The most beautifully colored underwater life
This tropical paradise has been sculpted over thousands of years by volcanic eruptions that create a constantly changing landscape both above and below the water.
Polynesia is a subregion of Oceania, made up of over 1,000 islands scattered over the central and southern Pacific Ocean. The indigenous people who inhabit the islands of Polynesia are termed Polynesians and they share many similar traits including language, culture and beliefs. Historically, they were experienced sailors and used stars to navigate during the night.
The term "Polynesia" was first used in 1756 by French writer Charles de Brosses, and originally applied to all the islands of the Pacific. In 1831, Jules Dumont d'Urville proposed a restriction on its use during a lecture to the Geographical Society of Paris.
Water temperatures throughout the year range from 24-28°C (60-82°F), with January-March being the warmest months and July-November the coolest. The cooler waters bring forth migrating humpback whales and the spawning of marbled groupers, with June / July / August being the optimum time to see them in large numbers.
Just say the words “French Polynesia” and what springs to mind are a plethora of small islands with stunning white beaches, surrounded by crystal clear warm water.
Such beauty is overwhelming and a dream come true
We explore the beautiful underwater world of French Polynesia during the top peak of the spawning groupers. A fantastic nature phenomena which attracts schools of big fish and sharks. But also island hopping, snorkeling and much more !