Dinner was split between the three restaurants- Sunset Bar (Sushi and Japanese inspired menu), Fare Hoa (tables in the sand, most varied menu and nightly entertainment) and Arii Moana (fine dining and where we enjoyed our final night on the island). The quality of the meals was wonderful and everything I sampled from the poolside burger to the lobster at Arii Moana was incredible. Let's not even talk about the molten lava cake with vanilla ice cream-plan to add a few extra pounds while you're here, even with the array of active excursions.
It took a year of planning for a week of adventure, but these memories will stay with us for a lifetime!
The islands of Tahiti are a destination that some visit annually, opting to go between two islands or even cruise between several islands to get a more varied experience. Tahiti and Moorea have diverse landscapes for beginner to advanced hikers and also offer golfing options (Tahiti has the Olivier Breaud International Course which is part of the Australian PGA circuit and Moorea has a Jack Nicklaus-designed course). Tetiaroa is Marlon Brando's private island and home to the ultra-private The Brando resort which showcases its sustainability efforts. All islands offer incredible diving opportunities and Tahaa is not only the "vanilla island" but offers some of the best sailing anywhere.