Activities in Huahine
Huahine is one of the Society Islands, part of French Polynesia. Huahine Island is one of the most popular tourist destinations in French Polynesia. The main attraction is its beautiful beaches and lush tropical forests, as well as its rich history and culture.
This island is divided into two parts: Huahine Nui and Huahine iti are separated by a narrow channel. The main village, Fare, welcomes boats from Tahiti. There are a few stores, restaurants and snack bars near the port.
If you want a white sand beach in your life, look no further than this little piece of paradise away from the masses. The vegetation and scenery of the area are truly breathtaking. Huahine's beaches are characterized by black sand and white coral sand. The white sand beaches are found in areas with low waves, while the black sand beaches are found in areas with high waves.
The best time to visit Huahine's beaches is between December and April when the water temperatures are milder. Huahine's beaches are perfect for those who want to escape the hustle and bustle of the mainland. The white sand and crystal clear water will make you feel like you have landed in a tropical paradise.
One of the most popular activities on the island is scuba diving. There are many different dive sites on the island where people can see a variety of marine life. Picnic days will allow you to enjoy the beautiful beaches while living a 100% experience, with a typical meal of our islands.
The activities available on the island of Huahine are numerous. There are many water sports: fishing, scuba diving, and surfing. There are also many other activities that can be enjoyed on the island including hiking, horseback riding, kayaking, snorkeling and sailing
If you want to explore the island of Huahine, there are many excursions, guided tours and safaris available for Huahine and its history. You can also visit the island's archeological site called "Marae" of Maeva via excursions to understand the island's cultural history.
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