Pacific Delight Tours Launches Combination Excursions

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Pacific Delight Tours is launching a South Pacific division beginning with three five-night island packages combining  Tahiti with Moorea and Bora Bora. With five-star accommodations and the option to participate in guided tours or just unwind by the beach, each package includes one night in Tahiti with the remaining four nights in either Bora Bora or Moorea – or split between the two.

Larry Kwan, president of Pacific Delight Tours, said that while the company's guided tours to China and Asia continue to perform well, the team has noticed a growing demand for "unconventional sun and sand" vacations as consumers look to check exotic destinations such as Tahiti, Moorea and Bora Bora off their bucket lists. "We therefore found it fitting that these enticing island paradises would be our first foray into the South Pacific," he added.

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Five-star properties used for Pacific Delight's Tahiti programs include the Intercontinental Tahiti Resort, Sofitel Moorea la Ora Beach Resort and Maitai Polynesia Bora Bora. Prices include five-star accommodations, arrival and departure airport/hotel transfers, daily breakfast, all intra-island flights and boat transportation. International airfare is not included but can be purchased from Pacific Delight Tours at competitive rates at the time of booking.

Optional tours are available with English-speaking guides, including a Circle-Island Tour covering 71 miles of Tahiti's coastline, journey to Moorea's volcanic crater or safari, glass bottom boat ride and fire dance show in Bora Bora.

For more information or to book, visit www.PacificDelightTours.com.

 

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