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The first thing to do is to see the legendary wave of Teahupoo, the second largest in the world. If you like surfing, this will be the time to try the experience; if not, you can enjoy the bay's warm, calm, and crystalline waters. Then the peninsula of Taiarapu will invite you to discover the


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Events - French Polynesia

Bastille Day
Bastille Day, also known as the French National Day, is celebrated on July 14th each year to commemorate the storming of the Bastille prison in 1789, which marked the beginning of the French Revolution. However, as French Polynesia is an overseas collectivity of France, the Bastille Day celebrations in French Polynesia carry a unique cultural flair, combining French traditions with Polynesian customs and performances, showcasing the diverse heritage of the islands. The festivities often include parades, traditional dances, music, and delicious feasts, creating a vibrant atmosphere that honors both the French and Polynesian cultures.
French Polynesia

Heiva i Tahiti
Heiva i Tahiti is a lively and culturally significant festival celebrated in Tahiti, French Polynesia. This vibrant event showcases traditional Polynesian dance, music, and sports, and features competitions, performances, and exhibitions that highlight the unique heritage and customs of the Tahitian people. The festival fosters a strong sense of community and pride, bringing together locals and visitors to experience the beauty and richness of Tahitian culture.
Papeete, French Polynesia

Feast of the Whales
The Feast of the Whales is a marine-themed festival that celebrates the annual migration of whales in coastal regions. With educational programs, whale-watching tours, and interactive activities, this festival offers a unique opportunity for participants to learn about marine conservation and the importance of protecting these majestic creatures. It creates a festive atmosphere that fosters a deeper appreciation for marine life and the wonders of the ocean.
Taiarapu, French Polynesia

Tiare Maori Festival
The Tiare Maori Festival is a vibrant celebration of Maori culture in New Zealand. With traditional Maori performances, arts and crafts exhibits, and cultural workshops, this festival offers a unique opportunity to immerse in the rich heritage and traditions of the Maori people. It showcases the significance of the tiare (flower) in Maori culture and fosters a sense of unity and pride among the Maori community and visitors alike.
Bora Bora, French Polynesia

Rapa Nui Festival
The Rapa Nui Festival is a vibrant cultural event that celebrates the traditional music, dance, and art of the Rapa Nui people of Easter Island. With captivating performances, traditional ceremonies, and art exhibitions, this festival offers a unique opportunity to immerse in the rich cultural heritage of this remote island. It showcases the unique Polynesian traditions and fosters a sense of pride and unity among the Rapa Nui community and visitors alike.
Easter Island, Chile

Tahiti Pearl Festival
The Tahiti Pearl Festival is a captivating event that celebrates the beauty and significance of pearls in Tahitian culture. With pearl exhibitions, jewelry showcases, traditional dance performances, and cultural activities, this festival offers a glimpse into the artistry and craftsmanship behind Tahitian pearls. It highlights the importance of pearl farming and its economic impact on the region, fostering a sense of pride and appreciation for these exquisite gems that have been an integral part of Tahitian heritage for centuries.
Moorea, French Polynesia

Marathon of the Coral Reef
The Marathon of the Coral Reef is an adventurous and environmentally conscious event that takes place near coral reefs. Participants run or swim along the coast, showcasing the beauty of the underwater world while promoting awareness of coral reef conservation. This event fosters a deeper connection to nature and highlights the importance of preserving these fragile marine ecosystems for future generations.
Moorea, French Polynesia

Tahiti Film Festival
The Tahiti Film Festival is a captivating cinematic celebration that showcases a diverse selection of films from around the world. With screenings, premieres, and film-related events, this festival offers a unique platform for filmmakers and audiences to appreciate the power of storytelling through the lens of Tahitian culture and beyond. It fosters a sense of cultural exchange and appreciation for the art of filmmaking, bringing together filmmakers, film enthusiasts, and local communities to celebrate the magic of the silver screen.
Papeete, French Polynesia

Te Mana o Te Moana Festival
Te Mana o Te Moana Festival is a dynamic event that celebrates ocean conservation and Pacific Island cultures. With engaging activities, educational workshops, and cultural performances, this festival fosters a deep connection to the sea while promoting awareness of environmental preservation. It offers a captivating experience that unites communities in their shared commitment to protecting the ocean and its valuable resources.
Raiatea, French Polynesia

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