TAHITI AND HER ISLANDS

Tahiti & Her Islands

  • Where is Tahiti
  • Top 10 things to do
  • Calendar of Events
  • Public Holidays

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Where is Tahiti?

 

Located in the South Pacific, Tahiti and her Islands covers a huge ocean surface covering some 4 million km2, which is the same area as Europe.

 

However, dry land only represents 4000 square kilometres (2159 sq. naut. mi.) divided among 118 islands, separated into five archipelagos: the Marquesas to the north, the Society Islands and the Tuamotu in the centre, the Australs to the south and the Gambier to the southeast.

Sprinkled like a handful of stardust in space, Tahiti and Her Islands are easily characterised by their isolation. Most islands are only sparsely populated and forty of them remain uninhabited to this day.

 

Geography

 

French Polynesia is also known as the Islands of Tahiti or simply Tahiti. There are 118 islands comprising French Polynesia of which Tahiti is the main island and the location of the capital city of Papeete. Faa’a International Airport is located on the island of Tahiti approximately 5 kilometres west of Papeete. You cross the international dateline when flying to Tahiti from New Zealand – i.e. the first night of accommodation is normally the day before departure

 

Tahiti’s Top 10 things to do

 

Spend at least one night in an overwater bungalow

The idea of overwater bungalows began in our islands. They represent the ultimate level of indulgence: luxury in paradise. Let yourself be rocked to sleep by the water lapping against the stilts, watch fish dance through the glass pane in the floor, dive off your terrace into a natural aquarium and wake up to breakfast brought to you in a traditional dugout canoe: who wouldn’t want to make this dream a reality?

 

Dive into a natural aquarium

Divers the world over recognise Tahiti and the islands for their diving sites and passes with more fish than anywhere else in the world. For connoisseurs, Rangiroa, the largest atoll in the TuamotusFakarava, the Mecca of diving, and Tikehau are mythical places. The Society Islands, the Marquesas and the Austral Islands also offer perfect spots where you can also see large sea animals (sharks, rays, dolphins, whales, etc.) as well as thousands of colourful reef fish.

 

Eat marinated raw fish with coconut milk

No visit to Tahiti and its islands is complete without trying the local speciality: raw tuna marinated in lime and diced vegetables, sprinkled with freshly squeezed coconut milk. Mobile food vans, snack bars and restaurants all offer this speciality on the menu. There are other outstanding local dishes that are a must and should be sampled, too: Chinese-style raw fish, chow mein, ma’a tinito and, first and foremost, dishes baked in a Tahitian oven (ma’a tahiti) offered by some restaurants on Sundays.

 

Browse the Pape’ete public market

The municipal market at the centre of Pape’ete is where all the hustle and bustle is focused. It opens at the crack of dawn with fruit, vegetable, fish and flower stands. Handicraft stalls contain products from the four archipelagos (carvings, tifaifai patchwork quilts, jewellery, sarongs (pareos), basketry, etc.). If you visit the market before you leave, you can load up on souvenirs to take back home (vanilla, crafts, monoi, musical instruments, etc.). Not to be missed is a visit to the market Sunday morning at 4.00 a.m., before mass.

 

Make a short excursion to Moorea, Tahiti’s sister island

Moorea, 17 km from Pape’ete, is reachable by fast ferry in only 40 minutes. It is the most sparsely populated island (just 18,000 people) and things there are still unspoiled. You can do a day-trip, but if you want to fully explore the island you’ll need a few days.

 

Visit an atoll in the Tuamotus

Physically setting foot on a “low island”, or atoll, is an unforgettable experience. Seeing a chain of coral islets, each encircling a turquoise lagoon, stretching on for dozens of kilometres is a breathtaking sight from the plane. Just imagining people living in this environment, lost in a vast expanse of ocean, is almost surreal. Sharing the daily lives of the islanders in tune with the rhythm of the waves, even if only for just a few days, is beyond words…It was on these tiny islets that Tahiti’s cultured pearl industry began. The most frequently visited atolls are Rangiroa, Fakarava and Tikehau, all of which have internationally rated hotels. Other less well-known atolls have family-run guest houses, offering guests a warm welcome.

 

See Bora Bora…and much more

For most tourists, a stay on Bora Bora is essential. The “Pearl of the Pacific”, despite the development of tourism, is still worthy of its reputation. Nevertheless, there’s much more to this island than what the postcards show us: not only the island’s interior, its history, the manta rays and the lagoon, but also the luxury hotels and spas on the motu (islets), accessible only by boat. If you have plenty of time, don’t miss the island’s untamed and unspoilt little sister, Maupiti, accessible by boat or plane from Bora Bora. A change of scenery and a trip back in time are guaranteed…

 

Visit a marae

Found on most islands, these archaeological remains bear witness to the organisation of Polynesian society before the arrival of missionaries in the 18th century. The largest archaeological complexes are found on Raiatea (a world renown marae), Huahine and in the Marquesas.

 

See a performance of Polynesian dance

Forbidden by missionaries, dancing is even more an integral part of Polynesian culture today. Girls and boys begin dancing as soon as they can walk. The annual Heiva i Tahiti festivals in July, organised in Tahiti and on most islands, is a chance to see a performance by the most famed professional dance troupes and schools. Major hotels regularly organise Polynesian evenings with song and dance during happy hour or themed buffet dinners.

 

Explore the interior of the islands

The interior of the mountainous islands (Society Islands, the Marquesas and the Austral Islands) are brimming with treasures. Whether by guided tour (in a 4X4, a quad bike or on foot) or in a rental car, the valleys and mountain peaks generously reveal their wonders to visitors. Archaeological remains, lush vegetation, streams and waterfalls reward all tourists who venture there…

Follow in the footsteps of the first missionaries to the Gambier Islands.

Mangareva, the largest island, is the site of the first Catholic mission, established in 1834, and abounds in the historic traces of the first missionaries.

 

Go whale-watching off the beaten track in the Austral Islands

Every year from July to November, Rurutu, in the Austral Islands, becomes a prime observation platform for watching whales, which come there to calve just off the coast. It is a unique spectacle reserved for you alone. The Austral Islands will give you the unparalleled feeling of being on the other side of the world.

 

The Marquesas: explore the “Land of Men”

Go to the Marquesas by sea aboard the mixed cargo/passenger vessel, the Aranui, or by plane, a more conventional mode of transport. Arriving in the Marquesas is always a double shock: first, witnessing a cultural revival that has been going strong these last 20 years, and second, the discovery of its wild and pristine natural beauty.

 

 

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

TERE ‘A’ATI

FIRST OR SECOND WEEK OF JANUARY AUSTRAL ISLANDS

A Cultural and historic event which takes place on Rurutu in the Austral islands where people go for a long walk with stops at ancestral sites, archeological and cliffs, etc. to the 3 villages Moerai, Avera and Auti, and visit different homes with talc powder onto them. Tourism Board of Rurutu Phone (689) 40.94.06.51 tavita.gisele@mail.pf

TERE FAATI (13TH EDITION)

SATURDAY JANUARY 27TH : TAHITI

Circle island tour of Tahiti in the typical on the traditional “Le Truck” bus cruising to the sound of the ‘ukulele with stops at tourist site, such as those designed by Tahiti Tourisme. Tahiti Tourisme Phone (689) 40.50.40.30 info@TahitiTourisme.pf  www.TahitiTourisme.pf

FLOWER AND HANDICRAFT FESTIVAL

FROM THURSDAY FEBRUARY 1ST TO WEDNESDAY FEBUARY 14TH : TAHITI

Neighborhoods exhibit their flowers and jewels in scentful and colorful creations along with all their smells and their colors in the gardens of Papeete city hall. Association of the Papeete Neighborhood Mobile (689) 87.77.54.37 adams.myrna@yahoo.fr

PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL – FIFO (15TH EDITION)

FROM SATURDAY FEBRUARY 3RD TO SUNDAY FEBRUARY 11TH : TAHITI

This festival is a long-term event which for a few days brings the productions of audio-visual documentaries dealing with Oceania (Pacific communities) before an international jury. A succession of film screenings, free workshops, conferences, and encounters. Cultural Office – Te Fare Tahiti Nui Phone (689) 40.54.45.44 organisation@filmfestivaloceanie.org www.maisondelaculture.pf / www.fifotahiti.com

VALENTINE’S DAY JEWELS EXHIBITON

FROM THURSDAY FEBRUARY 8TH TO WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 14TH : TAHITI

Discover the most creative and diverse Polynesian handicraft at the Polynesian Art Association show with jewels, artefact’s and clothing Meeting point at the Assembly of French Polynesia. « Bijouterie d’Art Polynésien » Association Phone (689) 40.58.42.38 Faaura BOUTEAU Mobile (689) 87.75.03.63 fauuracreations@yahoo.fr

CHINESE NEW YEAR

FROM FRIDAY FEBRUARY 16TH TO SATURDAY MARCH 3RD : TAHITI

The French Polynesia’s Chinese community celebrates the “Year of the Dog from the ground”. The whole country’s Chinese cultural and folkloric wealth will be emphasized through these celebrations and especially dancing, cooking, demonstration of ancestors’ arts and rites. Si Ni Tong association Phone (689) 40.42.74.18 sinitong@mail.pf

BREADFRUIT FESTIVAL AND LOCAL CULTURES (6TH EDITION)

FROM THURSDAY FEBRUARY 22 ND TO SATURDAY FEBRUARY 24TH: TAHITI

Agricultural sector should have allowed people to learn how they can use that famous traditional food within workshops dedicated to breadfruit. Cultural Office – Te Fare Tauhiti Nui Phone (689) 40.54.45.44 communication@maisondelaculture.pf www.maisondelaculture.pf

TAHITI GUITAR FESTIVAL (11TH EDITION)

FIRST SEMESTER : TAHITI

Best Young Guitar Player contest staged within the «TAHITI Guitar New Hopes » framework. An event where internationally renowned artist will be joining the award winners though great music evenings to come. Radio 1 – Maheata Banner Phone (689) 40.43.41.00 Mobile (689) 87.75.27.55 maheata@radio1.pf

FESTIVAL COURT DES ILES (3RD EDITION)

FRIDAY MARCH 2ND : TAHITI

APICA, association for footage promotion, from creation and art to put on the map fiction short films for the islands of the world. Festival Courts des îles Phone (689) 40.45.58.86 Facebook : Court des îles

CONCERT TO’ARE

FRIDAY MARCH 2ND : TAHITI

Live music concert with Vaiana Perez, a polynesian artist on the Paepae a Hiro of the cultural center. Cultural Center – Te Fare Tauhiti Nui Phone. : (689) 40.54.45.44 communication@maisondelaculture.pf www.maisondelaculture.pf

GOSPEL DAY

MONDAY MARCH 5TH : TAHITI

Commemoration of the arrival of the first English protestant missionaries at Matavai – Tahiti. This year will mark the 221st anniversary of the Gospel presence in French Polynesia. A liturgical celebration, musical attractions, dancing shows and various other events are staged by the protestant congregations from the various archipelagos. Maohi Protestant Church Phone (689) 40.46.06.00 […]

AIR TAHITI – PRO RANGIROA SURF (9TH EDITION)

FROM MONDAY MARCH 5TH TO FRIDAY MARCH 9TH : RANGIROA

Junior professional surf competition in Rangiroa sponsored by the Rangiroa local Community Council and along with the partnership of the tourism sector. Tahitian Surf Federation Phone (689) 40.43.86.93 Mobile (689) 87.29.68.76 fedesurf@live.fr / philcabral@usa.net Rangiroa Tourist Board Phone (689) 40.93.11.30 Mobile (689) 87.78.79 78 Hiro Pouira Mobile (689) 87.77.14.02 Facebook : Fédération Tahitienne de Surf

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY

THURSDAY MARCH 8TH : TAHITI

Many actions to highlight, value and support Polynesian women’s issues and status. Delegation to Family and Women’s Legal Status Phone (689) 40.80.00.40 secretariat@femmes.gov.pf www.famillesegalite.gov.pf

WATERMAN TAHITI TOUR 1 (WTT 1)

FROM SATURDAY MARCH 17TH TO SUNDAY 18TH : TAHITI

Championship tour with a mix of categories (SUP races, Paddleboard Prone races & Body Surf…) in Punaauia district. Stéphane Lambert Mobile (689) 87.70.71.14 kainaluxt@gmail.com Facebook : KXT Ironmanan

PAPARA PRO SURF (7TH EDITION)

FROM SUNDAY MARCH 11TH TO FRIDAY MARCH 16TH : TAHITI

Surf competition with the participation of international junior surfers competing in the WQS (World Qualify Series) professional circuit on the Taharuu – Papara beach site in Junior, Open and Ondine categories. Tahitian Surf Federation Phone (689) 40.43 .86.93 Mobile (689) 87.29.68.76 fedesurf@live.fr Facebook : Fédération Tahitienne de Surf

TAHITI COMEDY SHOW (4TH EDITION)

WEDNESDAY MARCH 12TH, THRUSDAY MARCH 13TH AND FRIDAY MARCH 29TH : TAHITI

Local actors try to compete in a laughing show within a bigger theatre. Cultural Office – Te Fare Tauhiti Nui Phone (689) 40.54.45.44 communication@maisondelaculture.pf www.maisondelaculture.pf

EARTH HOUR (5TH EDITION)

SATURDAY MARCH 24TH : TAHITI

Event about environmental issues to promote a power-saving attitude through symbolical actions on the theme of return to sources by replacing electric lighting with old-time ingredients used on the island of Tahiti, its Peninsula, and the island of Moorea. Playful attractions and activities; with the participation of hotels, restaurants, and boarding houses. Earth Hour representative […]

TAHITI MOOREA MARATHON (30TH EDITION)

SATURDAY MARCH 31ST : MOOREA

This international marathon is run on Moorea island with more than 3 main races: marathon, half marathon, Fenua or Fun run (4 kms). Te Moorea Club Phone (689) 40.56.25.79 Mobile (689) 87.78.50.83 contact@mooreamarathon.com www.mooreamarathon.com

TEAHUPOO BODYBOARD PRO (APB TOUR)

FROM SATURDAY MARCH 31ST TO WEDNESDAY APRIL 4TH : TAHITI

Professional event holds in the west of Taiarapu for the best Body-Boarders in the world, with the APB (Association of Pro Body-boarders) and Tahiti Iti surf club. Tahiti Iti Surf Club Mobile (689) 87.73.80.61 wasnamax@mail.pf

LE ORI TAHITI I MATAVAI

FROM SATURDAY MARCH 31ST TO SATURDAY APRIL 7TH : TAHITI

An international contest with several countries (New-Caledonia, France, USA, Hawaii, Mexico…) in female and men categories competition for Ote’a and Aparima. Training courses to leaders group from overseas to understand basic and advances moves. Finishing with Ori Tahiti World Cup with all dancer coming from the Heiva Festival. Matani Kainuku Mobile (689) 87.74.74.74 registrations@heivainternational.com / tematani@hotmail.fr www.heivainternational.com

TEMPLES, CHURCHES, AND ARCHEOLOGICAL SITES

SATURDAY APRIL 7 TH : TAHITI

In Tahiti, many architectures made with migrations of people to visit in districts to understand their various stories. Tahiti Tourisme Phone (689) 40.50.40.30 info@TahitiTourisme.pf  www.TahitiTourisme.pf

RAID “VANIRA” (8TH EDITION)

SATURDAY APRIL 7TH : TAHAA

15 km running in a luxurious landscape, inside the island of Taha’a (Leeward Islands) in the associated municipality of Hipu; Musical ambience, fruit tasting, artisan displays, catering and vanilla producers’’ stands will add to this sport and scenic event. AS TAHA’A VANIRA – Jack Bennett GSM (689) 87.78.23.41 bennett.jack@mail.pf

AIR FRANCE PADDLE FESTIVAL

SATURDAY APRIL 7TH : TAHITI

Great Stand Up and Prone Paddle event of racing on several distances with various categories for Women and Men in Punaauia district close to Outumaoro white sand beach. Société 4 events Tel (689) 87.78.52.18 4events.pacific@gmail.com www.4events-pacific.com

WATERMAN TAHITI TOUR 2 (WTT 2)

FROM FRIDAY APRIL 13TH TO SUNDAY 15TH : TAHITI

Championship tour with a mix of categories (SUP races, Paddleboard Prone races & Body Surf…) in Papara district. Stéphane Lambert Mobile (689) 87.70.71.14 kainaluxt@gmail.com Facebook : KXT Ironmana

TERE NA UTA

SATURDAY APRIL 28TH : TAHITI

Discovering magnificent nature with its rivers and using 4wd touristic transportations far away from main roads with guides and cultural association counting stories on various sites, rivers, waterfalls…to find, to meet the Mana. Tahiti Tourisme Phone (689) 40.50.40.30 info@TahitiTourisme.pf  www.TahitiTourisme.pf

TAHITIAN TRANS X – X TERRA (8TH EDITION)

SATURDAY MAY 5TH : TAHITI

The Tahiti Cycling Club and VSOP associations are setting up a race around the island of Tahiti, a competition focusing on the respect for sport and environment.  Over the course of two days, the race will go through several sites or iconic places of Tahiti: the lagoon and a valley in Mataiea, Vaihiria Lake, the […]

TAHITI PEARL REGATTA (15TH EDITION)

FROM MONDAY MAY 7TH TO SUNDAY MAY 13TH : RAIATEA

A colorful regatta between the islands of Raiatea (two days in the Uturoa village), Taha’a and Bora Bora (2 days) accessible to all types of boats, to all nationalities, combining high sea stages and lagoon rounds, the whole event being crowned with festive evenings and cultural activities. Archipelagoes Mobile (689) 87.79.54.44 tpr@mail.pf www.tahitipearlregatta.com

TA’IRI PAUMOTU STROLLING PLAYERS CONTEST (3TH EDITION)

THURSDAY MAY 10TH : TAHITI

Musicians from Tuamotu Islands play authentic rhythms strolling guitars and ‘ukulele in Tahiti for a contest. Cultural Office – Te Fare Tauhiti Nui Phone (689) 40.54.45.44 communication@maisondelaculture.pf www.maisondelaculture.pf

TAAPUNA MASTER SURFING (24TH EDITION)

FROM SATURDAY MAY 5TH TO SUNDAY MAY 27TH : TAHITI

Major amateur on-reef surf open competitions, staged over 6 days in the Ta’apuna pass in Punaauia (including 2 days for the junior category), with a waiting period in the expectation of the best waves; surfers, bodyboarders, “drop knee” et “stand up paddle racers will ride in front of the visitors thanks to special sea shuttle […]

GREAT SYMPHONIQUE ORCHESTRA

FROM FRIDAY MAY 18TH TO SATURDAY MAY 19TH : TAHITI

Music conservatory perform with a famous international artist in music at the big theatre house of culture. Cultural Office – Te Fare Tauhiti Nui Phone (689) 40.54.45.44 communication@maisondelaculture.pf www.maisondelaculture.pf

PLEIADS SIGHTING

WEEK-END OF SUNDAY MAY 20TH : TAHITI

“Matarii i raro“, where the season of food shortage begins. The transition from a period to another was a key moment in the ancient life and was marked by important rites and rituals. Nowadays, several events are staged that allow us to relive these authentic moments; the other period is “Matarii i ni’a”, on the […]

“LA RONDE TAHITIENNE” CYCLE ROAD RACE (6TH EDITION)

SUNDAY MAY 20TH : TAHITI

From the velodrome of Fautau’a in Pirae to the Tour of the island of Tahiti, the Tahiti Cycling Clubs and VSOP are staging their 5th edition with 3 sport cycling and one mass Eco cycling circuits of 15 km – 55 km and 110 km, in the commune of Pirae and along the east coast […]

MOTHERS DAY SHOW

FROM TUESDAY MAY 22ND TO SUNDAY MAY 27TH : TAHITI

Come and meet us at the Papeete City Hall to find a gift for your mother the businesses, restaurants and the tourism lodgers set up discounts and sales on various offers in order to spoil all family mothers for this yearly moment. « Bijouterie d’Art Polynésien » Association Phone (689) 40.58.42.38 Faaura BOUTEAU Mobile (689) 87.75.03.63 […]

“LES FLORALIES” EXHIBITION

FROM THURSDAY MAY 24TH TO SUNDAY JUNE 3RD: TAHITI

Where all fans of flowers, shrubs, and endemic tree shoots, meet. It’s the occasion to search out for varieties of very sought-after or rare plants during these 3 weeks of exhibition of the Vaitupa.  Rural Development Service Phone (689) 40.50.26.90 heipua@capl.pf / tapuarii.barbos@capl.pf www.capl.pf

WATERMAN TAHITI TOUR 3 (WTT 3)

FROM THURSDAY MAY 24TH TO SATURDAY MAY 26TH : HUAHINE

Championship tour with a mix of categories (SUP races, Paddleboard Prone races & Body Surf…) in the islands of Huahine. Stéphane Lambert Mobile (689) 87.70.71.14 kainaluxt@gmail.com Facebook : KXT Ironmana

PAREO DAY

FRIDAY MAY 25TH : TAHITI

The Pareu (or Pareo) Day has been celebrated everywhere in the world since it was launched in 2013 by a little group of Polynesian enthusiasts with the support of social networks. The time slot selected for staging it will be the last Friday in May, a monthly festive meeting in the capital city of Papeete […]

CONCERT TO’ARE

THURSDAY 14TH AND FRIDAY 15TH – LUC AND VAITEANI MAY 24TH 2019 PETIT THÉÂTRE – PAPEETE : TAHITI

Live concert with young singers to meet new talents: Cultural Office – Te Fare Tauhiti Nui Phone (689) 40.54.45.44 communication@maisondelaculture.pf www.maisondelaculture.pf

TERE NA TAI (FROM THE SHORE TO THE OCEAN THROUGH THE LAGON)

SATURDAY MAY 26TH : TAHITI

Surround with 5 million of km² of salt water, that tour is an opportunity for visitors to find another way of living on one day, with cultural stories, various nautical activities (diving, skiing.) Tahiti Tourisme Phone (689) 40.50.40.30 info@TahitiTourisme.pf  www.TahitiTourisme.pf

MOTHER’S DAY

SUNDY MAY 27TH TAHITI

Shops, restaurants and tourism accomodtion providers offer specials nd discounts on various products to spoil every mum in on their special day. Papeete – CCISM – City hall of Papeete Tél. : (689) 40.47.27.38 marie@ccism.pf / pcv@mail.pf

OPEN INTERNATIONAL DE GOLF

EARLY JUNE : TAHITI

The Olivier Bréaud golf course located on the huge ‘Atimaono domain at Papara, about 50 kilometers from Papeete (Tahiti), every year hosts the international golf tournament, one of the stages of the well-known Pacific circuit organized by the Australian PGA and supported by the Polynesian Golf Federation Mobile (689) 87.77.17.41 louis.lesourd@gmail.com www.fpg.pf

TAHITI FASHION WEEK

ALL ISLANDS

Event for creation and fashion where the talents of craftsmen and local designers stand out during fashion shows, modeling contests and meetings with the world of beauty and fashion. Miss Laurence JOUTAIN Mobile (689) 87 28 65 98 M Alberto VIVIAN Mobile (689) 87.78.85.90

WATERMAN TAHITI TOUR 4 (WTT 4)

FROM SATURDAY JUNE 9TH TO SUNDAY JUNE 10TH : MOOREA

Championship tour with a mix of categories (SUP races, Paddleboard Prone races & Body Surf…) in the islands of Moorea. Stéphane Lambert Mobile (689) 87.70.71.14 kainaluxt@gmail.com Facebook : KXT Ironmana

WIND CHALLENGE SURF RACES

MID -JUNE : RAIATEA

French concept from Gruissan (France) for wind surfers for races (20kms and 80kms) in lagoon in Raiatea and Taha’a islands. Tahitian federation of sail Mobile (689) 87.26.25.26 Tahiti Windsurfing Association fedetahitivoile@mail.pf / yctahiti@mail.pf Facebook : Defi Wind Tahiti www.defiwind.com

CELEBRATION OF DISCOVERING ISLANDS OF TAHITI 250 YEARS AGO

FROM MONDAY JUNE 18TH TO SATURDAY JUNE 23RD : TAHITI

Famous captains on sailing boats linked islands in the Pacific Ocean from their continent Europe with M.Antoine de Bougainville on La Boudeuse, followed in 2019 with M.James Cook. Tahiti Tourisme Phone (689) 40.50.40.30 info@TahitiTourisme.pf  www.TahitiTourisme.pf

MUSIC FESTIVAL DAY

WEEK OF JUNE 21ST : TAHITI

For over a decade, artists, music lovers or music associations show their passion by sharing it and by gathering on private or public world sites. Cultural Office – Te Fare Tauhiti Nui Phone (689) 40.54.45.44 communication@maisondelaculture.pf www.maisondelaculture.pf

MISS TAHITI BEAUTY PAGEANT

FRIDAY JUNE 22ND : TAHITI

The Miss Tahiti election is a tribute paid to the, natural charm and beauty of the Polynesian woman. Beauty contest created in 1960, the Miss Tahiti Beauty Pageant is a popular event followed each year with lot of enthusiasm by all Polynesian people. The event is definitely a must in French Polynesia. Miss Tahiti Committee […]

TAHITI – MOOREA SAILING RENDEZ-VOUS (13TH EDITION)

FROM FRIDAY JUNE 22ND TO SUNDAY JUNE 24TH : MOOREA

An event stages both on Tahiti and Moorea islands to welcome international boaters calling in Polynesia and celebrate their navigation across the Pacific It is a friendly sailing and traditional sports Rallye allowing encounters with the Polynesian population and culture. Archipelagoes Mobile (689) 87.28.08.44 stephanie@archipelagoes.net www.tahiti-moorea-sailing-rdv.com

ORANGE FESTIVAL IN THE PUNAAUIA DISTRICK

SATURDAY JUNE 23RD : TAHITI

The City of Punaauia celebrates the festival of the orange from the Tamanu plateau. City of Punaauia’s Sports and Youth Service Phone (689) 40.86.56.68 taia.hong@mairiedepunaauia.pf / william.Temahuki@mairiedepunaauia.pf www.punaauia.pf

INTERNAL SHELF-GOVERNMENT DAY (AUTONOMY DAY)

FRIDAY JUNE 29TH : TAHITI

March past and parade of the local sports and cultural associations or Hivavaevae in downtown Papeete; 34th  anniversary. Cultural Office – Te Fare Tauhiti Nui Phone (689) 40.54.45.44 communication@maisondelaculture.pf www.maisondelaculture.pf

6TH ANNUEL AUSTRALIA -TAHITI SUPER YACHT MEETING

END OF JUNE : TAHITI

After a morning of meeting between luxury yacht professionals by Punaauia’s Marina Taina, here come exchanges between crews around recreational or sports activities or even beautifully set tables to get to know the region’s flavors. At night, a traditional dance show will enforce, in all good spirits, this unique sports event in the Pacific region. […]

HEIVA I BORA BORA

FROM END OF JUNE TO THE BEGINNING OF AUGUST : BORA BORA

Yearly singing and dancing contest, traditional sports and handicraft demos on Moto’i square at Vaitape – Bora Bora. Bora Bora Tourism Board Phone (689) 40.67.76.36 Mobile (689) 87.73.54.22 / 87.74.57.16 info-bora-bora@mail.pf

HEIVA RIMA’I HANDICRAFT

END OF JUNE TO MID-JULY :  TAHITI

During a month, the traditional handicraft experts of the 5 archipelagoes of French Polynesia meet in one place with the aim of optimizing the display of their handicraft creations. The materials used mainly come from their islands, genuinely « Made in Tahiti » mutinously braided coconut tree palm leaves, hat-making or pandanus basketwork and threading of stylized […]

TEAHUPOO OPEN SURF (QUALIFY SERIES)

FROM BEGINNING TO END OF AUGUST : TAHITI

Surf qualifying competition in Teahupo’o – Tahiti, ahead of that reserved to the foreign and local professional best surfers for the famous 7th step world tour in WSL Tahiti Billabong Pro. Fédération Tahitienne de Surf Phone (689) 40.43.86.93 Mobile (689) 87.29.68.76 fedesurf@live.fr Facebook : Fédération Tahitienne de Surf

TOA NA MAE HAA (FESTIVAL AND SURF COMPETITION)

FOM THE END OF JUNE TO BEGINNING JULY : TAHITI

Surf contest with several categories on open division at the river mouth of Taharuu with Papara surf club. Tahitian Surf Federation Phone (689) 40.43.86.93 Mobile (689) 87.29.68.76 fedesurf@live.fr Facebook : Fédération Tahitienne de Surf

HEIVA IN THE OUTER ISLANDS

BETWEEN JULY AND AUGUST : HUAHINE

Several islands like Moorea, Huahine, Raiatea, Rurutu and other archipelagoes celebrate traditional dances and songs linked to legends, cultural stories. Tourism committees and cities halls of each island. Tahiti Tourisme Phone (689) 40.50.40.30 info@TahitiTourisme.pf  www.TahitiTourisme.pf

WALK ON THE FIRE UMU TI

WEDNESDAY JULY 4TH : TAHITI

Big oven dug into the ground to cook the tī plant the traditional way thanks to red-heated rocks on which the Walk on Fire is performed with the blessings of the Great Priest of this yearly ceremony. M.Raymond GRAFFE Mobile (689) 87.78.54.75 Poetaitemarama@mail.pf www.heiva.pf

SPORT COMPETITION OF THE HEIVA

FRIDAY JUNE 29TH, 30TH OR JULY 7TH, 8TH : TAHITI

In several categories, speed races are staged for V1 (single paddler), V3, V6 and V16 canoes at the Tehoro beach in Mataiea, followed by a marathon race between Tahiti and Moorea. Then come the famous traditional races for sail-fitted outrigger canoes, not forgetting the traditional sports or Tuaro Maohi with disciplines such as coconut climbing, […]

CELEBRATION OF THE AMERICAIN INDEPENDANCE DAY

WEEK JULY 4TH : TAHITI

The municipality of Mahina celebrates this American Independence Day on the Pointe Venus site with the attendance of associations boasting their love for all things Made in USA: Harley bikers, heavy motorcycles, football, baseball. Xavier Etaeta Phone (689) 40.48.11.35 tymson.etaeta@gm.com

HEIVA I TAHITI (136 TH EDITION)

BEGINNING TO THE END OF JULY : TAHITI

The best traditional singing and dancing group face off on the mythical stage of To’ata and battle over creativity to show the Polynesian tradition in its most festive and genuine aspects. This contest, which has been existing since 1881, attracts artists and spectators alike during enthralling evening shows. In parallel, and in daytime, the lower […]

BASTILLE DAY

SATURDAY JULY 14TH : TAHITI

The commemoration of “Bastille’s Day” is marked, like in any French Territory, by a military parade all the official authorities are invited to attend. The French Polynesia islands also celebrate this republican rendez-vous. At the end of the various official ceremonies a show with traditional singing and dancing and snacks and refreshment beverages are offered […]

TAHITI TRADITIONAL SPORTS CHAMPIONSHIP

MID-JULY : TAHITI

Fruit Carriers race in the Paofai gardens (Papeete): from 12:00 to 14:00, weighing of the loads. 15:00 race start and 16:00 traditional show. Traditionnal Sports and Games Federation Phone (689) 40.50.31.13 lei@mail.pf / enoch@mail.pf www.heiva.pf

IVF VA’A WORLD SPRINT CHAMPIONSHIP

MONDAY JULY 16TH AND THURSDAY JULY 26TH : TAHITI

Big meeting in Tahiti with all countries around the earth for a world championship of Va’a. Tahitian Va’a Federation Phone (689) 40.45.05.44 contact@tahitivaa2018.org

MINI HEIVA IN THE INTERCONTINENTAL HOTEL

MID – JULY TO THE END OF AUGUST : TAHITI

Close to the airport, a famous hotel organizes traditional festival for songs and dances choosing the best ones each year from the great festival Heiva I Tahiti. It gives opportunity to the visitors to have dinner watching performances of Tahitian culture. Intercontinental Tahiti Resort & Spa Phone (689) 40.86.51.10 intercontinental.tahiti@ihg.com www.tahiti.intercontinental.com

HEIVA MAPURU PARAITA I PAPEETE

MID – JULY : TAHITI

Meeting around Papeete’s Market place with traditional Polynesian dance groups who are taking part in the Heiva I Tahiti. Management of the Papeete’s Market Place Phone (689) 40.43.67.15 Fax (689) 40.43.67.98 « Papeete Centre-Ville » – CCISM – Papeete City Hall jeannot.loshing@villedepapeete.pf/ pcv@mail.pf

SHOWS AT MARAE ARAHURAHU

EVERY SATURDAY OF JULY TO BEGINNING OF AUGUST : TAHITI

Shows on the cultural history with cultural stories and legends through the staging of the professional dance group Toakura with the support of the “Conservatoire Artistique de Polynésie” (Polynesia’s Conservatory of Arts). Conservatory of Arts of French Polynesia – Te Fare Upa Rau Phone (689) 40.50.14.18 Mobile (689) 87 70 75 63 frederic@conservatoire.pf

TE ‘AITO VA’A (31ST EDITION)

FROM FRIDAY JULY 20TH TO SUNDAY 22ND : TAHITI

One-day canoe individual race over about 10 kilometers. The best 100 paddlers will be selected for the « Super Aito » race. Association Ruahatu Mobile (689) 87.73.16.19 charley@mail.pf

WATERMAN TAHITI TOUR 5 (WTT 5)

FROM FRIDAY JULY 27TH TO SUNDAY JULY 29TH : TAHITI

Championship tour with a mix of categories (SUP races, Paddleboard Prone races & Body Surf…) in Teahupoo district. M. Stéphane Lambert Mobile (689) 87.70.71.14 kainaluxt@gmail.com Facebook : KXT Ironmana

AREAREARAA I TE FENUA AIHERE (3RD EDITION)

SATURDAY JULY 28TH : TAHITI

Half tour of the island of Tahiti up to the Peninsula in combined transportation: the traditional “truck” on road and the boat at sea to the sound of ‘ukulele, including stops on public highlight sites. The traditional meal “Mā’a Tahiti” will be available to eat beyond PK0 of the famous Hava’e wave – Teahupoo surfing […]

TAHITI PRO SURF – TEAHUPOO WITH AIR TAHITI NUI TRIALS

FROM SATURDAY AUGUST 04TH TO SUNDAY AUGUST 05TH : TAHITI

Surf qualifying competition in Teahupo’o – Tahiti, ahead of that reserved to the foreign and local professional best surfers for the famous 7th step world tour in WSL Tahiti Billabong Pro. Fédération Tahitienne de Surf Phone (689) 40.43.86.93 Mobile (689) 87.29.68.76 fedesurf@live.fr Facebook : Fédération Tahitienne de Surf

RAUTIRARE FESTIVAL (SUP COMPETITIONS, BEACH SOCCER…)

FROM FRIDAY AUGUST 03RD TO SUNDAY AUGUST 05TH : TAHITI

Mataiea district celebrate its festival for surf, body surf, stand up paddle, va’a, beach soccer with their god father of Rautirare surf club: M.Michel Bourez Tahitian and international pro surfer. Rautirare surf club Phone (689) 87.78.66.99 teva.zaveroni@gmail.com

TE HURA NUI (TRADITIONNAL DANSE CONTEST)

FROM BEGINNING TO MID-AUGUST : TAHITI

20 minutes’ drive from the airport, a famous hotel organizes traditional festival for songs and dances choosing the best ones each year from the great festival Heiva I Tahiti. It gives opportunity to the visitors to have dinner watching performances of Tahitian culture. Le Méridien Tahiti Hôtel Phone (689) 40.47.07.07 restaurant@lemeridien-tahiti.pf www.lemeridientahiti.com

BILLABONG PRO TAHITI – TEAHUPO’O (PROFESSIONAL SURF COMPETITION)

FROM BEGINNNG TO MID-AUGUST : TAHITI

Surf qualifying competition in Teahupo’o – Tahiti, ahead of that reserved to the foreign and local professional best surfers for the famous 7th step world tour in WSL Tahiti Billabong Pro. Tahitian Surf Federation Phone (689) 40.43.86.93 Mobile (689) 87.29.68.76 fedesurf@live.fr Facebook : Fédération Tahitienne de Surf    MORE

SUPER ‘AITO VA’A (27TH EDITION)

SATURDAY AUGUST 18TH : TAHITI

Individual canoe races with the participation of the best 100 paddlers of the « Te Aito » with 2 stages, Mahina – Papeete and Taapuna pass. Ruahatu Association Mobile (689) 87.73.16.19 charley@mail.pf

FA’AHE’E I TE TAU MATAMUA O SURF TRADITIONNEL (TAHITI TOURISME CHALLENGE)

WEEK END OF AUGUST 25TH : TAHITI

In 1 or 2 days traditional surfing must be developed with athletes using wood boards. An opportunity to make that cultural event an original rendez-vous for people who has passion in sliding with the Tahitian federation of surfing partnership. Tahiti Tourisme Phone (689) 40.50.40.30 info@TahitiTourisme.pf  www.TahitiTourisme.pf

RAIATEA GLISS FESTIVAL

BEGINNING OF SEPTEMBER : RAIATEA

The island of Raiatea organizes an event with several entertainments in the lagoon: skiing, jet skiing… At night a DJ will change the atmosphere showing movies shots of that festival. Gwen ZAMPIERI Mobile (689) 87.79.26.27 raiateaglissfestival@gmail.com Facebook : Raiatea Gliss Festival

MARAAMU SURF SKI

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 8TH : TAHAA

Between Taha’a and Bora Bora islands, that event pushes kayak race with famous experts and professional kayak athletes. Fédération Tahitienne de Canoë-Kayak Phone (689) 40.50.40.21 Mobile (689) 87.77.76.20 charles.vaa@gmail.com www.federation-kayak-tahiti.com

PAINAPO RAID (16 TH EDITION)

FROM SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 15TH : MOOREA

Mountain running in teams of 2 that takes place on the island of Moorea with 3 races scheduled: Toa race (18km) – Arearea race (7km) – Family Walk (4km). The circuits change each year. Te Moorea Club Phone (689) 40.56.25.79 Mobile (689) 87.78.50.83 mooreaevents@gmail.com

UKULELE FESTIVAL

MID -SEPTEMBER : TAHITI

Promotion of music art through ‘ukulele playing. Cultural Office – Te Fare Tauhiti Nui Phone (689) 40.54.45.44 communication@maisondelaculture.pf www.maisondelaculture.pf

TAHITI NUI TOUR

MID-SEPTEMBER : MOOREA

Tahiti stages their cycling tour adding the island of Moorea, 30 minutes across the channel by ferry. Foreign sport delegations are expected from: Chile, New Zealand, Australia, New Caledonia. Tahitian Cycling Federation Mobile (689) 87.79.83.09 ftc@mail.pf

FAREREIHAGA

MID-SEPTEMBER : RANGIROA

In Rangiroa – Tuamotu archipelago, the large family of tourism will celebrate all the culture, arts and crafts-related activities, with various contests the population takes part in. All visitors are welcome and invited to live this experience of the Farereihaga (the Encounter). Rangiroa Board of Tourism Phone (689) 40.93.11.30 philcabral@usa.net

EUROPEAN DAY CULTURAL HERITAGE

FROM FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 21ST TO SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 22ND : TAHITI

Cultural heritage on The Islands of Tahiti can be visited with experts guides proud to show their knowledge. Free admission and guided tour. Museum of Tahiti and her islands Phone (689) 40.54.84.42 direction@museetahiti.pf / admin@museetahiti.pf www.museetahiti.pf

WORLD TOURISM DAY

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 27TH : TAHITI

Celebration in the world and the 5 archipelagos of Polynesia of this day on the theme defined by the UN WTO (World Tourism Organization). Meetings with tourism professionals, the population and visitors on touristic sites enlivened with traditional dances and music… Tahiti Tourisme Phone (689) 40.50.40.30 info@TahitiTourisme.pf  www.TahitiTourisme.pf

TO’ARE CONCERT

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 28TH : TAHITI

Live concert with young singers to meet new talents. Cultural Office – Te Fare Tauhiti Nui Phone (689) 40.54.45.44 communication@maisondelaculture.pf www.maisondelaculture.pf

AGRICULTURAL FAIR

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 27H TO OCTOBER 7TH : TAHITI

Over the course of two weeks, the primary sector is highlighted in the population, adults and children alike, with the schools, to discover the breeding of animals living on the islands and the true products of the Polynesian terroir. Many exhibitors from all the 5 archipelagos take part in the various contests staged by the […]

INTERNATIONAL GRAFFITI ART FESTIVAL ONO’U

BEGINNING OF OCTOBER : TAHITI

It is the most important international meeting about the contemporary street art staged in the Pacific region. ONO’U brings together up to fifty renowned graffiti artists from the world over and thousands of youths, families, connoisseurs, and art lovers. The guest artists go down the streets of the capital city to create magnificent wall frescos […]

PUNAAUIA VAI-PARAOA BODY-BOARD, SURF & SUP SURFING

FROM MONDAY OCTOBER 1ST TO OCTOBER 28TH : TAHITI

Over a swell waiting period of 3 weeks with 4 to 5 days reserved for the competition itself, 15 minutes from the airport. The Sapinus coral barrier reef dedicated to Surfing, Body Boarding, and SUP on the west coast with local and international surfers. Taapuna Surf Club Mobile 87.78.60.87 taapunamastertahiti@mail.pf taapunamaster.blogspot.com

REVA I EIMEO NUI (5TH EDITION)

SATURDAY OCTOBER 27TH : MOOREA

Moorea island special tour in local transportation “le truck” in ‘ukulele strolling atmosphere visiting sites with a lunch of traditional food “Maa Tahiti”. Tahiti Tourisme Phone (689) 40.50.40.30 Info@TahitiTourisme.pf www.TahitiTourisme.pf

BOUNTY INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL

END OF OCTOBER : TAHITI

In October 26th around 1800, Bounty sail ship anchored in Matavai bay in Mahina district to pick up breadfruit plants to Great Britain Kingdom. Then, Bounty organization celebrates that story with workshops talking about sailing boats and books, items on exhibits, samplings food to taste and conferences. Thérèse Huber Mobile (689) 87.72.56.28 therese.rattinassamy@gmail.com www.bounty-tahiti.net

THE PUMKIN FAIR

END OF OCTOBER : TAHITI

Papeete city celebrates the pumpkin used by population and few workshops show its uses. Papeete Centre-Ville – CCISM – City Hall of Papeete Phone (689) 40.47.27.38 pcv@mail.pf www.ccism.pf

HAWAIKI NUI VA’A – POLYNESIAN CANOE RACE (27TH EDITION) EARLY NOVEMBER (DEPENDING ON THE SCHOOL VACATIONS)

FROM WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 31ST TO FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2ND : HUAHINE

In the Leeward Islands, Va’a or outrigger-canoe practice is the pre-eminent traditional Polynesian sport. Over 100 canoes will link the islands of Huahine, Raiatea, Taha’a and Bora Bora. The finish line is expected to be set at Point Matira beach – Bora Bora Fédération Tahitienne de Va’a Phone (689) 40.45.05.44 ftvtutu@mail.pf www.hawaikinuivaa.pf

4TH HEIVA TARAVA

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 3RD : TAHITI

Gardens of Paofai welcome groups of polyphonic singers who want to share their talent to people outside the contest great festival. Cultural Office – Te Fare Tauhiti Nui Phone (689) 40.54.45.44 communication@maisondelaculture.pf www.maisondelaculture.pf

THE RISING OF THE PLEIADS

WEEK OF NOVEMBER 20TH : TAHITI

“Matarii ’i ni’a“, where the season of abundance “tau ‘auhune” begins. The transition from a period to another was a key moment in the ancient life and was marked by important rites and rituals. Nowadays, many manifestations allow us to relive these authentic moments; the other period is “Matarii ’i raro“, on the upcoming Saturday, […]

“HURA TAPAIRU” (14TH EDITION) – 4TH PAHU NUI

FROM WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 21ST TO SATURDAY DECEMBER 1ST : TAHITI

Traditional Polynesian Dancing Contest reserved to small dancing groups with an aim at encouraging the creativity of Polynesian artists. International promotion of ‘Ori (Tahitian dancing) allowing non-resident foreign performers to provide shows for the Polynesian public. Cultural Office – Te Fare Tauhiti Nui Phone (689) 40.54.45.44 communication@maisondelaculture.pf www.maisondelaculture.pf

BOOK FAIR (17TH EDITION)

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 15TH TO SUNDAY NOVEMBER 18TH : TAHITI

This fair aim at bringing together all the actors committed to diffuse and promote books in French Polynesia though conferences, encounters with locally based and foreign authors, various animations and attractions, work sales exhibitions, etc., in the gardens and other areas of the House of Culture at Papeete-Tahiti. Cultural Office – Te Fare Tauhiti Nui […]

MONOI SIGHTS VISIT

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 24TH : TAHITI

Monoi oil has been used by local population with its therapeutic solutions. What about to take opportunity to visit various sites around the Islands of Tahiti. Tahiti Tourisme Phone (689) 40.50.40.30 info@TahitiTourisme.pf  www.TahitiTourisme.pf

IRONMANA WATERMAN WORLD TOUR FINAL

FROM MONDAY NOVEMBER 26TH TO SUNDAY DECEMBER 2ND : TAHITI

The end of a selection for best athletes participating during a year to the various competitions of Stand-Up Paddling races, Prone, Body-surfing in the Pacific with the best and top local athletes of the WWT 2018, Stéphane Lambert Mobile (689) 87.70.71.14 kainaluxt@gmail.com Facebook : KXT Ironmana

 

RAID APETAHI

EARLY DECEMBER : RAIATEA

This magnificent race in full nature on the island of Raiatea is a tribute paid to this “Apetahi” flower which gets harder and harder to find. Indeed, the eco-friendly organizers wish to make all the athletes and media aware of the need to protect this endangered endemic species. Guillaume Tehuiotoa GSM (689) 87.25.01.91 guillaume.tehuiotoa@commune-tumaraa.pf

TIARE FLOWER DAY (56TH EDITION)

FRIDAY DECEMBER 7TH : TAHITI

Showcasing of the national emblem, the Tiare Tahiti, with a contest of flower decoration to which various Papeete-based companies and public institutions take part on the theme of “Tiare Tahiti crowns (lei) and bouquets Groupement de Solidarité des Femmes de Tahiti Tel (689) 40.43.20.66 gsft@mail.pf Marie Ebb GSM (689) 87.74.42.00 Tahiti Tourisme Tel (689) 40 […]

MOOREA PAINAPO FESTIVAL

SATURDAY DECEMBER 1ST : MOOREA

People of the island of Moorea always say that Pineapple fruit belongs to them with those big fields with that fruit plantation… That’s why a festival is ready to put on the map of Moorea that sweaty fruit on various topics commercial, agricultural, tasting, cultural, traditional, and modern uses, games levels Local people and visitors […]

DOWNTOWN CHRISTMAS

MID DECEMBER : TAHITI

The city of Papeete goes through a makeover for the event with illuminations of Pomare Boulevard, on the waterfront, and the city hall at dusk. The merchants contribute in their own way by displaying downtown Christmas-themed store windows in order to amaze both children and adults for prospective sales. Besides, the Christmas Market lightens up […]

POLYNESIAN ART JEWELRY FOR CHRISTMAS

FROM TUESDAY DECEMBER 18TH TO DECEMBER 24TH : TAHITI

The Polynesian Handicraft art association puts some great skill on display showcases, in Papeete, an extraordinary array of know-how and diverse handicraft work in the hall of the Assembly of French Polynesia. « Bijouterie d’Art Polynésien » Association Phone (689) 40.58.42.38 Faaura BOUTEAU Mobile (689) 87.75.03.63 fauuracreations@yahoo.fr

PRIMARY SCHOOLS’ TERRITORIAL ‘ŌRERO

FRIDAY JUNE 15TH : TAHITI

The ninth edition of the primary schools’ territorial ‘Ōrero , an ancestral oratorical art, will take place on June 15th, 2018 at the Grand Theatre of the Cultural Center, Te Fare Tauhiti Nui. It will start at 6:30 pm. This year, the topic is about the traditional navigation, Te tere o te tupuna. Nearly thirty […]

 

 

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