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Travel Beaverton & Beyond: Tahiti & Her Islands

| February 1, 2017 | 0 Comments

South Pacific Series23 Travel

This is a limited series on the islands of the South Pacific. Each month will feature one of the iconic islands of the beautiful South Pacific. Thanks to my special relationship with several south pacific wholesalers, we have the most comprehensive travel packages to any of the islands at great airfare and hotel package prices. Great for honeymoons and other romantic special occasions.

Just 8.5 hours from Los Angeles, the islands are cooled by the gentle breezes of the Pacific. The climate of the islands is always sunny and pleasant. There is a mild, dry season from June to October, with a hotter, humid season from November through May.

The islands of Tahiti, officially known as ‘French Polynesia’, are a gorgeous selection of volcanic islands and atolls strewn across 1.5 million square miles of the grand South Pacific Ocean.

The islands also include Bora Bora, Moorea, Tetiaroa/Tikehau/Tahaa, Rangiroa/Huahine and many more. You can choose to sail or take a ferry between the islands for a more authentic and secluded experience.

Accommodations range from hotels, resorts, the popular Overwater Bungalows, to well-appointed properties known for their uniqueness, hospitality and quality of service.

Many resorts offer a variety of meal options, including all-inclusive plans and ‘dine around’ options, where you experience exotic fare and local cuisine.

You will fly into Tahiti, the main island and where all flights from the USA arrive and depart. The arrival flights do arrive at odd hours, which may necessitate an overnight stay on the island if you are planning to stay at a neighboring island.

Once you’ve experienced the idyllic palm-fringed, with white sand beaches and turquoise coral lagoons, to the colorful, vibrant vegetation, and getting to know the beautiful local people, you’ll long to return. You will always be welcome and welcomed back, with open arms.

For more information or to book your next trip, contact Joyce at 503-655-4850 or

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