Maupiti Island

Maupiti Island is an island about 40 kilometers west of Bora Bora. It is a volcanic island with a coral atoll around it. Actually the same as Bora Bora, only a smaller version. It has a population of 1,200 people living on 11 km2. The central island of Maupiti has…

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Bora Bora Island

Bora Bora is located 260 kilometers northwest of the capital Papeete. Bora Bora is surrounded by a lagoon and a coral reef. In the middle of the island are the remains of a former volcano in the shape of two peaks - Paia and Otemanu, which reach a height of…

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Moorea, Huahine, Taha’a and Raiatea

Moorea is a volcanic island discovered by Samuel Wallis in 1767 and is only 17 km away. northwest of Tahiti. Easily and quickly accessible by boat or plane, the island boasts lush vegetation, hills, bays, lagoons. The population is about 16,000 people, 134 km2 is the area, and the island…

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Tahiti

Tahiti is the largest island in French Polynesia. It is located in the archipelago of the Social Islands. The area of ​​the island is 1,048 km2. The island consists of 2 circular parts which are connected by a coating. Both parts are of volcanic origin, and are called "Tahiti nui"…

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French Polynesia

French Polynesia is a French overseas territory. It consists of a number of smaller islands, atolls and archipelagos in the South Pacific. The most famous and populated island is Tahiti. The capital is Papete in Tahiti. The official languages ​​are French and Tahitian. The islands cover an ocean area of…

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Nanukulevu Island

Nanukulevu or Nanuku Levu Island is located just about halfway between both Laucala Island https://tropicalislands.net/laucala-island/ and Wailagilala Atoll https://tropicalislands.net/wailagilala-atoll/in good location. It's area is about 13,50 acres (5ha), and dimensions are about 500mX165m, and has a  protective reef around it, and is surrounded with nice white sandy beaches, turquoise waters, nice…

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Totoya Island

Totoya Island is a volcanic island in the Moala subgroup of the Lau Group (Totoja is in the southern part). Its area is 6918 acres (2800 ha), altitude 366m. The island is in the shape of a horseshoe. It is surrounded by a coral reef. Totoja has a huge coconut…

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Malima Islets, Kibobo Islets and ,,Maldives style” islands

Malima islets (also known as Malima Island )is a volcanic island, with an area of 24 acres (10 ha), the term island is actually used, as a whole object, but islands are also mentioned, because they are. One island 680m by 230m, and a smaller island 230m by 100m are…

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Wailagilala Atoll

Wailagilala Atoll (also known as Wailagilala Island and Wailagi Lala ) is an atoll north of Vanu Balavu about 41km, to its reef or 46km to the first island. It is the northernmost place in the Lau Group. Its area is 74 acres (30ha) and the highest height is only…

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Tuvuca Island

Tuvuca Island is an island about 36km south of Vanu Balavu and 17.5km southwest of Katafanga. Its length / width is 5.6 km by 3.6 km, height 240 m. Tuvuca has unused phosphate deposits. It has a protective coral reef that surrounds it, and creates bright blue water and bright…

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