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Exciting Adventure & Cultural Packages Debut at Sheraton Tahiti & Moorea Resorts



Spotlighting the Main Island’s Cultural, Historical and Recreational Treasures


PAPEETE, FRENCH POLYNESIA (April 2008) – The Sheraton Hotel Tahiti has launched two new packages filled with activities proving that the main isle of Tahiti is much more than just a “stop over” point for international travelers on their way to the outer islands.  


With visits to some of the most renowned museums in the region, meals at authentic local eateries, tours of historical sites, golf on one of the most beautiful courses in the Pacific, scuba diving and even fitness classes included, the two new packages underscore that this Gateway Island is a not-to-be-missed cultural and sporting attraction in the South Pacific.


Valid through December 31, 2008, the Sheraton Tahiti’s new True Tahiti Discovery and Tahitian Energy packages tempt French Polynesian travelers to savor the rich cultural gems or to experience the best of the sporting life with one of the island’s most beloved hotels as your starting point.  Guests can visit or call 1.800.782.9488 to book the Sheraton Hotel Tahiti’s two one-of-a-kind cultural packages:




  • Three nights in a Superior Room overlooking the aquamarine lagoons
  • Complimentary Upgrade to a Deluxe Room upon availability
  • Daily Breakfast at The Moevai, the hotel’s overwater restaurant
  • Welcome Drink of Fresh Pineapple Juice  
  • Sweet Dreams Polynesian Pillow


Cultural Itinerary

  • Day 1

Arrival at Tahiti International Airport & Private Transfer to Sheraton Tahiti


  • Day 2

Half-day Island Tour that includes:

    • A visit to the Musée de Tahiti, a captivating exploration of the topography, geography, history and development of the modern day island nation. embracing Tahitian culture
    • Taharaa Lookout Point – a stunning vista of the Bay where Captain Cook first sailed into the islands.
    • Marche’ Open Market in Downtown Papeete
    • Faarumai Waterfalls – A short walk down a bamboo lined path leads to a majestic 100 ft. waterfall.
    • A stop at Tahiti’s stunning black sand beaches.

Romantic Dinner at The Moevai, the hotel’s overwater restaurant


  • Day 3

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