Anne-Lise is one of our little backstage fairies. She is in charge of booking your accommodation but she always makes sure to sprinkle a touch of magic and a few activities!
Real ‘Ori Tahiti enthusiast, she spends most of her time wearing a pareo and orchestrating her life to the sound of the pahu.
Known to be even-tempered at the office, she happens to be an outstanding choreographer who leaves no room for mistakes on stage. In fact, she's leading the dance for our very first appearance at this year's Hura Tapairu!
To learn more about her, click here.
You asked for the perfect getaway in the Society Islands? There you go !
After a long flight, the comfort of the InterContinental Tahiti Resort & Spa is almost a prerequisite. And who thought one day you would be eating a French crepe in an overwater restaurant, surrounded by sharks at the Hilton Resort Moorea Lagoon Resort & Spa?
Could you do us a favor? Just picture yourself facing the sunset behind Mont Otemanu, with a glass in hand? Yeah.. You have arrived at the Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora!
The Intercontinental Tahiti Resort & Spa is the hotel you can enjoy at any age: when you are busy splashing in the water and making sandcastles, when you walk hand-in-hand along the coconut tree lanes, and when you're peeping at the kids playing while sipping a Pina Colada.
Whatever the reason of your trip, you are likely to find the answer there. It's up to you to decide whether you are more into the Tiki Bar atmosphere or the Lotus's refinement. And, why should you even choose?...
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Wake up gently with a yummyslice of grapefruit right in front of the mythical Teahupo'o wave and go for a little lagoon tour along the Tahitian peninsula. The Taurumi Tour is undoubtedly one of the most soothing activities you can do in Tahiti. Is there anything more authentic than a short walk to stretch your legs, a 50-minute massage at the foot of a waterfall, or a homemade scrub workshop by the river?
Can you really say you went to Polynesia if you have not tried the ma'a tahiti? Spoiler alert: NO. So we highly suggest you book Mahana Tours' motu picnic: poulet fafa, pua'a choux, tender taro and a little po'e on the menu. The bold one will have a double portion fafaru (and for beginners, feel free to add a bit of mitihue!)
For some of you, fishing is a slightly dull memory of your father sending you fetch a box of maggots on a Saturday morning before heading off to the local pond... In the Raromata'i, when you go fishing, you also have to get up early, but the comparision ends there...
This way, for a double dose of sunshine and adrenalin!