Partake in a range of unique activities and attractions during your stay at Le Méridien Tahiti. We invite guests to experience recreational activities like kayaking, beach volleyball, snorkeling, swimming and tennis. We also offer yoga and aquaerobic classes; a class schedule is available upon request.
When you're ready to venture out and explore the island of Tahiti, prepare for a once-in-a-lifetime adventure. From memorable cultural activities to thrilling excursions like paragliding, boating, jet-skiing and helicopter tours, there's a bit of something for everyone.
Le Méridien Tahiti welcomes travelers of all ages with a host of family-friendly activities. Enjoy volleyball, snorkeling and swimming in the South Pacific's largest sand-bottom lagoon swimming pool, take an island-wide expedition from the air with a helicopter excursion, embark on a 4x4 safari or dolphin-watch with the kids. Bring along the entire family and make lasting memories on the island of Tahiti.
Le Méridien Tahiti is also proud to showcase an on-site art space called L'Atelier, where guests can get creative and get inspired with a variety of hands-on workshops, openings and exciting exhibitions.
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Although there is no designated Kids Club on site, Le Meridien Tahiti offers dependable babysitting services at a rate of 1500 XPF per child per hour (except during bank holidays, in which the rate is 2000 XPF). Please note that it is recommended that babyitters be booked at least 48 hours in advance. Don't hesitate to contact us with any questions or requests regarding your children's specific needs.
Le Méridien Tahiti is surrounded by a never-ending supply of one-of-a-kind local attractions. Visit the charming town of Papeete, the capital of Tahiti, where there are local marketplaces to explore, as well as art and history museums, botanical flower gardens, animated nightlife and distinctive cultural exhibitions.
Have fun museum-hopping to the Museum of Tahiti and Her Islands, the Black Pearl Museum, the Paul Gauguin Museum and the James Norman Hall Museum. Discover breathtaking flora at the Garden of Matatia and Vaipahi or the Botanical Garden and the Galapagos Tortoises. Get a taste of Tahiti's vibrant culture by learning how to prepare coconut milk or dance the Tahitian dance "Tamure."
For adventuresome travelers, don't miss discovering the Grotto Caves of Mara'a and Matahia Spring while enjoying panoramic views of the lagoon. Visit one of Tahiti's biggest roadside attractions, the Blowhole of Arahoho, after touring the lookout point of Belvedere and the gorgeous black-sand beach of Point Venus. After a busy day exploring, relax on a sunset cruise while you soak in your spectacular surroundings.