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Plan a Honeymoon in French Polynesia

by Katie Skrzek

Oct 26, 2016

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Weddings / Honeymoons

Located in the South Pacific, French Polynesia is comprised of more than 100 islands spread throughout five archipelagos. The stunning tropical surroundings make for the perfect honeymoon destination. The close proximity of the islands to one another makes traveling from island to island seamless.

 

French Polynesia’s diverse landscape allows for a unique experience to the honeymooners depending on the island they choose to visit. With so many to choose from, Tahiti, Bora Bora, the Marquesas and Mo’orea are the most popular and well-known islands. Visitors fly into French Polynesia via Fa’a’ā International Airport in Tahiti.

 

Begin your French Polynesian honeymoon in Tahiti. InterContinental Tahiti Resort & Spa and Le Meridien Tahiti both offer waterfront-view rooms and suites as well as overwater bungalows. Spend an afternoon in French Polynesia’s capital, Pape’ete, for a change of pace. Visit the Robert Wan Pearl Museum to learn about the famous black pearls. A short flight or ferry ride from Tahiti, Mo’orea boasts stunning lagoons and breathtaking mountain peaks. Stay at the Hilton Mo’orea Lagoon Resort & Spa or the Sofitel Mo’orea Ia Ora Beach Resort. Bora Bora offers visitors the height of luxury and relaxation at properties including the Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora and the St. Regis Bora Bora Resort. It’s the perfect destination for participating in water activities or lounging on the beach. If going on a cruise is more your style, book a cruise around the Marquesas.

 

No matter your preference, a honeymoon in French Polynesia is a dream vacation you won’t soon forget.

 

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