Picturesque only begins to describe the Polynesian islands of Moorea and Tahiti. Think of rugged volcanic hillsides blanketed with lush foliage, a gorgeous contrast to the white powder sand that fringes crystalline water. There’s a reason why the Polynesian islands are such heralded travel destinations. The weather is perpetually warm, nature’s architecture is on full display, and the scenes are idealistic wherever you look.
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There is currently a Tahiti and Moorea special that consist of seven days and five nights. The package is a steal, which includes airfare as well as accommodations.
If you were to book airfare and accommodations separately, prices would usually go for more than $2000. Right now, Pacific Holidays Innovative Tours has a bargain of $1,599 per person including airfare from Los Angeles via Air Tahiti Nui. Initially, the package was $2099, saving you 24%. The $1599 package will be live for a remaining eight days before the regular price is reinstated.
About Air Tahiti Nui. This is a premier airline that connects major international airports to the French Polynesian islands. In-flight entertainment and the live route maps add a touch of luxury you’d expect from a premier airline.
Your Tahiti and Moorea Itinerary
On day one, you will take an hour nonstop flight, courtesy of Air Tahiti Nui. You’ll arrive on the same day, or on the second day if the trip is overnight. You’ll then be transferred to your hotel courtesy of Hotel Tahiti Nui.
On day three, you’ll be given a guided tour of Tahiti. You’ll spend one night and a full day via the circle island tour with a courtesy lunch. The trip will reveal the hidden wonders of Tahiti. On the following day, you’d then be exposed to the magic that is Moorea. Day four and parts of day five and six are augmented with guided tours to explore the island’s peaks and valleys, as well as exposure to the local Polynesian culture at the Tiki Village.
As you wind down on the seven, you’d be given an afternoon transfer from Moorea to the pier, to take a ferry to Tahiti and transferred to the International Airport. You’ll arrive in Los Angeles either on the same day, or the following day.