Tahiti is governed by what country
Tahiti is closet to a country northwest of it called Moorea. Tahiti is also about 2400 miles from the USA state, Hawaii.
No. French Polynesia, of which Tahiti is the largest island, is an overseas country in France, not an overseas department. Therefore, its subdivisions, including Tahiti, are not departments.
It is an Island Country bathed in warm blue seas.
Tahiti was became officially an overseas territory of France in 1957. Tahitians are French citizens and have the civil and political rights of France. In 1998 Tahiti was granted the right by France to rule themselves internally. Tahiti has its own president and assembly, and makes its own budget and laws.
French Polynesia (including the island of Tahiti) is country code +689.
i only know 2 of the. TAHITI NUI and TAHITI ITI Tahiti ni means big Tahiti and Tahiti iti means small Tahiti that's all i know now srry
It's part of the Winward group of French Polynesia.
Tahiti franc is the answer
No, Tahiti is not in Hawaii.
Tahiti, a French Polynesian island, was originally known as Otaheite. Tahiti got the name Tahiti from the European settlers.
It means: Big Tahiti, or Tahiti the great (Greater Tahiti). Tahiti, the island is shaped like an eight, one circle being larger than the other. Hence, Tahiti Nui is the greater of the circles.
No. Tahiti is in the Pacific Ocean.
You spell Tahiti correctly!
Air Tahiti Nui runs a service between Fiji and Tahiti
I think Tahiti is part of Polynesia. Where is Tahiti located, anyway? Whatever.
Inhabitants of Tahiti are Tahitians.
Papeete is the capital of Tahiti.