The Tuamotu Islands consist of 77 atolls spread over 1,497 km. These islands will immerse you into the Polynesian tradition where you will live to the rhythm of the sun and the lagoons. The coconut plantations cover the numerous motu (islets) while the seabed is a sanctuary for an exceptional fauna, true paradise for divers.
As for the Gambiers archipelago, located more than 1,600 km south-east of Tahiti, it is the most remote and least populated region of French Polynesia. Made up of four mountainous islands that share the same lagoon: Mangareva, Akamaru, Aukena and Taravai. Mangareva is the island with the best access to welcome travelers in search of authenticity.