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Inter islands travel
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|Travel to the neighboring islands is short, convenient, and easily arranged. The domestic airlines, Air Tahiti and Air Moorea, are located at Tahiti Faa’a Airport.|
As the major inter-island airline, Air Tahiti serves 47 islands with ATR 72 and 42, Twin Otter and Beechcraft. Flights to the neighboring islands depart from Tahiti Faa’a Airport with frequent daily service between the most visited islands.
Pass Fares give you the opportunity to visit several islands for a special flat price.
There are a few rules which have to be respected, like beginning and ending your island-hop trip in Tahiti, and making your circuit in no more than 28 days. more info
There are 6 Passes available to you that encompass various island groups. Please go directly to the Air Tahiti information page for Passes.
|Between Tahiti and Moorea, Aremiti operates the high-speed Aremiti Catamaran 4 which seats 495 passengers for a 30-minute one-way crossing. For transport of autos and passengers, the Aremiti Ferry crosses in 1 hour. Both have frequent daily schedules from the waterfront in Papeete to Vaiare, Moorea.|
Between Tahiti and Vaiare, Moorea, the Moorea Express catamaran seats 306 passengers for frequent 30-minute crossings and the Moorea Ferry seats 300 passengers plus autos for 1 hour crossings.
Other infrequent inter-island ferries are available but are not recommended as a transportation option for visitors.
These agents are certified by the Tahiti Tourisme Office and all have excellent knowledge of the destination. They will give you the best tailor-made advice to suit your personal holiday requirements whatever they may be.