Nuku Hiva

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About Nuku Hiva
Nuku Hiva is the largest of the Marquesas Islands in French Polynesia, an overseas territory of France in the Pacific Ocean.

Attractions here include Tai o Hae Cathedral, Muake Hill for panoramic views over the harbour and Hakaui waterfalls.

Taipivai Valley is home to temples and large tiki, while the village of Hatiheu is home to the famous Kamuihei and Hikoku sites known for their petroglyphs and ruins.

Other activities here include 4X4 safaris into the valleys, guided hikes into Hakaui Valley and diving in the deep waters with hammerhead, manta rays, and whales.

The beautiful bay of Anaho offers white sands and coconut trees, all surrounded mountains and imposing cliffs.

Famous for intricate woodcarvings, Marquesans apply ancestral designs seen nowhere else. Carved from native woods such as rosewood and purplewood, Marquesan bowls, plates and statues make excellent gifts.

Pork, fish, seafood and goat dishes can be found on menus here.
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