Primo Network Adventures, a trusted leader in the travel industry, brings eager vacationers to the stunningly gorgeous islands of French Polynesia.

Primo Network Adventures loves to offer these excellent bucket list destination tips

These islands in the South Pacific offer travelers a rare opportunity to witness the untouched beauty of nature, while still enjoying all the modern amenities of travel. It’s an opportunity that should not be passed up.
Of course, the most famous destination in French Polynesia is the island of Tahiti, and as Primo Network Adventures notes, deservedly so. The largest island in the area, Tahiti is world-renowned for its stunning tropical beauty and unique white- and black-sand beaches. For travelers headed to Tahiti, there are many attractions and points of interest to see.

Primo Network Adventures recommends spending a day at Point Venus, a spectacular black sand beach on the northern end of the island.

The historic landing spot of such famous explorers as Captain Cook and Captain Bligh, at Point Venus volcanic ash, mixes with the sand to give it its signature dark hue, providing beach-goers with a truly unique experience.

Luxury hotel vacation by Primo Network Adventures

And while they’re their beach-goers should make sure to check out the Point Venus Lighthouse.

This colonial-style lighthouse, initially built-in 1868, and still active today is a charming slice of history.

Primo Network Adventures also recommends visitors to Tahiti take the time to see the Cascades de Faatumai, even near Tahiti’s north coast. This series of three spectacular waterfalls surrounded by verdant rain-forest is an impressive sight to behold, and well worth spending a day exploring.
Primo Network Adventures also highly recommends travelers to French Polynesia visit the island of Moorea, just west of Tahiti.

Famous for its jagged mountain peaks are rising out of the tropical forests, and the crystal clear waters of its bays, catching sight of Moorea for the first time is like finding a glimpse of the distant past.

Tahiti resort by Primo Network Adventures

The pristine natural beauty of the island can almost feel unreal. Arthur Frommer of the famous Frommer’s travel guide once called Moorea the most beautiful island in the world, and Holidays Lounge tends to agree with that statement.

Heading north from Moorea travelers will find the island of Bora Bora, another tropical paradise recommended by Primo.

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