The remote castaway islands of French Polynesia are the epitome of tropical luxury. A place where overwater villas and endless stretches of sandy beach define the landscape, luxury holidays to French Polynesia are the perfect answer to a romantic getaway or memorable honeymoon. From the turquoise lagoons of Bora Bora to the dramatic mountainous lands of Moorea, each of the islands offer something unique and wonderful for a tropical holiday. Each of our French Polynesia luxury holidays are bespoke and tailored to you, so we can create the perfect combination of experiences for your next holiday to the South Pacific.
We’ve long-standing partnerships with local guides and luxurious beachside hotels and resorts, so you won’t find better value anywhere else. We’ve journeyed throughout French Polynesia, promising you something a little different when you embark on luxury holidays to French Polynesia with OROKO.
POCKET GUIDE TO FRENCH POLYNESIA
A piece of French paradise in the Pacific, Tahiti’s unparalleled volcanic landscapes are a favourite amongst honeymooners and romance seekers. The largest of French Polynesia’s islands, Tahiti is shrouded in cascading waterfalls, shadowy mountains and beautiful white and black sand beaches, all surrounded by turquoise lagoons. Luxurious overwater villas and beachside resorts dot the island’s coast, promising tropical respite and sun-soaked adventures on French Polynesia luxury holidays.
Embraced by sand-fringed islets and a turquoise lagoon protected by a vibrant coral reef, Bora Bora is a tropical romantic dreamland. Bora Bora is the leading lady of French Polynesia, unrivalled in her beauty. The pristine beaches are perfect for sun-soaked holiday relaxation, but the island group’s tranquillity does not take from the action-packed adventures it offers. On a luxury holiday to Bora Bora, dive, snorkel and parasail in the multi-coloured waters and hike the rainforest-covered basaltic peaks.
Best time to visit
At OROKO we love to embark on a luxury holiday to French Polynesia from April to October, during the dry season. With good weather and warm temperatures all year round, it’s hard to find a bad time to visit the islands but in the summer months, temperatures sit in the high twenties and low rainfall makes for unlimited lazing on the beaches. The wet season sees higher temperatures but higher humidity and a chance of showers.
Discover Polynesia on a luxury cruise through its turquoise waters. Setting out from Tahiti’s Papeete, uncover the idyllic isles and legendary atolls of the Society Islands and Cook Islands. From iconic Bora Bora to the private island of Motu Mahana, every stop on this journey will reveal a new secret of Polynesia. Amongst hillside pineapple plantations, volcanic trails, pearl farms and white sandy beaches, meet the people who call these islands home.