Beside above, is Tahiti a 3rd world country? Tahiti is not a 3rd World Country but has higher wages that the US and is more comparable to France (one of the reasons why its such an expensive place to visit).
One may also ask, what is Tahiti famous for?
Jewel in the crown of French Polynesia. Top peoples deluxe honeymoon destination. Tahiti is one of those lush tropical islands you read about in kiddies adventure novels, a Mutiny on the Bounty-style Eden of coconuts, pearls and bikinis. Tahiti is to be found in the Windward group of the Society Islands.
Is Tahiti the same as French Polynesia?
Tahiti and Her Islands, otherwise known as French Polynesia, are unlike any set of islands in the world. Here are 25 interesting facts about Tahiti and Her Islands. Tahiti and Her Islands covers over two million square miles of the South Pacific Ocean and is comprised of five great archipelagos with 118 islands.