Monday, July 14, 2008
UNIQUE CRUISE-AND-STAY HONEYMOONER SPECIAL IN TAHITI
Talpacific Holidays have an extra special island-and-cruise honeymoon idea later this year in what is arguably the Pacific's most romantic location – Tahiti.
And not only does it include three nights in Papeete at the InterContinental Tahiti Resort with a Welcome Honeymoon Gift, another in Rangiroa in the outer Tuamotu Archipelago, but as the piece-de-resistance three nights aboard the boutique motor-cruiser Haumana that carries just twelve couples.
While not cruising the placid waters of the vast Rangiroa Lagoon, guests can spend days ashore enjoying guided village walks, strolls on uninhabited beaches, snorkelling over coral reefs, kayaking, swimming, organised fishing excursions… or simply lazing around with a book and the sun-block.
There's even a 4-star beach picnic one day at which tables and chairs are set under palm-frond shades in the waters of a pristine island beach.
An exclusive "honeymooners-only*" price starts from $5249pp ex-Sydney and from $5419pp ex-Melbourne or Brisbane inclusive of return air and taxes, hotels, all return airport transfers within Tahiti, all meals aboard Haumana including wine with lunches and dinners, and shore excursions and activities.
*This 7-night package is valid for travel 24 November to December 8 2008; Guests need to provide a Wedding Certificate and travel within 12-months of their wedding date. Details including costs of honeymooner travel at other times of the year, phone 1300 137 727 or visit www.talpacific.com.au
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