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7 day journey - Nuku Hiva - Hiva Oa

Walk on the Wild Side

The landscape of the Marquesas alternates between waterfalls, desert plateaus and black-sand bays. The waterfalls are so high that most of the falling water evaporates as it descends. To explore this rugged and primitive terrain is to discover a land that only small numbers of privileged people ever have the opportunity to visit. The isolation of these islands has created an immense pride among the Marquesans and a fascinating culture. Many traditional Polynesian art forms originated here. The locals have safeguarded the ancient techniques of tattoo artistry, sculpture and woodcarving. Every four years, Nuku Hiva hosts the Marquesas Arts Festival, a celebration of the renowned artistic talent and deeply rooted traditions of these proud people. The islands are also home to many archaeological sites including stone temples, large tiki statues and ancient petroglyphs.

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Price from £2,215 per person based on two sharing, including 3 Nights at Hotel Nuku Hiva Keikahanui Pearl Lodge in Bayview Bungalow with Half Board, 3 Nights at Hotel Hiva Oa Hanakee Pearl Lodge in Ocean View Bungalow with Half Board, all excursions as described, Atuona Museum & Puamau entrance fees, all transfers by 4-wheel drive and domestic flights from Papeete. International flights are additional.
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“What I love about The Islands of Tahiti, is there is more than just stunning lagoons and overwater bungalows. There's a wild side you’ll want to explore. Take a 4x4 safari through lush rainforests, visit nearby waterfalls or take a guided hike around Bora Bora's Mount Otemanu. If you've only been to Tahiti, Mo’orea or Bora Bora, you're just getting started. To really head off the beaten track, hop to the more remote islands that ooze Polynesian culture.” Melissa MacSween, Tahiti travel specialist
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