Tahiti, French Polynesia

Smoking tolerance level [1= very illegal 5=virtually legal]: 3

Legislation: Marijuana and Hashish and any related action (buying, selling, growing, smoking), are a criminal offence imposing a penalty of two months to one year in jail in addition to a fine of 56 EUR to 1680 EUR.

Law Enforcement: Keep in mind that the police may arrest you for any soft drug related activity. They may also look away, but there are fair chances of getting into trouble. The courts are a bit more forgiving, and tend to release small amount private users with a warning.

Just don’t look obviously stoned or smoking and you’ll be cool.

Where to buy Marijuana in Tahiti: The best place would be actually not on Tahiti but “Raiatea” on Uturoa’s side of the island 40 min by airplane for 130 bucks (good plan if you are staying in a discreet hotel) and it will take a day on boat for 30 bucks but the trip is not recommended and i mean not recommended (don’t do it unless you are only there for this) Here you will get any kind (and I mean any kind: ultrahaze ,bubble, skunk, whitewidow, northernlight, amnesia etc …) just ask when you get there to young Tahitians (12 to 19 years old) where to find some weed, pakalolo, cannabis.

I can’t say any names but there are big producers over there that i know, just ask some fellas with caps, and red eyes are a good sign !

You can deal any quantity and the price is negotiable, when the amount is real high, like a 100gr would be 1000euro…

If you’re in TAHITI well there is the

- bridge next to the commercial center “Carrefour” in Punauiaa, also in front of it ” Master Price” opposite from Carrefour and a little on the right of the building a lot of kids on bicycle and group of teens just ask them!!

also there’s next to the university ,isep, you’ll see dark cars circling around: if it those it twice make yourself noticeable or wait a little the dealer may park his car next to you…

-If you’re desperate don’t worry there is the ultimate spot in faaa next to the airport on the left when you leave it goes from “Pharmacie de Faaa” to “Heirii district”, and when you get to the pharmacy which is really close from the airport, start asking teens and kids on bikes and keep asking till you get to heirii ” you won’t miss, on the way try getting threw weary alleys with teens if you’re brave enough and damn desperate (some are racist! IT’S you’re play) you can buy in front of the carrefour supermarket at west coast at the bus stop.

Prices: about 20 Euro a gram

More Information: The locals smoke something called Pakalolo. It doesn’t smell like Marijuana when you sniff the green herb, but it does get you high. There are joint butts everywhere in the streets. You will notice many Tahitians with a slight tinge to the whites of their eyes, so I think they are smoking it a lot.

  • 987

    good review but you can get much it much cheaper if you go on other islands like Huahine or Tahaa, only thing it is hard to find the producers, you got to ask people.
    In Tahiti the average is 10 euros for 1 gram (they sell it in match boxes for 40 euros, around 3-4-5 grams per box, you’ve got to check). In the smaller islands it can go down to 15 euros for the 5 gram box if you’re lucky!

  • Olympic Smoker

    Hey I just came back from Tahiti/Bora Bora and found some great smokes there. As there are tips on where to find the goods in Tahiti above, I’d like to tell you where you can score in the island of Bora Bora. If you come out the Intercontinental Le Moana Bora Bora resort, there will be a road along the beach which leads to Matira Point. (If you’re heading towards the super market, north, you’re going the wrong way.) Along this road you will notice some natives just hanging around. They didn’t speak any English but they understood ‘pakalolo’ right away and offered me samples to smoke. We communicated by writing on the ground the price and such with a stick. (around 40 euros for a matchbox tightly packed with some quality smokes. They were very proud of the quality of the goods grown there) The natives are ultra friendly so don’t be shy to ask around locals hanging around the beach. (I scored on my second try – even if they don’t have anything they will just giggle.)