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Island Groups in Polynesia

Information about the island groups in Polynesia.

Austral Islands
The Austral Islands are located several hundred miles south of Tahiti on the Tropic of Capricorn and they are the southern-most island group in Polynesia. The group includes five islands, four of which has small hotels and guest houses, Rurutu, Tubuai, Raivavae, and Rapa. Therre are two island groups in the Austral Islands: the Tubuai Islands (Tubuai, Raivavae, Rimatara, Rurutu, and Maria Island) and the Bass Islands (Rapa and Marotini)

Marquesas Islands

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