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Traditions in French Polynesia

Papeete
The resort of Papeete experiences the heaviest tourist traffic in the period of ethnic holidays and festivals as there is no better way to learn the local culture and take part in unusual entertaining events. The Heiva festival starts in the second part of June. This bright and impressive ethnic fest lasts for two weeks and is dedicated to ethnic Tahitian dancing. The best dancing groups of the island take part in the festival. Each year the streets of the city are filled with grand dance … Read more
Vaiare
Vaiare is settlement on a fabulous island, the history of which is connected to many beautiful legends and beliefs. In accordance with one of them, the islands of Moorea and Tahiti appeared from fins of a giant fish. This is the reason why the islands are located so close and look so much alike. As many as eight mountain ranges cross the islands. This peculiarity gave the islands its first name - Aimeo I te rara varu. Later, the island’s name was changed to Moorea. There is also a very … Read more
Moorea
Moorea Island is extremely popular with honeymooners. This can be easily explained by the fact that the shape of this picturesque island resembles a heart. The resort regularly holds incredibly beautiful and upscale wedding ceremonies. Even though such ceremonies carry no legal weight whatsoever, they’re still performed on a daily basis. The newlyweds are even given a one-of-a-kind marriage certificate written on a sheet of a palm tree bark. The cultural traditions of local residents are … Read more
Bora Bora
The romantic island is very popular not only with couples and artists looking for inspiration, but only with fans of the event tourism. During the year, several colorful festivals are held here. Each of them is characterized by a diversity of funny beach entertainments, festive treats and music. In 2011, the Bora Bora Liquid Festival took place for the first time. This beautiful holiday is annually held in the middle of December. The main goal of the festival is to initiate the guests of … Read more
Manihi
People of Manihi are open, really kind and a little bit modest. Despite the many centuries of being ruled by Europeans, people have never forgotten their traditions and been honouring ancestors' spirits. All in all, locals have a controversial about Frenchmen. Some inhabitants want more freedom and autonomy and live in their own way, the others are proud of being a French citizen and happy to have those possibilities that it provides. Nevertheless, people treat tourists from all over the globe … Read more
Tahiti Island
The indigenous Tahitians are of Polynesian ancestry comprising the gross of the population. French is the official language but Tahitian and French are both in use. If you know French, communicating with the locals will have no difficulty. At the same time, you can use English for communication with the guides, waiters and hotel staff. If you are interested in the local traditions and rituals, you can visit a tourist village where you will find more about the local arts, crafts, and ceremonies. … Read more

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