Lockdown can be relaxing; lockdown can be boring or even hectic for those working from home while home schooling their kids… but at e-TAHITI travel we decided that lockdown should have some Tahitian vibes.
Our team put together a list of special Polynesian activities or ideas which we hope will make your lockdown a bit sweeter.
Have fun and feel free to share!


Because in Tahiti everything starts with a smile and some music…discover our exclusive e-TAHITI travel Spotify Playlist 


Should you not have any Spotify account, you can also explore this YouTube playlist

Tropical colorings for everyone

Explore Mme Carotte (Mrs Carrott) creations on her facebook page. This local artist has shared some free tropical coloring for the lockdown period.

Have fun!

Culture from the comfort of your home

The museum of Tahiti is offering a great start to explore the Polynesian culture before your trip.

You can even take a virtual tour on their web site

Explore the arts of Tahiti and entertain your kids too…let’s give a go to this Origami Polynesian canoe!


How to build a Polynesian outrigger canoe with Origami…

Last but not least, here a quick video from Tahiti Tourisme that will offer a glimpse of what’s next…your trip to Tahiti


Ia Ora Na,

In these times of great difficulty, the people of The Islands of Tahiti are staying home, to do our part to help our planet resolve this crisis. We know you are doing the same.

We will bring you stories from our islands, to share our culture and stay connected as we weather this storm together. Until we can welcome you again know that our spirit of Mana is waiting for you. It is an embrace of warm welcome, affinity, and sacred connection.

Now more than ever, we wish to share our spirit with all of you and look forward to a day when we can welcome you once again.


We will be with you in spirit and look forward to sunnier days ahead in The Islands of Tahiti.


#LoveTahiti #SunnierDaysAhead #TourismStrong


Credits: Production: © Tahiti Tourisme – Images: © Tahiti Tourisme © Black Stone Production © Flying World Picture © Tahiti Fly Shot ©Matarai @Ahi Production – Music: © Onaka Production