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Travel experts tip The Islands of Tahiti as one of the hottest destinations for 2021

October 23, 2020 Visit South Pacific 1 Comment Email Email

In its new Future of Travel Report 2021, travel site Vacaay has listed the Tahitian island of Moorea as one of the hottest micro destinations that Australian and New Zealand travellers most want to visit in 2021. The heart-shaped island that wows visitors flying into The Islands of Tahiti is found less than 20km from sister island Tahiti. According to Vacaay’s 150,000 users in Australia and New Zealand it stops them in their tracks “thanks to its stunning mix of temperate azure coastline, verdant mountain peaks and shallow waters perfect for close encounters with marine life”. The top travel trends predicted for next year of slow travel, offline adventures, splurge travel, and restorative travel are all also synonymous with The Islands of Tahiti.

Reaffirming this data, and in particular the splurge travel trend, in Condé Nast Traveler’s Readers’ Choice Awards 2020, six resorts in The Islands of Tahiti were included in the Top 25 Resorts in Australia and The South Pacific. In the little slice of paradise that is Bora Bora, with its turquoise lagoons and romantic over-water bungalows, three luxury resorts all made it onto the list: Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora, Conrad Bora Bora Nui & The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort.

St. Regis Bora Bora – No. 17 on Condé Nast Traveler’s Reader Choice Awards 2020

CN Traveler’s readers also showed its love for Le Taha’a Island Resort & Spa, which is a short 10-minutes helicopter ride from Bora Bora located on its very own private motu (islet) outside of the island of Raiatea. Not surprisingly, the celebrity-favoured resort The Brando also made the list. Made famous for being discovered by Marlon Brando when he was scouting for locations, The Brando is a remote, ultra-polished but eco-friendly island getaway and a love song to the South Pacific.

The Brando – No. 23 on Condé Nast Traveler’s Reader Choice Awards 2020

With strikingly beautiful nature ranging from lush jungles and high mountain peaks to vibrant coral reefs, it’s not hard to understand why The Islands of Tahiti is such a sought after destination. The 118 islands offer every possible type of holiday imaginable, where you can be as active – or inactive – as you like, plus accommodation options ranging from guesthouses run by local families, to yacht charters in the blue lagoons, and even camping, makes this a destination suitable for every type of traveller.

 

Explore Tahiti Tourisme :

Online http://tahititourisme.com.au / and  http://tahititourisme.nz

On Facebook http://www.facebook.com/TahitiTourismAU /  and http://www.facebook.com/TahitiTourismNZ

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  1. Mark Sheehan says:

    I must agree; There are very good reason for this. Tahiti Tourism has been fully pro-active during the current Covid19 cloud-cover. Other venues tread water, while this destination continues to set the stage for a pent-up, ‘Travel Tsunami’ to Tahiti. NZ and Australian travel aqents numbering over 400 have been recruited to the specialist on-line ‘certification’ with incentives to ‘get involved’. Exceptional forward-thinking by a destination which already dropped anchor years ago now, as a place for ‘splendid isolation’.

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