World Class Tahiti Hotels
Tahiti may be a grand vacation destination but it is the best way to spend your honeymoon. It offers a wide range of Tahiti hotels that guarantee luxurious accommodations and excellent services. Tahiti is the largest island in the Windward group of French Polynesia, located in the archipelago of Society Islands in the southern Pacific Ocean. Tahiti is served by Faa a International Airport, which is close to the main city of Papeete. All international flights will land in Tahiti. The national airline carrier then operates flights to all of the other islands.
Tahiti is the largest of islands belonging to French Polynesia s Windward group. It lies in the archipelago of Society Islands by the Southern Pacific Ocean. With 118 islands that are spread over 5 great archipelagos, Tahiti continues to lure visitors with its charm, natural setting, pristine beaches and world class Tahiti hotels.
Most of the islands in this archipelago have aged peaks as compared to others that seem to just float over the breaking waves. The most sought after islands of the three archipelagos are its Society Islands, in which, Tahiti is a part of. The others are Bora Bora, Moorea, Raiatea, Huahine and Taha .
Tahiti is a favorite tourist destination not only by the truly rich but also for those who can afford an extravagant vacation spot. What makes Tahiti stand out accounts to a number of factors apart from its worldclass Tahiti hotels and resorts.
This includes the warm, friendly Polynesians who show a strong devotion fro their island – as expressed in the their dance, music and even flowers; the luxurious cruise ships, passenger freighters and super yachts that harbor the South Pacific; the luxurious Polynesian Spas that promote true relaxation and rejuvenation in a tropical ambiance; the diving and snorkeling sites like swift ocean passes and crystal clear lagoons; the overwater bungalows set over soothing lagoon waters; and the romantic ambiance that sets it apart from other desirable honeymoon destinations on Earth.