It is somewhere next to impossible to find cheap tickets to Tahiti. That being said, we present you a fantastic 2 in 1 from California! Visit both Hawaii and Tahiti in one trip from Los Angeles for just $900!
Hawaii is the perfect destination for those who like beaches, surf, wild landscapes, all within an archipelago with a unique history an culture. Honolulu, located on the island of Oahu, is the perfect place to relax during the day and party when the sun goes down. The clear blue waters of Kailua Beach, the famous Waikiki, the historic architecture of Iolani Palace and the timeless memorials of Pearl Harbor – you’ll find it all on Oahu.
Best beaches in Hawaii
Lanikai Beach is rated the best beach on Oahu. It offers some beautiful coral reef patches. Enjoy swimming, snorkelling and kayaking with views of the Mokulua Islands. In the island of Oahu you can also visit Kailua Beach, Hanauma Bay and the famous Waikīkī Beach. Ka'anapali Beach, Kapalua Bay and Hamoa Beach are some of the top beaches in Maui.
The best beaches in Kauai include the Hanalei Bay, Tunnels Beach and Poipu Beach. You can also discover the Kauai Glass Beach, made up of tiny bits of colourful sea glass. In the Big Island you can enjoy the deep, black colour of Punalu'u Black Sand Beach, made up of tiny lava particles. In Hawai'i you'll also find Papakōlea Beach with semi-precious green sand.
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Just great! But why not make it even better by taking another trip to the ‘Pearl of the Pacific’ – French Polynesia?
Famous for its paradise coral lagoons, white sand beaches and pristine natural environment, the Polynesian Triangle boasts up of over 1,000 islands scattered over the central and southern Pacific Ocean. From holiday paradise like Bora Bora and Tahiti to unique cultural heritage of Hawaii and Easter Island, it is easy to see why this splendid and distant region of the world is so desirable for travellers.
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Imagine turquoise sea with overwater bungalows, hibiscus flowers and bronzed dancers in grass skirts... you'll find it all in Tahiti! The most populous and largest French Polynesian island was popularized by French Impressionist painter Paul Gauguin. Take your time to relax, enjoying a humid breeze and exploring the coral gardens that are excellent for snorkelling, diving and swimming. Fish, dolphins, rays, sharks, turtles and more inhabit this clear, shallow water.
If you still do not know where the paradise on the Earth is located, then you should go to Bora Bora. It hosts abundance of luxurious resorts that ensure comfort and ultimate relaxation. Enjoy white sands and picture-perfect lagoons. You can also explore a lush forest, WWII cannons and iconic green peaks of an extinct volcano. Since Bora Bora is incredibly pricey, Moorea can be a budget alternative with beautiful scenery.
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Start planning your trip with Lonely Planet’s travel guides
November – December 2018
Nov 13 to Nov 20 to Nov 27
Los Angeles – Honolulu – Papeete – Los Angeles
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In Papeete we recommend you to book Luxury Penthouse with very good reviews. Luxury Penthouse, boasting an outdoor swimming pool, is set in Papeete, 6 km from Paofai Gardens and 7 km from Papeete Ferry Terminal. It provides free WiFi and a restaurant. The air-conditioned apartment consists of 1 bedroom, a kitchen with dining area, and a bathroom with shower.
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