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Flight from Paris to Tahiti

Book your flight from Paris to Tahiti from 864 $

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Departure airport Paris Orly (ORY)

Destination airport Papeete (PPT)

Best season May - November

Time of flight 20h50

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Entry formalities

All travelers must have a valid passport to travel to Tahiti. The passport must be valid for six months beyond the intended travel date (both for one-way and return trips).

Due to the technical stopover in San Francisco, the ESTA (Electronic Travel Authorization System) will also be mandatory in order to pass official checks during the stopover.

 

 

Les Formalités d'entrée pour Tahiti

The weather in Papeete

Wednesday

partlycloudy

23.3

July 24 2024

Thursday

fog

23

July 25 2024

Friday

fog

23.2

July 26 2024

Saturday

fair

25.6

July 27 2024

Sunday

heavyrain

24.7

July 28 2024

Monday

rainshowers

24.5

July 29 2024

Tuesday

fair

23.7

July 30 2024

Wednesday

clearsky

21.7

July 31 2024

Thursday

fair

22.3

August 1 2024

Papeete, the exotic capital

Papeete is not only the capital of Tahiti, it is also the capital of the overseas territory of French Polynesia.

It offers many cultural activities for tourists to learn about the traditional customs of Tahiti and its islands.

Museums, markets, gardens, it has everything you need to fall in love with this Maohi culture on the other side of the world.

International credit cards are widely accepted there, but, be sure to have cash on you if you want to visit the other islands!

 

The Polynesian archipelagos

Each archipelago and each island offers you a unique way of living, expressed in its welcome, singing, dancing, music and art.

The 118 islands of French Polynesia are divided into 5 archipelagos, spread over an area the size of Europe:

 

  • The Society Islands Archipelago consists of 7 islands

  • The Tuamotu Archipelago has 76 islands

  • The Gambier Archipelago has 5 islands and 18 motu (islets)

  • The Marquesas Archipelago has 6 islands

  • The Austral Archipelago has 5 islands

     

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  • The least touristy period to visit Tahiti is typically from November to April. This is the island's wet season, when there are fewer tourists, and you can enjoy the lush landscapes and warm waters in relative solitude. It's an excellent time to find deals on accommodations and flights.
  • The peak travel season in Tahiti runs from May to October. This period coincides with the dry season, offering sunny days and minimal rainfall, making it ideal for beach activities and island exploration. Due to its popularity, it's wise to book well in advance to secure your spot in paradise.
  • For the best rates and availability, aim to book your flight from Paris to Tahiti at least 3 to 6 months in advance. Booking early can lead to significant savings and more choices in flight schedules and seating.
  • Given Tahiti's location in the South Pacific, the most feasible way to reach the island from Paris is by air. While adventurous options like cruising are possible, they are significantly more time-consuming and less practical for most travelers.
  • Paris Orly Airport is accessible from the city center via various means of transportation. The Orlybus offers direct service from Denfert-Rochereau, while the RER B train, in conjunction with the Orlyval light rail, provides a fast option. Taxis and rideshare services offer more direct, though costlier, options.
  • Flights from Paris typically depart from Orly Airport (ORY) and arrive at Faa'a International Airport (PPT) in Tahiti. Faa'a International is the primary gateway to Tahiti and the French Polynesia islands, located just a few kilometers from the capital city of Papeete.
  • Yes, there are substantial weather differences. Tahiti enjoys a tropical climate year-round with warm temperatures and high humidity, contrasting sharply with Paris's temperate climate, which can vary from mild to cold depending on the season.
  • Tahiti offers a plethora of activities ranging from snorkeling and scuba diving in its crystal-clear lagoons to hiking the lush trails of the interior. Cultural enthusiasts will enjoy exploring Papeete's markets and museums, while relaxation seekers can unwind on the island's black-sand beaches or at a luxury spa.
  • Key attractions include the black-sand beaches of the Papenoo area, the Arahoho Blowhole, and the Faarumai Waterfalls. The Paul Gauguin Museum and the Tahiti Pearl Museum also offer insights into the island's rich culture and natural beauty.