Visited Countries: French Polynesia
TAHITI, queen of the Pacific
Tahiti is the largest of the 118 islands and atolls that make up French Polynesia. The island of Tahiti is divided into two parts : the larger portion to the northwest is known as Tahiti Nui, while the smaller, south eastern peninsula is known as Tahiti Iti. The capital city of Papeete, is the economic center of French Polynesia. It hosts the government offices, hospitals, banks, airlines and travel agencies, boutiques and black pearl shops. Papeete is a vibrant and multicultural city with busy boulevards and a bustling harbour. The downtown municipal market, “LeMarché”, is an exciting place to purchase all the souvenirs and gifts that French Polynesia has to offer including vanilla beans, monoi oil and colourful pareos. The waterfront is attractive, with a tree lined promenade along a marina with an international yachting community. This waterfront promenade comes to life at night when gourmet food trucks, “Les Roulottes”, open their windows to serve a range of affordable meals including Chinese food, French crepes, steak frites, fresh fish and pizza. Papeete hums with happy sounds in a tropical atmosphere with French flavor and a Tahitian easygoing disposition !
MOOREA, the magical island
Located only ten nautical miles from Tahiti and less than 30 minutes away by ferry are the deep, spectacular bays and white sandy beaches of Moorea. The island is roughly shaped like a heart from overhead; and in the theme of love and romance, Moorea is one of the top honeymoon destinations in Tahiti, second only to Bora Bora. Take in volcanic peaks, reflected in the peaceful waters of Cook’s Bay and Oponohu Bay, lush mountain slopes covered with rain forest or pineapple plantations, and white sandy beaches bordering blue lagoons. The Belvedere Lookout is probably one of the most spectacular lookouts in the world, located between Cook’s and Oponohu Bay. Popular lagoon excursions include snorkeling, paddle boarding, cruising and fishing. During mating season (August to October) we highly recommend a whale watching tour. Another incredible experience is an encounter at the Moorea Dolphin Center, the only natural refuge where you can swim and play with dolphins. Embark on one of the local 4x4 excursions or play golf at the Moorea Green Pearl Golf Course designed by Jack Nicklaus. Visit the Moorea’s Tiki Village for a traditional feast and authentic Polynesian dance show.
Updated February 8, 2021.
|Dates||Airline||Lowest Price||Notes||Regular Price||Details|
|✓ From 18 to 29 july 2021||5199 $||5199 $||View details|
|✓ From 15 to 26 aug. 2021||5199 $||5199 $||View details|
|✓ From 19 to 30 sept. 2021||5199 $||5199 $||View details|
|✓ From 17 to 28 oct. 2021||5199 $||5199 $||View details|
|✓ From 14 to 25 nov. 2021||4849 $||4849 $||View details|
✔ GUARANTEED DEPARTURE MINIMUM 2 PASSENGERS
SUPPLEMENT OVERWATER BUNGALOW IN MOOREA, PAER PERSON FOR THE 6 NIGHTS : $ 510 (APRIL TO NOVEMBER)
SUPPLEMENT OVERWATER PREMIUM BUNGALOW IN MOOREA, PER PERSON, FOR THE 6 NIGHTS : $ 510
SUPPLEMENT EARLY CHECK IN TAHITI: $ 185 PER PERSON
Our price includes :
- International flight from Los Angeles to Papeete in economy class with Air Tahiti Nui
- 3 nights accommodation in Tahiti at the Manava Suite Hotel in a garden studio
- 6 nights accommodation in Moorea at the Manava Beach Resort in a garden bungalow with private pool
- Dinners in Moorea
- Welcome with a traditional Polynesian flower lei • Round trip ferry crossing between Tahiti – Moorea – Tahiti
- All transfers between the airport/ferry and the hotels with English or French assistance
- Airport taxes : $ 280
Our price does not include :
- Flight between Montreal – Los Angeles
- Meals and drinks not mentioned
- Early and late check out (prices available on request)
- Optional excursions
- Tips for guides, drivers and hotel staff
- City tax payable locally per person and per night ± $ 3 Moorea, ± $10 in Tahiti
✈ Our airline contracts do not allow us to make seat selections at any time.