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Your clients will love you – the secret is out!

You won’t believe the amazing value on offer, and neither will your clients! The secret is out, but you’d better hurry to book.

Imagine boarding your Air Tahiti Nui flight from Sydney International Airport.

Your bags are packed for a ten day holiday to Tahiti. Luggage is checked underneath and you’ve remembered to bring your favourite book with you in your carry-on.

Hours later you’ve landed in Papeete and waiting for you is a coach transfer that will take you directly to the Le Meridien Tahiti, your hotel for the night. After a good nights sleep in the deluxe garden room and a full breakfast, a coach is waiting to take you to the pier where you board Wind Spirit, a graceful sailing yacht that will be your home over the next seven nights.

 

Each day you visit a different Tahiti island, staying overnight at most ports to give you time to swim and snorkel in crystal-clear lagoons, meander through lush rainforests, and experience the fascinating Polynesian culture from tikis to tiare flowers. You can’t stop talking about the two overnight stays at Raiatea and Bora Bora.

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You also got to experience drift snorkelling among coral gardens and kayak from the yacht’s Watersports Platform throughout the voyage. They even held native Polynesian dance lessons on board.

Were there any highlights?  It would have to be the Bora Bora Festival Celebration.

You and the other cruise guests spent an enchanting evening on a secluded islet (or “motu” as the Tahitian’s call them) feasting on suckling pig cooked traditionally and being dazzled by the acrobatic performance of fire dancers.

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The image to the fiery sunset and infamous green flash as it melts below the horizon is forever imprinted into your memory.

After a coach transfer back to the airport and another nights stay at the Le Meridien Tahiti, you can’t believe you have to board your flight back home.


 

Here’s something else you won’t believe. This whole trip only costs $4,840 per person.

That’s right, Winstar’s 9 night Fly, Cruise & Stay package includes everything. This no hassle luxury is just amazing value.

Psst…the secret is out! Pass it on!

Oh, and call Windstar Cruises Australian Representative Travel the World on 1300 857 037.

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