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Luxury French Polynesia Honeymoons

Inspired luxury honeymoons to French Polynesia, designed for you

Exclusive retreats and incredible beaches - the ultimate tropical getaway

There can be few things as idyllic as strolling hand-in-hand along a French Polynesian island beach as the azure lagoon gently laps the white sands. This collection of islands in the middle of the South Pacific are the ideal place for an unforgettable honeymoon. While away your days in a tropical paradise with turquoise waters and lush green volcanoes as a backdrop.

Escape from city life and feel as though you’re on a deserted island together. Choose a smaller, quieter island for the ultimate exclusive experience. Or if you’re looking for a busier, resort experience, head for Tahiti or Bora Bora where luxury meets popular beach destinations. We have a collection of luxury properties and our travel designers can help craft the perfect honeymoon for you.

Not content to laze beneath palm trees, sipping cocktails, you can head out into the crystal-clear water for swimming, snorkelling and diving as you discover the stunning marine life together. Or lace up your boots and go hiking together through the lush volcanic interiors to secret waterfalls. This is how lasting memories are made, and what better way to start your new life together than with a tranquil, tropical adventure.

Whatever you want from your South Pacific tour, our team of expert travel designers are ready to help.

Need to Know

13:17 is the local time
CFP Franc is the local currency
Papeete is the capital city

When to go

The islands of French Polynesia are beautiful year-round, thanks to its balmy tropical climate. The dry season runs from May to October – also known as the austral winter season. Daytime temperature hover around 28°C. The wet season, or the austral summer, is from November to April and you can expect intense sunshine alongside rainy spells, making it fairly humid.

 
 
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