Huahine is twin islands in French Polynesia surrounded by a fringing coral reef and several small islets, or “motu”.
Huahine Nui (Big Huahine) is to the north and Huahine Iti (Little Huahine) to the south, separated by a channel which becomes a sandspit at low tide.
A bridge has been built connecting Huahine Nui and Huahine Iti.
In the northwest of Huahine Nui lies a 375ha brackish lake called Lac Fauna Nui, the remains of an ancient lagoon.
One of the attractions on Huahine is a bridge that crosses a stream where large freshwater eels can be fed.
An archaeological site in the north of the island has revealed remains of birds exterminated by the earliest Polynesian colonists of the island.
Air transport is via Huahine Airport on the north shore of Huahine Nui.
Explore Huahine with the map below, zoom in on the island to find the many resorts.