Whether you're a novice surfer or an experienced board rider, there's a break for you in beautiful Tahiti. The north coast offers both beach and reef breaks and provides excellent year-round conditions, while the Taapuna Pass is a popular option for bodysurfers. Windsurfing and kiteboarding are also growing in popularity, transforming Tahiti into a watersports wonderland.
If surfing is not your thing, try exploring the island by kayak or outrigger canoe. You can even learn to sail in Tahiti's year-round warm waters, with watersports enthusiasts of all kinds catered for in this tropical island paradise.
Tahiti Airport (PPT)
Flights from Australia to Tahiti will disembark at Faa'a International Airport.
Faa'a International Airport (PPT) in Papeete is the main gateway for travellers to the island of Tahiti, and the only international airport serving French Polynesia. The airport is comprised of a main terminal area and a separate terminal for Air Moorea domestic flights.
Airport Accommodation: There are a number of hotels located in close proximity to Faa'a International Airport. Book your Tahiti Airport accommodation.
Airlines that fly to Tahiti
For more information on Tahiti holidays check out our Tahiti travel guide.