TAHITI AND THE FRENCH POLYNESIA: la ora na!
The legend of paradise
French Polynesia became a legend when the first explorers returned to Europe with tales of an earthly paradise of fertile soil, perfect weather, and friendly, cheerful and laid-back. Later in the nineteenth century, the painter Paul Gaugain, after returning from his stay in Tahiti, reinforced this legend with his work of colorful Polynesian everyday scenes.
Today, Tahiti and the rest of French Polynesia maintain that idyllic image that appeals to both couples seeking their dream honeymoon, as well as seekers of remote havens.
Its 118 islands spread over 5 archipelagos and cover an area the size of Western Europe, besides they possess great scenic diversity. It should also be pointed out that it is the Polynesian archipelago closest to America, only an 8 hour flight from Los Angeles.
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