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Huahine is a lush island that actually consists of two islands connected by a bridge. Agriculture and fishing are the mainstays of this island so it is relatively undeveloped. The islandsí laid back atmosphere encourages visitors to kick back and experience a more traditional Polynesian way of life.

The beaches are unmatched in beauty and offer fantastic snorkeling and scuba diving. The village of Maeva boasts one of the most extensive marae in French Polynesia. Huahine lies 110 miles northwest of Tahiti in the Leeward Society Islands, and is visible from Raiatea, Tahaa and Bora Bora.

society islands - Huahine Accommodations

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