How To Do Tahiti Family Style

Enjoy a family holiday in the sunny paradise of Tahiti.

Posted by on 01 Nov 2019 , in Islands

Tahiti is a place where most honeymooners go due to its romantic ambiance, blue calm waters, white sandy beaches and the best overwater bungalows. The island is also the best place for a great family vacation. However, kids can be finicky with food and tend to get bored easily. Not all resorts have kids program or babysitting service. Escape with the family with services where kids can also play. Here are some tips for a family-friendly vacation in Tahiti.

Look for resorts with kids’ clubs

It is best to choose the main resorts for this feature. Major resorts in Tahiti and Moorea all offer babysitting. Bora Bora’s major resorts have kids clubs. For instance, Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora has Tamari’i Club Kids which offers complimentary full day programming. The place offers a splash pad and a clubhouse with games, movies and other activities for the 5-12 years old; The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort has a kids club with many fun-filled activities to choose from.

Take advantage of last minute deals

Can’t decide when to book for a flight? Book now for a last minute getaway! Some travel agencies offer last minute deals with very good discounts. These include hotel discounts and airfare deals to choose from. Look out for these limited promos for incredible late travel deals.

Choose the best island for your family

Does your family enjoy touring around the island? You can have Moorea’s Circle Island Tour to Belvedere Viewpoint and enjoy views of pineapple and vanilla plantations or discover a variety of fruits, flowers and trees. Try a one-hour Tahitian dance lesson in Taha’a with its sensual moves and rhythmic moves. For relaxation, you can rent a bike and explore Tikehau during your free time. Tahiti offers a surfing group lesson for those who love the waves or a 4x4 mountain safari tour to discover the island. Get to know the sacred sites and legendary places in Huahine where you can learn the Polynesia’s ancient history.

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