Private guides and guided tours in Tahiti
Private guides in Tahiti
Tahiti Private Expeditions is the superyachts' guide specialist in VIP customized dive, snorkelling and eco-tours in Tahiti and her islands. When mentioning this part of the world, eyes often glitter. Thus...
Pacific Avenues is the first registered travel agency exclusively dedicated to the luxury yacht owners and charter guests wanting to visit Tahiti and her islands.A sister company to Tahiti Ocean superyacht...
Currency: CFA franc
CAPITAL CITY OF Tahiti: Papeete
LANGUAGE OF Tahiti: French
CURRENCY OF Tahiti: CFA franc
COMMENTS ABOUT Tahiti:
Tahiti lies in the South Pacific. It is the largest of the 118 islands and atolls that comprise French Polynesia.
Cities : Papeete (capital), Faa'a
RELIGION OF Tahiti: Christianity is the main religion of the islands, with a majority (54%) belonging to various Protestant churches and a large minority (30%) being Roman Catholic.
POPULATION OF Tahiti: Total population at the 2002 census was 245,405 inhabitants, 83% of whom are Polynesian, 12% white, and 5% East Asian (mainly Chinese and Vietnamese). In 2002, 69% of the population of French Polynesia lived in the island of Tahiti alone. The urban area of Papeete, the capital city, has 127,635 inhabitants (2002 census). French is the official language of French Polynesia. An organic law of April 12, 1996 states that "French is the official language, Tahitian and other Polynesian languages can be used.">>>>>
ECONOMY OVERVIEW OF Tahiti: French Polynesia has a moderately developed economy, which is dependent on imported goods, tourism, and the financial assistance of mainland France. Tourist facilities are well developed and are available on the major islands. Also, as the noni fruit from these islands is discovered for its medicinal uses, people have been able to find jobs related to this agricultural industry. The legal tender of French Polynesia is the CFP Franc. Agriculture: coconuts, vanilla, vegetables, fruits. Natural resources: timber, fish, cobalt. The major export of French Polynesia is their famous black Tahitian pearls.