Tahiti, Moorea & Bora Bora
Indulge yourself in sampling the best of French Polynesia by visiting the three Islands of Tahiti, Moorea & Bora Bora. Each Islands offers a different experience – the bustling town of Papeete offers the best shopping and local market, see the interior of Moorea and the stunning lagoons of Bora Bora. Experience the iconic overwater bungalow accommodation at the Intercontinental Bora Bora Le Moana Resort with the peaks of Otemanu and Pahia rising up in the distance..
from $4,999 per person*
10 days / 9 nights
includes coach airfare
Based on 2 travelers
* From $4,999 per person, extra tour options available see itinerary.
Day 1 – Depart US. Arrive Papeete. Meet & traditional lei greeting, transfer to Tahiti accommodation.
Day 2 – Ferry from Tahiti to Moorea, transfer to Moorea accommodation.
Day 3 – Moorea – relax or discuss tour options.
Day 4 – Moorea – relax or discuss tour options.
Day 5 – Inter-island flight from Moorea to Bora Bora, boat transfer to Bora Bora accommodation.
Day 6 – Bora Bora – relax or discuss tour options.
Day 7 – Bora Bora – relax or discuss tour options.
Day 8 – Bora Bora – relax or discuss tour options.
Day 9 – Bora Bora – relax or discuss tour options.
Day 10 – Departure – Inter-island flight from Bora Bora to Papette and connecting flight to US.
Day 1 – Depart US – Arrive in Tahiti
Arrive at Papeete airport and be met with a traditional lei greeting. e picks up the guests. Transfer to accommodation.
Accommodation: InterContinental Tahiti, Lagoon view Room
Recently renovated and decorated in traditional Polynesian style, the resort has a total of 271 rooms and bungalows settled in the heart of a magnificent tropical garden and its two spectacular infinity pools. Located on the sunny West coast of Tahiti, the resort has its private sand beach and lagoon. Polynesian dance shows and live music performed every night in the restaurant opening out on the water’s edge. The resort is just over a mile (2 km) from the airport, (important when you arrive late after a long flight) and the capital and port city, Papeete, are about six miles (10 km) down the road.
Day 2 – Ferry Papeete to Moorea
You will be collected from the Intercontinental Tahiti Resort and transferred to the Marina for your ferry to the beautiful island of Moorea, where volcanic peaks are reflected in the tranquil waters of the spectacular bays. Transfer to accommodation.
Accommodation: Sofitel Kia Ora Moorea Beach Resort, Ocean View Bungalow.
Sofitel Kia Ora Moorea sits on the edge of the crystal-clear lagoon framed by jagged green mountains. Accessible via a short ferry ride from Papeete, positioned on the eastern side of Moorea, makes it the most convenient and one of the best off-Tahiti Island experiences.
The resort enjoys a secluded location on the picturesque white sand beach of Temae, the longest of the island, within a protected marine area. Featuring 113 luxurious bungalows built over the water, on the beachfront, or surrounded by landscaped gardens.
Boasting French-style infused with Tahitian hospitality, the hotel’s two acclaimed restaurants provide an intimate and romantic setting with incredible panoramic views and live entertainment.
Days 3 – 4 – Moorea
Relax or discuss options to explore the Island’s stunning natural features by jeep safari and visit the many plantations in the beautiful interior of the Island.
Day 5 – Fly Moorea – Bora Bora
Leave for an inter-island flight from Moorea airport to Bora Bora. Bora Bora’s multicolored lagoon, encircled by a necklace of coral, is renowned throughout the world for its beauty. Transfer to accommodation.
Accommodation: InterContinental Bora Bora Le Moana Resort, Ocean View Bungalow.
An intimate, convivial luxury 4-star resort is located on the southernmost point of Bora Bora, close to one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Stylish overwater bungalows stretch out over our lagoon, with the peaks of Otemanu and Pahia rising in the distance – the perfect romantic destination for honeymooners and couples seeking an exotic getaway.
In the calm embrace of nature, immersed in the relaxed Polynesian way of life, let the InterContinental Bora Bora Le Moana Resort give you the tropical holiday of a lifetime.
Days 6 – 9 – Bora Bora
Relax or discuss options. Bora Bora is blessed with a gorgeous, coral-filled lagoon, calm seas, lush forests, and centuries of fascinating Polynesian tradition. During your stay at our resort, you have the chance to explore both the island’s landscapes and its indigenous culture, with plenty of activities and excursions to choose from, on land, sea, and air
Day 10 – Depart Bora Bora – Papeete – US
Depart on your flight back to Papeete and connect with your international flight to the US
- Round-trip International Economy airfare from Los Angeles or San Francisco
- Meet & traditional lei greeting
- 1-night accommodation at InterContinental Tahiti, Lagoonview Room
- Ferry from Tahiti to Moorea
- 3 nights accommodation at the Sofitel Moorea, Ocean View Bungalow
- Inter-island flights, Moorea – Bora Bora – Papeete
- 5 nights accommodation at InterContinental Moana Bora Bora, Overwater Bungalow
- All accommodation transfers
- Breakfast daily.
- Lunch and dinner (we can include lunch and dinner).
- Services on site that are not included in the itinerary.
- Travel insurance
- Any items of personal nature.
Please contact an Aspire Expert for pricing on the following:
- Extra legroom/exit row seating in Economy (Coach)
- Premium Economy
- Business Class
Starting from prices are per person based on double occupancy departures from Los Angeles. Add-on fares are available from other cities. Certain black out dates apply on the accommodation and tour value add offers – check with your Aspire consultant. Seats are limited and may not be available on every flight. Hotels are subject to availability. All prices reflect a discount for purchases made by cash/wire transfer/check, please see terms and conditions for credit card payments. There are no discounts for payment made by credit cards. Cancellation penalties and other restrictions apply.
Images: Tahiti Tourisme
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For U.S. Citizens: Passport must be valid for a minimum of three months after the return date. No visa is required for stays of up to 90 days.
The islands have a tropical climate, tempered by trade winds. It rarely gets hotter than 85°F and evenings are pleasantly cool. Though there are warmer, more humid months from November to March and cooler, drier months from April to October, there is not a great variation.
The official languages of French Polynesia are Tahitian and French, but numerous other tongues are spoken as well. Paumotu (the language of the Tuamotu Islands), and Mangarevan (spoken in the Gambiers) are both native tongues. These languages belong to the great Malayo-European language family, which also includes the languages of Malaysia, Indonesia, Madgascar and the original languages of Taiwan.English is widely spoken.
There are strict laws prohibiting or restricting the entry of drugs, steroids, weapons, firearms, protected wildlife and associated products. If you are unsure about anything declare it to Customs upon arrival. Note that on entering or leaving The Islands of Tahiti, certain goods are subject to specific regulations. To see a list of these goods visit: www.tahiti-aeroport.pf
You can drink the tap water in Papeete and throughout the island of Bora Bora. In the other islands, ask if you can drink it or not. If in doubt, use mineral water from sealed bottles.
The sun can be strong all year round, be sure to wear sunscreen and a hat. Tennis shoes or plastic sandals are recommended when walking on the reefs and in the lagoons of Polynesia.
Most of the hotels use 110 or 220 volts, a.c. 60 cycles. Power outlets for all shavers and other appliances are a convenience provided in most hotels. A converter/adaptor for other appliances is usually available upon request.
Tipping is not expected by hotel and restaurant staff, but it is still a way for the visitor to reward good service and show appreciation. There are no rules or customs as to the amount of the tip.
In The Islands of Tahiti, a service charge has been included on the bill for accommodation and dining in large hotels since 2007. At the end of the year, the collected charges are divided up and distributed to the staff, giving incentive to employees to provide top-notch service.