Air Tahiti Nui launches Tahiti Promotion ex-Australia

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Thursday, 3 June 2010

Air Tahiti Nui and Coral Seas have introduced a special short break deal to Tahiti, from only A$1659 per person ex Melbourne, or from A$1679 per person ex Sydney and Brisbane, taxes inclusive.

This package includes return Economy Class airfares with Air Tahiti Nui to Papeete, four nights at the InterContinental Resort Tahiti in a standard room with full breakfast daily, return airport transfers and a bonus half day Tahiti and Tropical Treasures tour.

If you want to stay in paradise longer, you can extend your Tahiti break with one add-on package to stay for a week, or combine both to make it a 10 day winter warmer:

- The Moorea add-on starts from A$590 per person and includes three nights at the InterContinental Resort and Spa in a lanai room with breakfast daily, domestic airfares and airport transfers.

- The Bora Bora add-on, which starts from A$690 per person, includes three nights at Le Maitai Bora Bora in a garden room with daily breakfast, domestic airfares and airport transfers.

There is also a package to the secluded Tikehau atoll, the name meaning Peaceful Landing in Polynesian. This exclusive experience is priced from A$3299 per person and includes international and domestic airfares, five nights at Pearl Resort Tikehau in a beach bungalow with free buffet breakfast and dinner daily, two nights (first and last) at the Manava Suite Resort in a superior room, and transfers.

All packages are valid for travel from now until 31 October 2010, and are valid for sale until 30 June 2010. Prices are per person, based on two people travelling together, and include airline taxes.

The add-on packages can only be booked in conjunction with the InterContinental Tahiti special. Availability is limited at these prices and some conditions apply.

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