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French Polynesia

About French Polynesia

French Polynesia is known for their coral-fringed lagoons and over-the-water bungalows. The islands also encompass white- and black-sand beaches, mountains, rugged backcountry and towering waterfalls.

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French Polynesia Travel Information

French Polynesia contains 118 dispersed islands in the South Pacific stretching more than 2,000km. Divided into the Austral, Gambier, Marquesas, Society and Tuamotu archipelagos, French Polynesia is known for their coral-fringed lagoons and over-the-water bungalows. The islands also encompass white- and black-sand beaches, mountains, rugged backcountry and towering waterfalls.

Upcoming Trips & Tours in French Polynesia

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Dive Resorts in French Polynesia

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