A dream holiday in this atoll surrounded by coral reefs and lagoons that are still uncontaminated since James Cook arrived there almost three centuries ago. You will sail in the French Polynesia on luxury catamarans equipped with all comforts, moving from one paradise to the next at the discovery of the beautiful gems of this charming archipelago. A truly relaxing holiday you will never forget!
|STYLE||RELAX, DISCOVER, SAILING, SNORKELING|
|DEPARTURE BASE||Papeete, Tahiti - French Polynesia|
Check-in at 12 pm on Saturday Checkout by 8 am after 11 days
From €1.440 (low season) to €3.930 (high season) per person in double cabin.
Discounts available for early booking, honeymoon and last minute.
|Included services||Fuel, Insurance primary health and luggage, Crew, Bed linen and towels, Double cabin spot, Snorkeling equipment, Full board service|
|Language||International crew and guests.|
|How to come||AIR: Faa'a Tahiti International Airport (PPT)|
Day 1 - Check-in:
Boarding in Tahiti and departure at night: then we'll board our luxurious Catamaran to enjoy the lunch prepared by the chef on board before leaving the moorings and starting to discover this corner of earthly paradise.
After a short navigation in the coral reef in the Raiatea lagoon, it will head north-west near the island of Tahaa. There will be the possibility to swim, play on the beach and snorkel on the coral reef.
The next morning, after breakfast, we sail for four hours to Bora Bora where we will drop anchor in front of Motu Tapu where the water is always crystal clear and you can snorkel in one of the most beautiful locations of this atoll. After lunch there will be plenty of time to swim among the multicolored fish and to discover one of the most beautiful islands in the South Pacific. Dinner will be served at anchor in the eastern part of Bora Bora where you will spend the night, enjoying the freedom that only the boat and the sea can give you.
After breakfast, dive and swim with the mantas, we will make a short sail to the north until we reach the islet of Motu Taurere, where we'll drop the anchor near one of the most beautiful coral reefs in the world to play on the beach, have a kayak ride and have lunch. For those who purchased the optional excursion package there will be the possibility to have lunch with a typical Tahitian barbecue on a private island. After lunch we will dedicate ourselves to an afternoon of sailing inside the famous Bora Bora lagoon until we reach Matira Point to spend the night.
We open up the mainsail and jib to the south in the direction of the island of Raiatea, which we will reach after sailing for four hours to dine at anchor. The afternoon will be dedicated to relaxation, aquatic activities and snorkeling, for excursion package owners you can visit and snorkel in a local black pearl farm near the island. Dinner and night at anchor in the harbor.
We will spend the morning in Raiatea to visit the town of Uturoa to go shopping in the local markets, for those who bought the excursion package there will be a guided tour of the cities, the Temple of Taputapuatea, the local botanical garden and the surrounding valleys with their pristine waterfalls. At the end of the morning, after a short navigation, we will arrive at Motu Cheran to dedicate ourselves to sun bathing or to water activities near this paradisiac islet where we will spend the night.
Wake up early and have breakfast to hoist the sails and set sail for Huaine, around noon we will arrive in the breathtaking Bourayne Bay. The afternoon will be spent relaxing, walking on the beach in Ana Iti, snorkeling and kayaking on the coral reef to enjoy the clear water and the multitude of fish that live there. For holders of the excursion package in the evening there is the possibility to have dinner in a typical restaurant with performances by Polynesian dancers.
After breakfast we will leave the base to sail to Fare Village where there will be the opportunity to visit the country and snorkel in the crystal clear waters in front of it. Those who have purchased the optional excursion package can take a guided tour of the archaeological sites of Huaini, the vanilla plantations, the fishing grounds and the sacred eel farms. After lunch the catamaran will again reach the island of Raiatea for the last night in this South Pacific paradise. They will dine at sunset and the next morning at 08:00 they will disembark in Uturoa
We will sail in the east of Raiatea. At anchor on a motu and there will be several activities including: swimming, water activities, visit of the Faaroa river with the tender. At sunset you will leave for Moorea with 12 hour night navigation.
During the morning we will arrive in Moorea with mooring in the village of Papetoai, a typical Polynesian village. Beachcombing, sea kayaking and snorkeling at Tiki will be possible. In the late afternoon we will sail to Opunohu Bay with a short walk in the valley of the same name.
Short navigation to Cook’s Bay. Option: half-day Safari excursion to Moorea with a guide: lookout - the pineapple road - visit to Polynesian archaeological sites with a stop at the Opunohu public beach for: kayaking - snorkeling - sea - swimming. Later we will sail towards the bay of Vaiare to have lunch and practice water activities. In the late afternoon we will expect 2 and a half hours of navigation in Tahiti with night at Marina Taina, western part of Tahiti.
Disembark in Marina Taina, Tahiti at 8 am.
The itinerary might be subject to variations due to weather conditions, safety and technical evaluations of the Captain of the boat, This programming is intended as indicative and non-binding.
CLASS: CATAMARAN - LAGOON 620
|Sail area||180 mq|
|Cabins||6 double + 2 crew|
|Berths||12 + 2 crew|
|Bathroom/showers||6 + 2 crew|
|Extra||A/C, generator, eletric toliets|
BeBlue reserves the right to substitute the boat presented in the catalog ( or not included in the catalog ) with another boat of similar class and characteristics.
|CROCIERA 8 GIORNI/7 NOTTI – CATAMARANO LAGOON 620|
|DATE||PREZZI IN EURO (PER PERSONA)|
|PARTENZA||RITORNO||CABINA DOPPIA||CABINA SINGOLA|