In the beautiful Tahiti, there are several distinctive black beaches, the most famous of which is Cape Venus Beach, which is also the observation point of Venus. The beach here is the most beautiful black beach in Tahiti, which is caused by the sea washed by volcanic rocks. It was named Cape Venus Beach by James Cook. Although it looks dirty on the beach, I actually walked on the beach without any dirt on my feet and it was very clean. The lighthouse is at the corner.
The Venus Observation Point and the lighthouse are the northernmost point of Tahiti. It is said that the area with the red head cut is the best place to observe Venus with the naked eye. The lighthouse is a sign for navigating ships. It is very quiet and it feels like you are in the sky. The end.
You really want to come here when the weather is good, the sea and sky are spectacular. The lighthouse is actually very early, in a small protruding area at the northernmost tip of the island, you can find it at the end of the drive. The lighthouse can be climbed to the top for free. At the top, you can see the endless deep blue sea. You can also see an island on the right. The sea view is really magnificent, and you will feel small.
Came here by chartered car, and listened to the driver's introduction that this was the place where Captain Cook watched the stars, and then a lighthouse was built. I drove along the coastline along the way, and the scenery on the road was amazing. When I came to the lighthouse, there was a coconut grove below, and the tower became more white under the blue sky. After reaching the top, you can overlook the Pacific Ocean. The sea is blue, and the sea and sky in the distance are as beautiful as the sky.
It is said that this is the only white lighthouse in Tahiti. We came here, boarded the lighthouse, and looked out at the beautiful and magnificent bay. One thing that must be said is that when you come here, you need to pay attention to the fact that the lighthouse and Venus Black Beach are close at hand, and the fork road is not marked, so you can prepare to turn at the position of the coastal road PK10.