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PHOTO GALLERY: TAHITI, Photos and Facts!

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The photos I have found for this gallery of Tahiti, are some of the most beautiful, and different photos I have had on this site in a long time. I hope you enjoy this gallery and information blog today. Please share this with your family and friends, please!

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Tahiti is made up of 118 islands and atolls spread out over five archipelagos. The whole archipelago spans 4.000.000 square km, which is the equivalent size of Europe.

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The Tahitian alphabet is made up of 13 letters; the vowels a, e, i, o, u and the consonants f, h, m, n, p, r, t and v.

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Tahiti is the highest and largest island in French Polynesia.

It is located 4,400 kilometres (2,376 nautical miles) south of Hawaii, 7,900 km (4,266 nmi) from Chile, 5,700 km (3,078 nmi) from Australia.

Photo by Simone Jo Moore on Unsplash

What is the difference between French Polynesia and Tahiti?

French Polynesia is a semi-autonomous territory of France with its own assembly, president, budget and laws. France’s influence is limited to subsidies, education, and security. Tahitians are French citizens with complete civil and political rights. French is the official language, but Tahitian and French are both in use.

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A Papaya tree …. Photo by Localize on Unsplash
Photo by Deepavali Gaind on Unsplash

A typical Las Vegas hotel has more rooms than on all 118 islands of French Polynesia.

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Hawaii receives more tourists in a day than Tahiti does in a year.  Tahiti is therefore one of the most exclusive destinations in the world and you can drive around the island and explore with relative ease.

Image by Julius Silver from Pixabay
Image by xiSerge from Pixabay

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