Sunday, July 25, 2010
PICK YOUR TAHITIAN ISLAND
Now you can experience these through a new range of special packages introduced by Air Tahiti Nui and Tahiti Travel Connection.
The four packages feature return Economy Class fares with Air Tahiti Nui, "meet and greet" with lei on arrival, land transfers, five nights accommodation on an island of your choice and free breakfast and dinner daily. There's also a free upgrade to the next room category, one night on arrival in a standard room at the Manava Suite Resort and one night in a standard room at Hotel Tahiti Nui on departure.
Manihi Memories: The Manihi Pearl Beach Resort, on picturesque Manihi Island, is priced from $3020 per person ex Sydney and Melbourne, or $3040 per person ex Brisbane. The idyllic sapphire waters are mere footsteps away from your authentic Polynesian beach bungalow.
Huahine Heaven: The Te Tiare Beach Resort is only accessible by boat and this ride sets the scene for a magical stay. Packages start from $3065 per person ex Sydney and Melbourne, or $3085 from Brisbane.
French Flair: For those who prefer a touch of luxury, Le Taha'a Island Resort & Spa Package is for you. Priced from $4250 per person ex Sydney & Melbourne $4270 per person ex Brisbane this resort blends luxury and authentic Polynesian culture perfectly.
Kaleidoscope of Colours: The Tikehau Pearl Beach Resort rests atop stunning pink sand beaches. Priced from $3585 per person ex Sydney and Melbourne, and $3605 ex Brisbane, this oval-shaped haven features some of the bluest lagoons in French Polynesia!
Packages are valid for travel between 01 November and 31 December 2010, and are based on low season pricing- some conditions apply.
To book one of these fantastic deals contact Tahiti Travel Connection on 1300 858 305 or visit www.tahititravel.com.au/Packages/2010/general/index.asp.
Flights to the tropical islands of Tahiti are with multi award winning Air Tahiti Nui, the international airline of Tahiti and her islands. For more information about Air Tahiti Nui visit www.airtahitinui.com.au.
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