A language study trip to Tahiti is an exotic alternative to France. On this far-away island in the southern Pacific Ocean, you can learn French and enjoy life in warmer climes.
MOUNTAINS, VALLEYS AND BLACK BEACHES
Towering peaks and dense vegetation dominate the landscape in Tahiti. Crystal-clear streams have carved deep furrows into the land. Many parts of the island are only accessible via temporary walkways, so you are guaranteed to experience nature at its best on a language study trip to Tahiti. As this is a volcanic island, the sandy beaches that fringe the shoreline are mostly black in colour. Tahiti is located on two extinct volcanoes that once scattered their dark basaltic rock over the entire island, creating a fascinating contrast to the surrounding turquoise-blue waters. The island is also home to a number of picture-postcard, white sandy beaches. Most of these are man-made beaches created by hotels, but this in no way detracts from the exotic landscape.
DANCING, RITUALS AND TATTOOS
During a language study trip to Tahiti, you will experience rich and vibrant Polynesian culture. Dancing to the beat of drums, mysterious ceremonial sites, exotic crafts and tattoos still play a central role in Tahitian life. Papeete is Tahiti's cultural, business and tourist centre, and is also the capital of French Polynesia. It is nestled between lush green hills and the pace of life here is slightly more hectic than on the rest of the island. Our language school in Tahiti is situated in a small town on the other side of the island. Here you can learn French in a relaxed atmosphere while enjoying the natural setting.