Travel Agents

2 steps to scoring a Tahiti adventure

Amy Bryant

The Island of Tahiti are casting couples and families to be featured in the next chapter of their video series, Two Stories, One Mana.

Mana is a powerful spiritual energy that holds an important part in Tahitian culture. Mana is a fundamental truth, considered to be both tangible and intangible and exists in all objects, places and people. The presence of mana is alive and loved on Islands of Tahiti for its ever-present life force and power to connect all living things.

Mana is the inspiration behind The Island of Tahiti’s creative video series, Two Stories, One Mana. In the first chapter, three lucky couples were invited to come to the island and experience Mana themselves, and share their stories to the rest of the world. To check out the incredible journey they experienced watch their videos here.

It is now time to create the next chapter in the series, and it could be you. If you want to experience the endless adventure, and beautiful landscape of the Islands of Tahiti, then now is your time to shine to be part of Chapter two.

Here is what you have to do:

1. Create a 15-second video telling us:

  • What you would find inspiring about The Islands of Tahiti
  • Your top three favourite Tahiti activities.

2. Then share your video in one of these ways. 

Post to Instagram:
Post your video to Instagram with hashtag #TakeMeToTahiti

Post to Twitter:
Post your video to Twitter with hashtag #TakeMeToTahiti

Post to Facebook:
Post your video to Facebook with hashtag #TakeMeToTahiti

Deadline for casting call submissions: April 5, 2017.

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