Maeva Vacation Package Sales Now on Offer in The Islands of Tahiti
The Islands of Tahiti welcome visitors with new seasonal offers!
Maeva, meaning “welcome” in the Tahitian language, is the theme of a newly launched campaign welcoming travelers with value-added packages to boost low season visitation to The Islands of Tahiti.
Launching with more than 25 different vacation packages available across nine different islands, these limited-time travel deals are designed for every vacation desire, whether to relax and disconnect, or explore the culture and adventure that The Islands of Tahiti have to offer. From a SCUBA diving escape on the acclaimed dive destination of Fakarava, a UNESCO biosphere for sharks; yacht charters; stays in iconic overwater bungalows – which originated in The Islands of Tahiti over 50 years ago and provide a measure of privacy over traditional hotel rooms, while offering easy access to the tropical water – travelers will have access to the vacation of their dreams, whatever that might be.
“The Islands of Tahiti are open and we look forward to welcoming visitors this fall and winter season,” said Kristin Carlson, Tahiti Tourisme North America Managing Director. “We know consumers are seeking additional incentives to travel now and these sales offer great prices and added value. It’s just another way we are saying ‘welcome’ and encouraging them to book that much-needed vacation to The Islands of Tahiti.”
This communication campaign is part of a unifying strategy involving various sectors of the tourism industry including the airline partners (international and domestic), hotels, and resorts, which are all prepared to apply exceptional conditions to the tour operators with whom they collaborate.
This special offer campaign is designed to support the low season 2021/2022 with the promotion of very attractive stays including half-board on the islands, bookable now through March 1, 2022, for stays until June 30, 2022.
Find all these offers on http://tahititourisme.com/vacation-packages/maeva-packages/. Learn about travel requirements for The Islands of Tahiti here.