Bora Bora Honeymoons

Here are some sample Tahiti and Bora Bora honeymoon packages. We can arrange your honeymoon in any number of combinations of islands and lengths of stay.  For one unique package we recently put together check out the Tahiti Pearl Honeymoon.  Click here for travelers’ information about Tahiti  or for passport and visa requirements.Click here for more on Bora Bora vacations and a look at some of the top resorts.

Book before Feb. 28, 2005 and receive $200 – $250 off per couple.

Exotic Honeymoon – Bora Bora & Tahiti vacation packages – 7 days
Departs Daily – $3330 – Per Person, Double Occupancy.  (Bora Bora & Tahiti packages start as low as $1389 per person.  The one shown here is one of our favorites.)

From your overwater bungalow at Le Meridien Bora Bora, you have spectacular views of Mt. Otemanu.

Day 1 Los Angeles/Tahiti
Leave this afternoon for Tahiti–the ultimate honeymoon destination. Arrive this evening where a South Seas greeting of fragrant flower leis and traditional songs welcomes you. Overnight at Le Meridien Hotel.

 

Day 2-6 Bora Bora
Enjoy a leisurely breakfast at your hotel in Tahiti before returning to the airport for your mid-morning flight to beautiful Bora Bora. Check into your overwater bungalow at Le Meridien Bora Bora and get ready for five fabulous days of unforgettable experiences. Swim with the reef sharks and watch them being hand fed. Enjoy daily breakfasts and dinners at the hotel. Spend time doing things you’ve always dreamed of, or doing absolutely nothing at all. There’s no more romantic place on earth to do it.

 

Day 7 Tahiti
Late this afternoon return to Tahiti. Your romantic rendezvous ends tonight as you board your Air Tahiti Nui flight for California. Arrive in Los Angeles mid-morning.

* Seasonal air and land supplements apply. Ask for details at time of booking. Air fare supplements apply for Air Tahiti Nui flights on Friday and Saturday.

Air fares are subject to change without prior notice. Prior to sending final payment, please request an air fare update.

Prices are per person, share. Rates, itinerary, conditions and availability subject to change. Not included: U.S. departure tax. For full details, with complete terms and conditions,

 

Your Vacation Includes
 

Air fare from Los Angeles on Air Tahiti Nui
Inter-island transport by air
1 night Tahiti–Le Meridien Hotel, Lagoon View Room
5 nights Bora Bora–Le Meridien Hotel, Overwater Bungalow
Room tax and VAT
6 breakfasts
5 dinners
Shark feeding excursion on Bora Bora
Welcome flower lei
Traditional farewell shell lei
All transfers and baggage handling

Special Honeymoon Features

Bottle of wine on Tahiti
Pareo and T-shirt on Bora Bora
Bottle of champagne on Bora Bora
The Ultimate Experience
Upgrade to Air Tahiti Nui Business Class, add $2150 per person.

 

Polynesian Treasures – Moorea & Bora Bora – 7 days
Departs Sunday – $3995 – Per Person – Tour Code: TLH-BP3

 

 

Day 1 Los Angeles/Tahiti/ Moorea
Depart this afternoon on your flight bound for the most beautiful islands in the world. Less than eight hours later, and voila, you’re in Tahiti… the ultimate South Seas destination. Following a traditional Tahitian welcome, fly to Moorea, an island of emerald peaks, palm-shaded beaches, and spectacular lagoons.

 

Day 2-3 Moorea
You’ll discover the beauty of Moorea as you drive around the island and into the lush, hidden valleys. Join the snorkeling excursion to the motu where you can swim among the multi-colored fish in the crystal clear lagoon. Travel back in time to Polynesia of yesteryear when you visit Tiki Village. Celebrate the tama’ara’a feast of island foods and a spectacular Polynesian dance show. Relax at the hotel’s H�l�ne Spa and enjoy a spa experience.

 

Day 4-6 Bora Bora
Bid farewell to Moorea this morning and fly to Bora Bora, undoubtedly the most famous island in Polynesia. No visit is complete without the exhilarating shark feeding excursion where you’ll watch Tahitian divers hand feed black-tip sharks. Enjoy a 4×4 Jeep Safari one afternoon. We’ve included dinner at the famous Bloody Mary’s Restaurant and a romantic farewell candlelight dinner, under the stars, at the hotel’s Noa Noa Restaurant, complete with French champagne and wedding cake.
Day 7 Bora Bora/Tahiti
Board your return flight to Tahiti late today. Tonight, depart these romantic islands aboard your non-stop Air Tahiti Nui flight.

 

 

Day 8 Los Angeles
Arrive in Los Angeles mid-morning.

*High season supplement: Jun 1-Oct 31 add $460 per couple; Dec 14-31 add 295 per couple. Bora Bora discounts apply Jan 1-Jun 30.

Your Honeymoon Includes

Air fare from Los Angeles on Air Tahiti Nui
Inter-island flights
3 nights Moorea– Inter-Continental Resort, Beach Suite Bungalow
3 nights Bora Bora– Inter-Continental Le Moana Resort, Beach Suite Bungalow
Snorkeling at the motu on Moorea
H�l�ne Spa experience on Moorea
Rental car on Moorea (8 hours)
4×4 Jeep Safari on Bora Bora
Shark feeding excursion on Bora Bora
6 breakfasts, including 2 special room-service breakfasts
3 dinners, including:
Tiki Village dinner show on Moorea
Dinner at Bloody Mary’s on Bora Bora
Romantic farewell candlelight dinner on Bora Bora

Special Honeymoon Features

Champagne and canapes on Moorea
Bouquet of tropical flowers on Moorea and Bora Bora
Pareo for the bride and T-shirt for the groom on Moorea
Flower lei and flower hei on Bora Bora
Champagne on Bora Bora
Professional keepsake photograph on Bora Bora
The Ultimate Romantic Touch
Upgrade to an Overwater Suite Bungalow:

Moorea $540
Bora Bora fm $390
Bora Bora Beachcomber from $300

Travel Tips

 

Location
Just 7 1/2 hours non-stop flying time from Los Angeles, French Polynesia is located midway between California and Australia.

 

Climate
Polynesia enjoys warm, tropical weather year ’round, with two main seasons. The months from November through March are warmer and humid. A drier season runs from April to October. The average year-round temperature is 78oF, and the average water temperature is in the low 80s.

 

Time Difference
Two hours behind Pacific Standard Time, Tahiti is in the same time zone as Hawaii.

 

Entry Requirements
U.S. and Canadian citizens require a valid passport. Citizens of all other countries should check with their travel agent or the French Consulate. No immunizations are required.

 

Electrical Equipment
Electric voltage is 220v, and most hotels have 110v outlets for electric razors. A converter/adapter kit will generally be needed for other appliances.

 

No Taxes or Tipping!
There are no sales taxes or other hidden service charges in French Polynesia. Tipping is not customary, and is actually contrary to the Tahitian idea of hospitality. This represents savings to you when compared with other destinations.

 

Dress
Comfortable and cool, natural fabrics such as cotton sundresses or T-shirts make perfect daytime wear. Slacks and a golf shirt for men, and light dresses and resort wear for women are appropriate evening wear. Shorts, bathing suits and the local pareo, a sarong-like wraparound garment, are the ideal daytime wear on the outer islands. Be sure to pack reef walkers or old tennis shoes for walking on coral, a hat or sun visor, and sunglasses.

 

Language
French and Tahitian are the official languages. English is spoken in hotels and in most shops and restaurants, so communication is rarely a problem.

 

Health
Polynesia has modern medical and dental services, pharmacies, private clinics and a large hospital in Tahiti. The outer islands have hospitals or dispensaries, and private practitioners. Take care not to over-expose your body to the tropical sun, and pack a good waterproof sunscreen. Although tap water in hotels and restaurants is generally safe to drink, we recommend bottled water which is sold by all hotels.

 

Currency
The local currency is the French Pacific Franc (CFP). Banks, located on each island and at Tahiti’s International Airport, generally give a better rate of exchange than hotels. Major credit cards are accepted in most hotels, restaurants, boutiques and other tourist establishments.
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