Open Road's Asia/pacific travel guides are just getting revved up. We have one book to this region so far, but it's our best-selling guide and is often referred to as the "bible of Tahitian travel!"
Click on the title if you want to purchase from amazon.com, at a great discount!
By Jan Prince
Amazon Price: $14.56
At 632 pages, Open Road’s best-selling travel guide is fully updated with new hotels, restaurants, cruises and activities. Includes 20 maps plus a beautiful new color photo insert section. Readers will find complete coverage of Tahiti, Moorea, Bora Bora, Huahine, Tetiaroa, Maupiti, Rangiroa, Raiatea, Tahaa, Tikehau, Manihi, and the Outer Islands. Find out which cruise option is best, where the great scuba diving is, whale and dolphin watching, where to go for the tastiest Tahitian feasts, unique places to stay, and much more!
NOW AVAILABLE AS AN E-BOOK! For just $9.99, get the e-book version at Amazon's Kindle store (click here to order), or in the Nook store (click here to order), or in Apple's iBooks store (search by entering "Tahiti & French Polynesia Guide").
"The best guidebook on Tahiti ever published ... This is a must-read, especially while deciding where to go and stay. It has a lot more information than other books, overall. There are many intimate details, including a lot of personal recommendations." – amazon.com reviews
"Even after 18 years of travel to French Polynesia and familiarity with the basics of the trip, we find ourselves referring to Jan Prince's guide several times every visit -- she has included SO many useful details, recently updated, and it has always been helpful! Having it now in e-book form will be great! – TripAdvisor review
"Jan Prince is the "go to" person for information on travel to French Polynesia. French Polynesia is ever changing. Her 6th edition contains the most up to date information available. This is a well written, comprehensive guide to practically everything available for travel to French Polynesia. This book is highly recommended (actually, a necessity!) for first time visitors, and a good update for those continuing their travels there." – Barnes & Noble review