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Super Savings on Tahiti Package Deals


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Super Savings on Tahiti Package Deals

A dream Tahiti holiday can become a reality with savings of up to $3250 per couple at luxurious resorts on the picture perfect islands of Tahiti, Moorea and Bora Bora.

Air Tahiti Nui has partnered with Tahiti Travel Connection to offer a range of excellent value airfare inclusive holidays with breakfast included, such as:
• Seven nights at Le Meridien Tahiti with a free upgrade to a deluxe ocean view room including breakfast daily, two free nights, return economy airfares with Air Tahiti Nui including taxes and transfers throughout, priced from $2380* per person twin share

• Seven nights, including five nights at the Hilton Moorea Resort and Spa in a Garden Bungalow with private plunge pool, including breakfast daily, return economy airfares with Air Tahiti Nui including taxes, inter-island flights, transfers throughout, plus one night pre and post accommodation in Tahiti, priced from $2850* per person twin share. Guests can upgrade to an overwater bungalow in Moorea for $700 per person

• Seven nights, including five nights at Le Meridien Bora Bora with a free upgrade to an overwater bungalow and breakfast and dinner daily, return economy airfares with Air Tahiti Nui including taxes, inter-island flights, transfers throughout, plus one night pre and post accommodation in Tahiti, priced from $5225** per person twin share. Also includes a 4WD safari tour and a shark and ray snorkelling tour.

Air Tahiti Nui General Manager New Zealand Australia Mark Hutchison said these holidays demonstrated the terrific quality and value available to Kiwi travellers heading to Tahiti and her islands.

“Whether experiencing unique overwater-style in spectacular Bora Bora, or making use of a private bungalow with plunge pool at the beautiful Hilton Moorea, holidaymakers are sure to make memories that will last a lifetime,” he said.

Air Tahiti Nui, the international airline of French Polynesia, offers regular non-stop flights from Auckland to Papeete.

*Conditions apply. Valid for sale until April 12, 2013, for travel between April 1-May 31 and November 1-December 20, 2013.

** Conditions apply. Valid for sale until April 12, 2013, for travel between November 1-December 20, 2013.

Visit www.airtahitinui.co.nz, or call Tahiti Travel Connection on 0800 855 045.

About Air Tahiti Nui:
Air Tahiti Nui links the South Pacific with four continents as the leading carrier to and from French Polynesia, with a daily non-stop service to Tahiti from Los Angeles, and is one of only two airlines to offer a selection of non-stop flights connecting Los Angeles and Paris with Tahiti. Air Tahiti Nui has been selected as one of the “World’s Best” international airlines by readers of Travel+Leisure in 2011, 2010 and 2008 and as Best Airline in the South Pacific, 2011 by readers of Global Traveler. The airline has headquarters in Papeete and operates from Faa’a International Airport on the island of Tahiti. Air Tahiti Nui was founded in 1996 and commenced flight operations in 1998. Air Tahiti Nui is an IATA member and satisfies the highest safety requirements with its IOSA certification. A full cabin upgrade in 2013 is set to lower fuel usage and surcharges.

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