InterContinental Resort Tahiti
Start your day in our Pacific paradise with a delicious breakfast in Te Tiare restaurant. Afterwards, discover Tahiti's extraordinary interior on a half-day 4x4 safari. As you drive along the lush Papenoo Valley, you will encounter stunning waterfalls and a rich variety of flora and fauna. The views of the volcanic crater are breathtaking. You can pause for a dip in the beautiful Papenoo River, or jump on a quad bike and explore riverside tracks against the backdrop of Mont Orohena.
Refuel with a traditional Tahitian lunch of poisson cru, tuna marinated in lemon and coconut milk, at the hotel's poolside restaurant. Then hop on a colourful local bus, called Le Truck, and head to the island's capital, Papeete. Here you can explore the vibrant local market, looking for traditional souvenirs such as handmade clothes, assorted jewellery, and vanilla pods. Lovers of ink art can get a temporary Tahitian tattoo. To keep cool, try some coconut water fresh from the shell.
For an unforgettable experience, take a catamaran cruise on the lagoon and and witness a beautiful sunset against the backdrop of Moorea island. After a cocktail in the hotel's Tiki Bar, return to Papeete to sample the culinary delights on offer at the famous waterfront food vans, known as roulottes. Look out for street performers who will entertain you with ukulele playing and Polynesian songs. Alternatively, you can enjoy exquisite French dishes at the hotel's intimate Le Lotus restaurant. .
TAHITI Golf Atimaono
Tahiti's Atimaono golf course is located about 45 minutes from the hotel. A cotton and then a sugarcane plantation, it became Tahiti's first golf course in 1970.
TAHITI Legend of Tahiti the fish
Legend says Tahiti was transplanted from Raiatea, transformed into a fish and then became land again.
TAHITI Local festivals
There are many cultural festivals in Tahiti, especially in the month of July when the Heiva I Tahiti takes place. If you are lucky enough to be in Tahiti during the Heiva we may arrange everything for you, transfers, tickets ext.
TAHITI Surfing at Teahupo'o
Teahupo'o is one of the best surf spots in the world. Professional competitions are held here every year. This is rated the most dangerous wave in the world by all professional surfers. We may arrange a private tour of this area.