Tahitians value generosity and hospitality, and you will feel that in every moment you spend in Tahiti. While the culture is definitely Polynesian in its relaxed and free spirited nature, Tahitians identify closely with French culture, generally speaking French and Tahitian.
English is also a commonly spoken language.
Tahitian culture is peaceful, attuned with nature, and expressive in dance, song, arts and crafts.
An indelible mark on your soul
The people of Tahiti want visitors to see the “real” Tahiti. This can be a moment of connection to the sublime beauty of pure lagoon water, pristine sand, exotic flower or colorful lagoon fish. It can be an afternoon with friends on a “motu” eating grilled fish, listening to traditional songs, while the sun sets on an unspoiled horizon. It can be experienced in the feel of traditional woodcarving, the aromas of tiare flowers and vanilla, or the luster of black pearls. When you find it, Tahiti will leave an indelible mark on your soul.