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Divorce: Your New Excuse to Get to Tahiti

by Angelique Platas

May 16, 2019

Martin Valigursky – Dreamstime.com

Destinations / Oceania

Famously known as a dream destination for weddings, honeymoons and romantic getaways, Tahiti now appeals to a whole new relationship status: divorce. For anyone honoring the closing of a chapter, launching a new start or celebrating the end of a long and stressful divorce, True Tahiti Vacation offers a slew of offerings specifically designed to commemorate that conscious uncoupling.

Already focused on bringing travelers the most healing, picturesque and fun escape to the Islands of Tahiti, it seemed like a natural next step for True Tahiti Vacation to cater to a new audience of travelers.

After the challenges of a breakup, it seems like a healing retreat is in order. For those who don’t necessarily want to Eat Pray Love their way through vacation and would rather swim, zip line and be pampered, this list is for you.

Let Freedom Ring
Celebrate your newfound freedom with seven nights of luxury and fun on the islands of Moorea and Taha’a. Start off with a three-night stay in a luxury bungalow at the Sofitel Moorea Ia Ora Beach Resort before heading to Taha’a. Your days and nights will be filled doing whatever you want, when you want, including jet-ski tours, full-day lagoon cruises with a safari tour and picnic, or complete alone time — it’s up to you. This package begins at $3,986 a person.

Paradise view of Rangiroa atoll, French Polynesia.

Excursion on Rangiroa, French Polynesia. Photo: Mfron – Dreamstime.com

New Adventures

Another day, another seven-night getaway, but this time, in Bora Bora and Rangiroa. Take in the beautiful views of Bora Bora with a four-night stay at Le Meridien Bora Bora Resort in a beach bungalow. End the trip on the beaches of Rangiroa at the Kia Ora Resort with snorkeling, four-wheel-drive tours of the island, Tahitian barbecues and more, with packages beginning at $4,718.

Living the Dream
Beginning at $7.209 per person, guests of the Living the Dream package enjoy a five-night stay on Bora Bora. Stay at the St. Regis Bora Borra Resort in an ultra-luxury Overwater Premier Otemanu Villa. Relax in your villa’s whirlpool, indulge in a 45-minute massage or hit the floating bar of the Vitamin Sea racing catamaran.

Your Best Life
For five nights and $10,512, you can live Your Best Life at The Brando on Tetiaroa. This package is all-inclusive and completely luxurious — fitting of the name and the ultimate way to celebrate, relax and restart.

Each package offers the unique opportunity to do everything, and nothing, you want to do, when you want to, or not — after all, it’s your divorceabration.

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