The Tuamotu Islands consist of 77 atolls spread over 930 miles (1,497 kilometres) and the area certainly lives up to its reputation. These islands, located at the edge of the world, are heaven on Earth. Coconut plantations cover the motu (islet) of the coral barrier reef; the pristine beauty of the lagoons and unique underwater world make the Tuamotu a unique group of islands.
Legendary high cliffs, volcanic peaks, impressive remnants wrapped in wild nature, amazing beaches: the Marquesas are breathtaking. Located 932 miles (1,500 kilometres) away from Papeete, they offer the traveller a trip of a lifetime. The Marquesans call their islands ‘Land of Men’, or ‘Te Henua ‘Enana’.