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French Polynesia, should we?
August 12, 2011
“Maeve” the Tahitian word for welcome, is how you feel when you step off your international flight and a Tahitian Tiare flower, a fragrant white blossom native to and the emblem of Tahiti, is tucked behind your ear by a young woman. Symbolism is attached to which ear it is placed behind and which direction it faces.
A Thatch-roofed bungalow is the majority of your accommodations during your stay; these can be in tropical gardens or over a beautiful blue lagoon. Breakfast delivered by canoe, glass coffee tables for fish viewing and feeding, snorkeling right off your own private deck; the overwater bungalows are favored and loved by honeymooners. Add romance to your package, a private picnic lunch on a secluded motu, a candlelit dinner on the beach, a private dive for two, or sipping champagne on a sunset cruise.
Ranked #1 in the world for “alone time”, the intimate resorts, small colorful villages, and breathtaking scenery makes Tahiti a perfect choice for your honeymoon.