Example Trip Itinerary
Meet and greet at Tahiti airport
Flight from Tahiti to Raiatea
Private boat transfer to your resort
Accommodation in Taha'a
- 57 villas and suites
- Three restaurants and two bars
- Swimming pool
- Tennis court
- Fitness centre and spa
Set on a motu, a reef islet, Le Taha’a island Resort & Spa is a five-star escape just a short boat ride from the village of Tapuamu on the main island of Taha’a. Surrounded by beautiful lagoons, the resort has been built with the existing vegetation in mind. Stroll beneath lush trees and admire the native plants and colourful flowers. Serenity is paramount, and all 57 suites and villas are designed according to Polynesian tradition. Bamboo, local wood, stone, coral, textiles and woven coconut ropes all feature, making the resort both authentic and luxurious. There are three restaurants that offer a wide variety of flavours from around the world, as well as special romantic dinners or picnics if requested. With astounding views of the crystal-clear lagoon and a stunning beach, this is an idyllic, tropical retreat for guests who enjoy being outdoors.
Spend your days relaxing on the beautiful island of Taha'a, part of French Polynesia's Society Islands. Surrounded by crystal-clear lagoons and white sandy beaches, this is the perfect place to relax, unwind and experience everything that makes the South Pacific one of the world's most exotic destinations. Swim, snorkel and dive through the pristine waters; enjoy a sunset cruise; hike through the island's lush interior; or simply enjoy the world-class cuisine and facilities of Le Taha’a Island Resort & Spa.
With its nine passes in its lagoon, Taha’a has a myriad of diving sites for beginners or advanced divers. A rich and very diversified fauna reveals itself in this wonderful underwater world. You will be able to discover two pitons of 27 metres deep in the Ceran pass, beautiful caves located at Trou de la Pieuvre, rocky depths at Tapu Tapu, but also numerous coral gardens with a multicoloured flora. You can also explore the underwater gorges with magnificent corals and a multitude of fish.
Boat transfer to Raiatea Airport
Flight from Raiatea Airport to Bora Bora
Accommodation in Bora Bora
- 89 villas
- Two swimming pools
- Four restaurants
- Private Lagoonarium
- Fitness centre
- Tennis court
Located on the picture-perfect island of Bora Bora, the St. Regis sits withing 44 acros of lush, tropical grounds in the shadow of the iconic Mount Otemanu. The resort consists of 89 villas, some of which are nestled in the gardens or along the beach, and others which are perched over the sparkling waters of the South Pacific. Some of the garden and beach villas have their own private pools while the overwater villas feature separate dining gazebos so you can enjoy views of the lagoon while you eat. There is also a two-bedroom villa perfect for families and an estate that sleeps nine. The Lagoon Restaurant is St. Regis’ signature restaurant, offering a fusion of French and Asian cuisine with lots of fresh seafood and creative flavour combinations. Mount Otemanu is framed by the large windows, and there are long glass panels on the floor through which you can see the black-tip sharks who live beneath the restaurant. The overwater terrace is the perfect place for a sunset drink. There is also a sushi and sake restaurant, Far Niente Ristorante offering Italian cuisine and fine wines, and Te Pahu restaurant where you can enjoy traditional Polynesian dancing and music. The resot has its own Lagoonarium, a protected underwater sanctuary filled with marine life. Sat on its own island in the middle of the Lagoonarium is the spa, a tranquil haven where guests can relax and unwind with a treatment. There are two swimming pool, fitness centre, tennis court and bikes for hire for those that wish to explore the island.
- 115 rooms
- Six restaurants and bars
- Swimming pool
- Fitness centre
White sandy beaches, breathtaking sunset views and rooms right on the water – Conrad Bora Bora Nui is a luxurious retreat set in a private cove on Motu To’opua. With Mount Otemanu as an impressive backdrop, the renovated resort offers panoramic lagoon views, cultural activities, luxury dining and personalised service. The 115 rooms include overwater, garden and beach villas with Polynesian décor and an emphasis on the resort’s lagoon-side location. Enjoy the views from your private terrace, or relax in a comfy net over the water. With six restaurants and bars covering a variety of cuisines, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Dine at Iriatai French Restaurant, Banyan Chinese Restaurant or Tamure Beach Grill. Choose between Upa Upa Lounge Bar and Iriatai Wine Bar for sundowners or make a splash at the swim up Tarava Pool Bar. The resort also features a hilltop spa with stunning views, a pool, fitness centre, miniature golf and various water activities.
- 107 suites and villas
- Four restaurants
- Infinity pool
- Tennis courts
Perched on an outer coral reef and surrounded by sandy islets, the Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora is an idyllic island retreat surrounded by the turquoise waters of the South Pacific. There are 107 suites and villas scattered along the outer beaches and over the water. The beachfront villas are draped along a stretch of semi-private beach, with private gardens filled with coconut palms and colourful bougainvillea and a private swimming pool. There are a mixture of one-, two- and three-bedroom villas making them perfect for honeymooners, families and groups of friends. The overwater bungalows sit on stilts over the ocean, some with their own private plunge pools. Teak wood and thatched roofs give them plenty of traditional charm while the high ceilings and spacious interiors ensure they offer guests the most comfortable of stays. When it comes to dining, guests are spoiled for choice with four restaurants serving a cuisine inspired by Polynesian and French traditions, as well as light salads and freshly grilled seafood. There are also pleny of spots to enjoy a cocktail as the as the sun sets. There is also the option to enjoy dinner on the beach with Polynesian singing and a fire dance performance, and have your breakfast delivered to your suite in a ceremonial Polynesian canoe. With the inviting waters of the South Pacific on your doorstep, you’ll want to dive straight in and explore the fascinating underwater world. Enjoy snorkelling adventures in the Ruanhatu Lagoon Sanctuary, home to over 100 marine species including octopus, eagle rays and unicorn fish, then explore the coves by sea kayak, stand up paddleboard or water bike. There is also an infinity pool, spa, fitness centre and tennis courts.
Enjoy your time relaxing on one of the world's most beautiful islands. The pristine waters of the South Pacific Ocean beckon, where a colourful and fascinating world awaits beneath the surface. Choose to swim, snorkel or scuba dive and admire the schools of fish and coral reef formations, or explore hidden coves by paddleboard or kayak. Of course, the white sands of Bora Bora's beaches make for a rather splendid place to set up camp, as does your luxury hotel where you can enjoy incredible food, spa treatments, and top-end service.
On board a very comfortable, specially built boat, enjoy a trip out for some deep sea fishing. To maximize the chances to catch the biggest fish, your fishing area will stretch towards the neighbouring islands with your fishing grounds being behind the barrier reef where the water depth exceeds 1000 meters. With more than 25 years experience, your renowned captain will be very happy to share his knowledge and his fishing techniques.
Board your deluxe 40-foot catamaran and cruise the lagoon of Bora Bora as the sun sinks behind the horizon, turning the sky shades of pink, orange and red. As you sail through the pristine waters, toast your experience with a glass of sparkling wine.
Boat transfer to Bora Bora airport
Flight from Bora Bora to Tahiti
Flight from Tahiti to Tetiaroa
Accommodation in Tetiaroa
- 35 villas with private plunge pools
- Two restaurants
- Two bars
- Infinity pool
- Tennis court
30 miles north east of Tahiti is the Tetiaroa atoll, a collection of a dozen small islands ringing a deep turquoise lagoon. This part of French Polynesia won the hearts of Tahitian royalty, for whom it was the favoured island retreat, and then Marlon Brando who first came here while filming the Mutiny of the Bounty. The actor went on to buy the island and set about building The Brando, a beautiful and luxurious resort on this exclusive and private island. Access to The Brando is by private plane from Tahiti. There are 35 luxury villas scatted along both Turtle Beach and Mermaid Bay. With a choice of one-, two- and three-bedroom villas, there is something for everyone from honeymooners to families and groups of friends. The timbered villas were built to reflect Polynesian culture and design and are hidden amongst the tropical vegetation so as not to detract from the natural beauty of the island. Villas feature high ceilings and large windows, ensuring they are bright and airy. Decking leads to a private plunge pool and there is an outdoor bath tub for a soak under the stars. There are two restaurants at The Brando serving a range of Polynesian, fusion and classic French cuisine. There is also a beach bar as well as the Te Manu Bar which has private tree-top seating areas that are reached through a series of walkways through the canopy. There is an abundance of fresh organic fruit and veg grown in the kitchen garden and orchard, so expect lots of locally grown mango, papaya, cucumber, avocado and lime, alongside fish and shellfish from the surrounding waters. The lagoon is teeming with marine life and guests can explore this diverse underwater world by swimming, snorkeling, diving or kayaking through the pristine waters. There is also the option to hop on a bike and explore the lush green interior of the island. Back at the resort there is an infinity pool, tennis court and a beautiful spa nestled among the tropical flowers.
The Tetiaroa atoll is a collection of a dozen small islands ringing a deep turquoise lagoon. It was the favoured island retreat for the Tahitian royal family and won the heart of Marlon Brandon who first came here while fillming the Mutiny of the Bounty. The Brando is one of French Polynesia's most exclusive properties and a stay here is to experience tropical life at its best. Enjoy dining on French Polynesian and classic French cuisine, sip on cocktails at the Te Manu Bar nestled in the tree canopy, and explore the island and the surrounding lagoon with a range of excursions.
High in the treetops, six metres above the ground, sits Fare Manu, also known as the bird house. The Brando's spa suite is the perfect place to unwind and you'll enjoy a treatment totally tailored to suit you.
Flight from Tetiaroa to Tahiti
Intercontinental Resort Tahiti is located close to Papeete’s airport. You'll enjoy use of a room for the day so you can relax, enjoy the hotel facilities and freshen up before your international flight.
Le Coco's is located in a colonial-style house on Tahiti's west coast and has a beautiful garden that looks out over the lagoon and the island of Moorea. Dine from the Carte Blanche menu and enjoy the flavours of French Polynesia, complemented by fine wine. Dishes are beautifully presented and the restaurant enjoys a relaxed atmosphere - and it is only ten minutes from the airport, making it a great option while you wait for your international flight.
Private transfer to Tahiti airport