French Polynesia Flights GuideA sprawling archipelago in the South Pacific Ocean, French Polynesia tempts travelers with its tropical climate and host of beautiful islands. Numbering more than 100, the islands of French Polynesia boast white-and-black sand beaches, mountains, and strikingly beautiful waterfalls. One of the most-frequented islands in this collectivity is Bora Bora, exceptionally popular with tourists because of its incredible scuba diving and the dormant volcano Mt. Otemanu, which marks the island with its stamp of exoticism at its center. For travelers looking to avoid the tourist-crush, Mo'orea is an alternate option to Bora Bora or the equally well-known Tahiti. Mo'orea is beautiful in its own right, and can only be accessed by ferry or plane from Tahiti. In addition to snorkeling and scuba diving, visitors can also dolphin-watch or whale-watch from the comfort of a cozy, thatched beachfront accommodation.
International travelers to French Polynesia will want to consider the extreme heat and humidity the archipelago experiences between November and April, and also bear in mind the cooler season between May and October. Travelers will arrive to Tahiti, French Polynesia's largest island, in Fa'a'? International Airport and make their island connections and arrangements from that point.