Important Travel Info



Important Travel Information

Here are the most important things you should know before you depart on your Tahitian honeymoon. For answers to other helpful questions, check out our Tahiti Frequently Asked Questions.

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History and Culture of Tahiti

History and Culture of Tahiti

The islands of Tahiti, also known as French Polynesia, have a long and colorful history with a culture made up of many influences, resulting in a unique French/Polynesian blend in food, music and language. Additionally, there are numerous cultural similarities between Tahiti and other South Pacific islands such as Fiji and Hawaii.

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History and Culture



History and culture of Fiji

With a history that stretches back 3,500 years, it's no surprise that Fijians have created a distinct culture that uniquely blends Polynesian heritage and Indian influences with former British rule. As a result of her varied influences, the official languages in Fiji today are English, Fijian and Hindi, with English as a primary language.

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General Info Tahiti

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Tahiti is the largest and most populated island in French Polynesia, home to more than 60% of French Polynesia's population.

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General Info Viti Levu

Although you might not know the name 'Viti Levu', chances are you've heard of its international airport, Nadi (pronounced Nan-di), or capital, Suva. The two cities are four hours apart by bus...but only 30 minutes by air.

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General Info Outer Islands

The soft coral of the Astrolabe Reef in Fiji Of the 'Outer Islands', the twenty belonging to the Yasawa Islands are the most famous. Not long ago, a special permit was required to visit these beautiful beaches. A majority of the tiny islands are close together - so close that at low tide, you can sometimes wade between them! They are directly north of the Mamanuca chain.

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General Info N Islands

The second and third largest islands in Fiji can be found in the Northern Islands. Vanua Levu, Taveuni and a number of smaller islands provide fantastic diving, fishing and relaxing opportunities for guests in a small resort atmosphere.

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South African Honeymoons

The second and third largest islands in Fiji can be found in the Northern Islands. Vanua Levu, Taveuni and a number of smaller islands provide fantastic diving, fishing and relaxing opportunities for guests in a small resort atmosphere.

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Mauritian Honeymoons

This 720-square-mile Indian Ocean outpost located east of Madagascar and the coast of southern Africa exudes mystery and romance.

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Seychellois Honeymoons

Crystalline waters, perennially sunny skies, resorts of rustic-luxe huts perched above the ocean -- at first glimpse the Seychelles appear similar to island paradises you may have visited before. But then you hear the song of the rare Seychelles Warbler or glimpse the indigenous coco de mer palm and realize you're in an exotic land about as far as you can get from home. 

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