An Introduction to Tahiti with French Polynesia with James Grant-Peterkin

An Introduction to Tahiti with French Polynesia with James Grant-Peterkin


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Join us for some island-hopping as we explore an iconic tropical paradise. Together we will contextualize the history of one of the most stunning archipelagos on our planet, as well as divulge the top travel tricks for visitors to the 'Pearl of the Pacific'. Tahiti is, in fact, just one of the 118 islands that make up French Polynesia but offers first-time travelers the best opportunity to experience the full marvels of this nation of islands. 

Few places on earth have captured the imagination of travelers across the ages as the mythical island of Tahiti. The first European explorers to the region thought that they had discovered paradise on earth, and many were reluctant to ever leave. Up until 1880, the islands were originally their own royal kingdom, but are now considered to be a semi-autonomous territory of France. 

Led by an expert in Eastern Polynesia history and culture, James Grant-Peterkin, this interactive seminar will give you all the information you need to make the very most of your visit. Designed to inform curiosity as well as future travels, participants will come away with an increased understanding of this hidden South Pacific gem.

James Grant-Peterkin is a graduate of Cambridge University and is the British Honorary Consul on Easter Island. He has been studying Polynesian culture, linguistics, and archaeology for over 20 years, most of those while living on Easter Island itself, and is author of the guidebook “A Companion to Easter Island”. He has lectured extensively on Eastern Polynesia, both on cruise ships and at educational institutions worldwide.

This conversation is suitable for all ages

90 minutes, including a 30 minute Q&A.

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