An island in French Polynesia situated in the south of the Pacific Ocean, Tahiti is a high and mountainous island of volcanic origin made up of two sections, Tahiti Nui, the larger part, and Tahiti Iti. It should be noted that French Polynesia brings together 118 islands, of which 76 are inhabited and separated into archipelagos. Tahiti is one of the islands of the la Société archipelago. With a surface area of 647.5 square miles and more than 200 000 inhabitants, Tahiti is the largest and most populous of the French Polynesia islands. A trip to Tahiti will bring you encounters with an incredible landscape.