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Can I bring food into French Polynesia?

Bring food Since this is French Polynesia, baguettes and cheese, pates, deli meats and fruit are all available and not too expensive in local grocery stores (still more expensive than the US) and can be added to what you brought for a nice beach picnic lunch.

Can I bring nuts to French Polynesia?

Restricted items for arrivals into French Polynesia List of the main restricted items: Fresh fruit, dried fruit and nuts.

Is tap water safe to drink in Tahiti?

Drinking water: You can drink tap water in Tahiti, Moorea and Bora Bora and in all the international resorts. It is usually fine in family hotels and in the other islands but we recommend that you ask your hosts for confirmation.

Are there spiders in Tahiti?

There are no snakes or poisonous spiders in Tahiti, only mosquitoes and the small sand fly known as the no-no.

What is Tahitian Hello?

We've collected some words and phrases that are commonly used in Tahiti: Hello – Ia Orana (yo-rah-nah) Welcome – Maeva (mah-yeh-vah)

Where is the clearest bluest water in the world?

20 Bluest Waters In the World

What is the clearest ocean water?

The Weddell Sea, Antarctic Peninsula The Weddell Sea has been claimed by scientists to have the clearest waters of any ocean in the world.

Why is Caribbean sand so white?

The rich, creamy-white beaches that are the trademark of the Caribbean islands are usually a mix of two kinds of sand: the ivory-colored calcareous variety (the broken-down skeletal remains of dead corals) and black, brown, or gray detrital sand (the result of the weathering of the island's rock).

What are the 7 Seven Seas?

The Seven Seas include the Arctic, North Atlantic, South Atlantic, North Pacific, South Pacific, Indian, and Southern oceans. The exact origin of the phrase 'Seven Seas' is uncertain, although there are references in ancient literature that date back thousands of years.

Who owns Caribbean islands?

The United States has two territories in the Caribbean – these are the United States Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico. The United States won and annexed Puerto Rico in the Spanish and American war of 1899 (along with Guam and the Philippines as well as establishing a strong presence in Cuba).

Which is the richest country in the Caribbean?

The Bahamas The very richest island in the Caribbean? With a GDP per capita income of 33, 516, it's the Bahamas. This stable, developing nation is not only the richest country in the West Indies, but it also has the 14th highest nominal GDP in North America.

What currency does the Caribbean use?

Central banks and currencies of the Caribbean

Which Caribbean islands are not countries?

The island regions of Martinique, Guadeloupe and the BES islands are not included here because they are not technically dependent territories of the countries mentioned, instead being integrated areas of France and the Netherlands respectively.

Which is the most unspoilt Caribbean island?

Nevis

What is the most secluded island in the Caribbean?

Parrot Cay – Turks & Caicos.
Guana Island – British Virgin Islands.
Renaissance Island – Aruba.
Little Cayman Island.
Nevis.
Saba.
Dominica.
Isla Holbox, Mexico.

What is the cheapest and safest Caribbean island to live?

5 Caribbean islands where it's affordable to live

Which Caribbean island has the best beaches for 2022?

These Are The Best Caribbean Beaches As Of 2022

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