Moorea Made Easier for Australians

Australian travellers now have another reason to visit Tahiti’s sister island of Moorea during 2011, with Tahiti Tourisme’s Moorea Madness discount card offering visitors savings of up to 15 per cent on a variety of holiday experiences.

Valid for all of this year, the Moorea Madness card offers discounts on transport, tours, restaurants, spa treatments and shopping, making it easier for Australians to experience the magic of Moorea.

Moorea Madness discounts include:

  • Up to 15 per cent off Moana Lagoon excursions, 4WD Safari excursions, Circle Island Tours visiting the famous Belvedere lookout and All-terrain Fun Tours with Albert Rent-A-Car
  • Up to 10 per cent off traditional Tahitian spa treatments at the stunning Hilton Moorea Lagoon Resort & Spa, Moorea Pearl Resort and Spa and Helene Spa
  • Up to 20 per cent off car rentals with Avis Car Rental, Europcar, and Albert Rent-A-Car and 10 per cent savings on scooter and bike rentals with Moorea Fun-Bike
  • A 5 per cent saving on jewelry at Tahia Collins Pearl Shop, and
  • Up to 10 per cent off meals at some of Moorea’s best restaurants, including Restaurant La Plantation, Motu Iti, Legends Gourmet at Legends Resort Moorea and Pure restaurant at the Sofitel Moorea Ia Ora Beach Resort.

Discounts apply to direct bookings only and conditions apply. Moorea Madness discount cards are available from Tahiti Tourisme on 1300 655 563 or your nearest registered travel agent.

Australians visiting Moorea should also grab a copy from their travel agent of the 2011 Tahiti For Australians guide, packed with updated information on weather, prices, time differences, what to pack, events, food, and even some language tips.


Source = Tahiti Tourisme
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