Entire’s got big discounts in early bird Tahiti promotion

Entire’s got big discounts in early bird Tahiti promotion
Edited by Travel Weekly

    Entire Travel Group is offering ‘early bird’ discounts of up to $8,720 per couple – or more than 40 per cent – on a selection of independent luxury holiday packages to Tahiti, but bookings must be completed by 30 November 2023.

    Offered as part of Entire’s ‘Tahiti, Discover Yourself’ promotion, the packages all include return Air Tahiti Nui flights (ex-SYD/BNE/MEL) and seven nights’ accommodation in some of the world’s most luxurious resorts.

    Clients can travel any time before 31 March 2025, and the packages incorporate exclusive bonus inclusions, ranging from free transfers to domestic flights.

    Among the properties featured are:

    • Manava Beach Resort Moorea – priced from $3,283 pp twin share (a saving of $3,400 per couple) for five nights in a Garden View Room at the four-star Manava Beach Resort & Spa Moorea and two nights at the three-star Te Moana Tahiti Resort. Includes a return ferry from Papeete to Moorea, daily full buffet breakfast in Moorea and welcome juice-mocktails at both resorts.

      Canoe breakfast at Manava Moorea 

    • Le Bora Bora – priced from $5,319 pp twin share (a saving of $7,360 per couple) for five nights in a Garden Villa & Pool suite at the four-star Le Bora Bora by Pearl Resorts, an award-winning resort located on the beach of Motu Tevairoa, and two nights at the four-star Le Tahiti by Pearl Resorts, just 10 minutes from downtown Papeete. Includes return Papeete–Bora Bora flights, all airport transfers, welcome juice-mocktails, daily American breakfast in Bora Bora and free boat shuttles to Bora Bora’s main town of Vaitape.
    • Intercontinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa – priced from $7,795 pp twin share (a saving of $8,720 per couple) for five nights in an Emerald Overwater Villa at the five-star InterContinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa and two nights at the four-star InterContinental Tahiti Resort & Spa. Includes return Papeete–Bora Bora flights, transfers, daily breakfast and dinner in Bora Bora and free American breakfasts in Tahiti.

      InterContinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa

    Entire Travel Group head of sales & product Tina Heyer advised agents to move quickly to secure the highly discounted packages.

    “Tahiti is a boutique destination with limited resort capacity,” Heyer said. “There is also a short window in which early bird discounts offering these kinds of savings will be available, so I would recommend agents act decisively or risk missing out.”

    The discounted Tahiti packages can be booked 24/7 through Entire Travel Group’s website.

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