Fatu Hiva Island

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Fatu Hiva is the most remote island of the Marquesas archipelago. It receives most rain annually in French Polynesia and as a result mangoes, bananas, oranges and lemons thrive on the slopes of the island. The other vegetation on Fatu Hiva is also lush.

The people on Fatu Hiva retain most of their traditional customs and culture and some of the finest artisans in the Marquesas can be found there.

Fatu Hiva can only be reached by boat, but the island is rarely visited by one, so you'll need to arrange your own transportation if you want to visit it. Accommodation can be arranged on Fatu Hiva. The island is 1405 km northeast of Papeete.


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