With the arrival of a great Samoan master, the organization of a mini-festival of traditional French Polynesian tattooing. For the length of ten days, a man from Western Polynesia will be given a full “Pe’a.”
To maintain the sacred and intimate nature of the ceremony, the place will be “tapu” and will be open exclusively to tattoo artists and media. The festival’s goal is to bring traditional tattooing back into the spotlight: Patutiki
DANCE FESTIVAL – HURA TAPAIRU
The Hura Tapairu, like the Heiva I Tahiti, is a traditional dance competition with its own set of regulations, which affects a variety of dance groups, focusing on small troupes and allowing for a great deal of flexibility in choreography, topic, music, and invention. The Hura Tapairu was first organized in 2004 with eight groups, with the number of participants rising to 38 in 2017. More than 800 artists, including dancers, choreographers, musicians, vocalists, and others, are represented by this organization.
The Hura Tapairu offers a chance for groups little known to the general public to create a surprise as has been the case every year.
Maison de la culture
With the end of the year approaching, now is the perfect time to spend a day on your physical and mental well-being. With health and relaxation as the focus, one gets happily whisked away on this one-of-a-kind journey through an agenda of activities that will thrill all five senses.
Massages, baths, and perfumes are all part of this rejuvenation invitation, and there are plenty of pleasant surprises in store for anyone looking for a respite. You are deserving of a reward.
Place : Tahiti
SURFING – TAAPUNA MASTER 2021
SURF tournament with local competitors (open to internationals) over the course of 6 to 8 days, featuring numerous categories: JUNIORS On the first weekend in May, surf for two days/open surf (men and girls) On one of the three weeksends, bodyboard, drop knee, and kneeboard on four days, and bodysurf and surf+40 years old on two days.
Fédération Tahitienne de surf