What travelers say about Tahiti
With a population of 169,674 inhabitants, Tahiti is one of the most populated islands of French Polynesia. The northwestern part of Tahiti is known as Tahiti Nui (big Tahiti) and is mostly isolated; the southeastern part is known as Tahiti Iti (small Tahiti) and is densely populated with a well-established infrastructure.
May to October witnesses the dry winter season, with minimal rainfall. Summers in Tahiti last from November to April, ... More with considerable rainfall and storms.
The government offices, police headquarters, hospitals and clinics, banks, telecommunications center, airline and travel agencies, boutiques and black pearl shops are in the capital city, Papeete.
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