Sunday, May 16, 2010
IMMERSE YOURSELF IN BORA BORA
Bora Bora, Tahiti is one of the most desired locations in the world and is synonymous with indulgence and luxury.
Now, Air Tahiti Nui and Elegant Resorts and Villas are offering the opportunity to experience the opulence of the island at the Four Seasons Bora Bora Resort and Spa.
This offer starts from $5695 per person and includes return Economy Class flights from Sydney to Papeete with Air Tahiti Nui, five nights at the Four Seasons in the Beachview Overwater Bungalow with breakfast and dinner daily and two nights accommodation at the InterContinental Resort Tahiti.
The Four Seasons Bora Bora is the newest addition to the island and delivers a true Polynesian experience to those who want their every need catered for, with privacy and comfort a priority.
Each Beachview Overwater Bungalow features views to the white sands, large glass ceiling and floor panels to take in the sun, watch the moonlight sparkle or gaze at the ocean life, and spacious rooms that effortlessly open to the private terrace with chaise lounges, lagoon access and outdoor shower.
New to the Four Seasons is "The Navigator" 48 seater catamaran, which takes lavishness to another level, navigating the turquoise lagoon effortlessly and in style.
The package can also be upgraded to Business Class flights for a total $7695 per person.
Packages are limited at these prices and some conditions apply. Bookings must be made by 30 June, for travel until 12 December 2010
Air Tahiti Nui has been named Best Pacific Airline for the past seven years in the prestigious global StarTrax Awards for airline excellence. For more information about Air Tahiti Nui visit www.airtahitinui.com.au.
To book this indulgent package call Elegant Resorts and Villas on (02) 8270 4850 or visit www.elegantresorts.com.au for more information.
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