Tahiti in March | Three Exciting Happenings This March

As the saying goes, March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb. But, when it comes to Tahiti in March, there is no lion! This spring, soak up all the lamb-like weather you can get by planning a beautiful and exotic island trip to one of our featured Tahiti resorts. Below are just a few of the activities you can enjoy:

Te Puna o Te Rara’a – 4th edition – Organized by the Te Rara’a Association, this annual fair is an exhibition of art and crafts, including baskets, hats, mats, and fans made by local artists. At this event, you’ll have the opportunity to explore the local culture and even take a piece of it home with you.

International Billfish Tournament – The International Billfish Tournament, which takes place on the 12th of March off the island of Tahiti, combines friendly competition with the sport of fishing. While the event observes the International Game Fish Association (IGFA) rules to preserve the wildlife and marine-bed of the ocean, this won’t stop competitors from hunting down billfish and other deep sea fish! Winners come home with bonuses and/or trophies.

Moorea Golf Pro/Am – If you’re Moorea bound on the 12th and fishing doesn’t strike your fancy, the Moorea Pro/Am is the event for you. This annual golfing tournament, held on the Moorea Green Pearl course, allows golfers to work their way through a full 18 holes with crashing ocean waves and white sand beaches as a backdrop. The Green Pearl also offers lessons for beginners. And, for those who’d prefer to kick back, relax, and enjoy the scenery, the Restaurant Miki Miki is home to delicious French Polynesian cuisine.

In Tahiti, there are always fun adventures at your fingertips, but the month of March offers some especially unique events. With multiple activities on multiple islands, no matter where you are, there is something for you, whether it’s an international fishing or golfing tournament or a local arts and crafts fair. This winter, escape the lion and enjoy a tropical vacation that offers scenic views complete with palm trees and glowing sunsets; it’s an experience that can’t be matched.

For more information on any of these events, please contact one of our Tahiti Travel Specialists.

By | 2012-02-20T10:41:10+00:00 February 20th, 2012|Moorea, Tahiti, Tahiti News, Tahiti Attractions|0 Comments