead you to prime snorkeling spots known for frequent manta rays sighting. Alternatively, opt for an optional helicopter tour for a bird's-eye view of the breathtaking landscapes and iconic landmarks of French Polynesia. Soar high above the crystalline lagoons, lush green islands, and towering volcanic peaks.

After your morning adventure, return to the comfort of the yacht to prepare for departure.

As midday approaches, board the tender for a transfer to Bora Bora Airport, where you'll begin your journey homeward. Whether you're catching a scheduled flight or departing at a time that suits your schedule, the yacht crew will ensure a seamless transition to the airport.

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