Tahiti

Pape'ete is the place to shop for everything from the hippest Tahitian shirt to souvenirs such as pareos, Marquesan carved bowls, ukuleles, baskets, woven hats, tikis, and monoi oil, which are all available in the public market. There are plenty of boutiques along Boulevard Pomare and in Centre Vaima and Fare Tony, and dozens of pearl shops, which seem to never close. Galleries have exquisite wooden items and paintings. There is little outside the capital, save for a few stores in local shopping malls and the museum gift shops on the west coast.

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  • 1. Robert Wan Pearl Museum (Musee de la Perle)

    Pape'ete | Jewelry & Watches

    This lovely museum also has a retail section where you can purchase single pearls and jewelry (necklaces range from 130,000 to 500,000 CFP)...Read More

  • 2. Tahiti Pearl Market

    Pape'ete | Jewelry & Watches

    This huge four-story market claims to have the largest selection of black pearls in French Polynesia with more 150,000 loose pearls on show...Read More

  • 3. Tahitian Pearls

    Pape'ete | Jewelry & Watches

    Tahia Collins is another big name in the pearl business. The former beauty queen's boutique is across the road from the cruise dock. Free transfers...Read More

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