This evening we have published our first of two hiking reports from the island of Bora Bora. This first report covers the summit hike to Mount Pahia (2,169 feet in elevation). This was one of the most anticipated hikes of our trip and it truly delivered with some of the best views we have ever seen. It was also an incredibly challenging hike from beginning to end. The report on Mount Pahia is now available by clicking on the link below or by following the link now posted on the Introduction Page of the site.
The third hiking report from our trip to French Polynesia has now been released. This new report documents a hike up to Maupiti’s highest point – Mount Teurafaatiu. It was definitely an all-time favorite hike and I have added some bonus pictures at the end of some of the views of the mountain from various spots on Maupiti along with some of my favorite snorkeling photographs. The new report can be viewed by visiting the Introduction Page on the site and looking under the South Pacific section. Or, you can click on the link below.
As a follow-up to our first report, the second report also covers a hike in the same area on the island of Tahiti. This hike visits Lower Fautaua Fall. This hike is completely different and unique in comparison to the first hike (although they do share the same first 2 miles of trail). It was quite a challenging and beautiful hike. I’m sure you will really enjoy this report (as well as the first one released) if you appreciate the beauty of waterfalls. There is a link now posted on the Introduction Page under the South Pacific section and you can also read the report by clicking on the link below.
This evening, we have released the first of our 7 brand new reports which document hikes in French Polynesia. This first hike took place on Tahiti and visited Fautaua Waterfall. The report features wildflowers, plants, scenery along the trail, waterfall views, and the beautiful area above the top of the waterfall. The report can be found on the Introduction Page under the South Pacific section. You can also read the new report by clicking on the link below.