If you needed proof that French Polynesia is a family friendly destination, here it is. Reality TV couple Giuliana and Bill Rancic just took their 15-month-old son Duke to the islands over the holiday weekend.
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The holiday season means spending quality time with family. At Tahiti.com, we’re making it easy to enjoy a family getaway in French Polynesia. Today’s featured package is our Bora Bora Family Exclusive, featuring the St. Regis Bora Bora Resort. The best part? Kids fly and stay for free! Read more
Now you can bring the world’s most versatile camera to the world’s most photogenic destination. Consider it our gift to you! We’re offering the latest GoPro® Hero3+ Camera to those that book a qualifying package or custom vacation of seven nights or more including air on award-winning Air Tahiti Nui. Read more
Last year we introduced you to the Bora Bora Liquid Festival and posted ongoing coverage of the event. This year, in partnership with Wandermelon Media, we’re offering six exclusive travel packages to get you there! Each package includes full registration to the 13th annual Liquid Festival, scheduled to take place December 2-8, 2013.
This year marks the 131st Heiva i Tahiti, an annual event that transforms the island into a spectacular celebration of Polynesian culture and dance. They just released the schedule and the performances are set to kick off on Thursday, July 4th at To’ata Square in downtown Papeete, and conclude on Saturday, July 20th. If you’re traveling to Tahiti during this time, we highly encourage you to attend! For more information about the event, check out our coverage from last year. Read more
To say that French-American actor Gilles Marini has a big heart would be an understatement. The loving family man took his wife, Carole, and their two children, Juliana and Georges, to Tahiti and Bora Bora over the Easter holiday to celebrate their 15th wedding anniversary. Super sweet, right? That’s not even the whole story. The devoted philanthropist took time away from his vacation to lend a helping hand to some of the locals in Bora Bora. Read more
Happy Earth Day! Since the purpose of today is to celebrate green initiatives around the world, we thought we’d highlight some of the more eco-friendly resorts in French Polynesia. Many are EarthCheck Certified, meaning they are recognized as leaders in environmental sustainability; but some have even gone above and beyond in their effort to go green.
Tahitian dance, known as Ori Tahiti, is a strong and vibrant tradition in Polynesian culture. This captivating art form has been used for generations to pass on the tales and legends of the islands. If you’ve ever tried to keep up with the tamure (the fast hip-shaking motion), you know just how difficult it is. If you’ve always wanted to learn, here’s your chance! Read more
Happy Easter from Tahiti.com! If you happen to find yourself in Tahiti this holiday, you’re in for a real treat. Easter, like every Sunday morning, is considered a special time for the locals. They attend church dressed in all white—the women wearing lovely hats—and sing beautiful hymns (himenes) for all to hear. Read more