Video: Going Local in Tahiti, Part 3: Tahitian Cuisine


This is the third and final post in video contributor Kelley Ferro’s three-part video series on Tahiti. Part one is here, and part two is here.

Tahitian cuisine is fresh, local and (often) a totally unique experience. As a home of clean waters and tropical jungles, the islands of Tahiti offer a variety of delicious fish dishes and an abundances of fresh fruits. In the video above, Bronwyn Hodge of Goway Travel takes us behind the scenes to see what’s required to create tour itineraries that showcase the best food offerings. She highlights a variety of locations, like a Tahitian vanilla plantation, a moonshine distillery and—my favorite—a motu picnic, which entails setting up a table at the water’s edge of your own private island.  

 


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Kelley Ferro
Kelley is an award-winning TV personality, experienced travel journalist & social media influencer. Obsessed with world travel (and Indiana Jones) since childhood, she parlayed that passion into her career, starting at 19 as a National Geographic intern. She went on to be the Director of Tripfilms.com, and now she is the producer & host of several web series, which feature hotels, tours and destinations across the globe. Her shows focus on the local experience, the world’s best hotels and the best in every destination. Join her on her jetsetting adventures via , or her .

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