Taha’a and neighboring Raiatea are enclosed by the same coral reef in the Leeward Islands, part of the Society Islands in French Polynesia.
The two main resorts of Taha’a are both on their own islands, offering both luxury and affordable holiday accommodation.
Le Taha’a Private Island and Spa is one of the most luxurious resorts in the Tahiti region.
Located just off Taha’a in a lagoon surrounded by white sand, it has spectacular views of both Taha’a and Bora Bora.
In the middle of the lagoon is Vahine Island Private Island Resort, which has gleaming white beaches, three over-water bungalows, and six beach bungalows.
La Pirogue Hotel is on a private island in the north of Taha’a. It has nine bungalows.
Taha’a island itself is scenic, reaching a height of 590m.
It produces up to 80 per cent of French Polynesian vanilla.
It also produces pearls of exceptional quality.
The administrative centre is the settlement of Patio.
Taha’a and its small islets can be reached by boat and outrigger from Raiatea.
These parts of the Society Islands are less modernized, but the resort on Vahine Island is globally regarded as an exclusive getaway.