When I travel, I want different. No Chick-Fil-A, Pizza Hut, and Best Buy signs for me.
I like to say goodbye to strip mall sameness and hello to new cultures. I want what I don’t have at home. Better and more interesting adventures abound when you do this.
Tahiti – ‘Different from Home’ – in a Very Good Way!
‘Different from home’ is what you can expect with a trip to Tahiti. And, just 8 hours from Los Angeles makes Tahiti extremely appealing.
Your Tahitian vacation STARTS before take-off in LAX when you board Air Tahiti Nui.
The goal isn’t simply to get the passenger from Point A to Point B but to enhance the vacation experience and transport passengers to French Polynesia right from the get go.
It begins with your first ‘Ia Orana’ from the all Polynesian crew onboard.
Enjoy a Tiare flower greeting while you listen to sounds of the Ukulele. (Tiare greeting hint: a tiare placed over your left ear signals you’re taken. Place it on your right ear if you’re still available.)
Take note of the Polynesian colors of the cabin design that create quite a contrast to your typical airline experience.
Eat Polynesian and French inspired meals –
instead of the plastic wrapped turkey sub with the somewhat soggy lettuce.
After Take-Off, the crew changes into more traditional Tahitian attire, once more adding to your ‘Different from Home’ experience.
I can get a lot of things at home. But this, I can’t get. This is Bucket List Trip worthy. If you haven’t thought of Tahiti before, you might add it to your own bucket list.
Enjoy your ride to the islands as well onboard Air Tahiti Nui. It’s totally worth it.
Here are just a few highlights of flying with Air Tahiti Nui:
- Tahitian hospitality from the crew
- Polynesian and French inspired meals
- Personal High definition touch screen entertainment systems
- Personal USB port at each seat
- Amenity kit with games available to kids
- Poerave Business Class – seats recline to a full 160 degrees for privacy (I like this A LOT)
Have you been to Tahiti? I’d love to hear about your experience!
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Photography Credits: Air Tahiti Nui