Tahiti is the highest and largest island in French Polynesia lying close to Mo’orea island. It is located 4,400 kilometres (2,376 nautical miles) south of Hawaii, 7,900 km (4,266 nmi) from Chile, and 5,700 km (3,078 nmi) from Australia.Tahitian cultures included an oral tradition that involved the mythology of gods, such as ‘Oro and beliefs, as well as ancient traditions such as tattooing and navigation. The annual Heivā I Tahiti Festival in July is a celebration of traditional culture, dance, music and sports including a long distance race between the islands of French Polynesia, in modern outrigger canoes Tahiti has some of the best surf spots and waterways in the world. Tahitian cultures included an oral tradition that involved the mythology of gods, such as ‘Oro and beliefs, as well as ancient traditions such as tattooing and navigation. The annual Heivā I Tahiti Festival in July is a celebration of traditional culture, dance, music and sports including a long distance race between the islands of French Polynesia.

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