For some reason, everyone seems to like Tahiti so we’ll take another look at it. First off, realize that Tahiti also comprises of the surrounding French Polynesian islands. Historically, Tahiti has lured many figures to its secluded paradise, inclduing the crew of the H.M.S Bounty whom mutinied to remain on the island, artist Paul Gaugin who abandoned his family, and actor Marlon Brando who actually bought an island there.
So first thing you notice on your honeymoon is that Tahiti is very French. Residents speak French, restaurants serve French cuisine, resorts incorporate French culture, etc. This uniqueness combined with the native population’s genuine warmth towards vacationers make for a truly romantic honeymoon. A lot of resorts greet guests with a glass of pineapple juice, a fragrant taire/flower garland, and a cool towel. And here’s the best part: guests check in while chilling in the lobby chairs, not standing in line.
The Best Islands in Tahiti?
Here are the good ones you should work in your honeymoon itinerary.