Tahiti is French overseas territory and thus politically belongs to the European Union. This is the right place for those who want to follow a slightly different, exotic French language training.
Language study in Tahiti:
MOUNTAINS, VALLEYS AND BLACK BEACHES
Towering peaks and dense vegetation dominate the landscape in Tahiti. Crystal clear streams draw their way through this area and have eaten deep furrows into the country. Many parts of the island are only accessible by temporary walkways, so you can experience pure nature here. Although white sandy beaches come to mind when one hears the name Tahiti, these are scarcely sown on the island. On the contrary, in the west of the island black sandy beaches prevail, which are in a fascinating contrast to the turquoise water. Tahiti is located on two extinct volcanoes, which have spread their dark basalt rocks everywhere. On the island, you can, of course, also find white sandy beaches like those from a picture book. Most of these, however, were created artificially by hotels, but this does not detract from the exotic scenery.
DANCES, RITUALS AND BLACK TATTOOS
From above, Tahiti looks a bit like a turtle sticking its head out of its shell. Here, visitors will find a rich and vibrant Polynesian culture. Harmonious dances and drum rhythms, mysterious ceremonial sites, exotic crafts and of course tattoos still play a central role. Papeette is the cultural, economic and tourist centre of Tahiti, which is also the capital of French Polynesia. This place is nestled in between lush green hills, where it is a little more hectic than at the rest of the island. The language schools in Tahiti are usually in quieter suburbs of the city or a little further outside. Thus, in a relaxed and laid back atmosphere to learn French and enjoy the nature.