Our second unique destination today is Tahiti. Yes…lots of honeymooners have made their way to these exotic islands, however, Katie has found a way to make a visit to the Tahitian Islands a once-in-a-lifetime kind of trip PERFECT for honeymooners. Check out what she thinks might make for an unforgettable experience…
It is no secret that the Tahitian Islands are a popular honeymoon destination. Tahiti boasts gorgeous resorts, over-water bungalows, and breathtaking beaches. However, this isn’t the only way to visit Tahiti. One of the more adventurous and unique options for exploring Tahiti is to charter a private sailboat.
The boats have a captain and a personal chef on board that cooks customized meals for you. Breakfast in bed, picnic lunch on the beach, cocktails at sunset…it’s all up to you! How amazing is that?
There are so many things that make chartering a sailboat an amazing experience, but quite possibly the best part is that you set your own agenda. You can choose to visit private islands and secluded beach coves, or coastal villages dotted along the coast. So you can see as many or as few people as you would like. Talk about privacy!
All charters start on the island of Raiatea, and then you can visit the islands of Huahini, Bora Bora, Taha’a, and many smaller islands in between. The crew always has great suggestions for secluded beaches (only accessible by private boat), amazing hikes, the best snorkeling, and whatever other activity suits your fancy. After a day of shopping and a night of partying, the crew can sail you off to a private cove for the two of you to relax and get away. Usually your agenda is set the night before over cocktails. How amazing does that sound?
Culinary Concierge, Carrie, suggests two great places to dine at when in Bora Bora (Tahiti).
A casual (barefoot) alternative to the Island’s French fusion fare, this is fresh fish at its finest. Your seafood selection from the daily catch is made to order and the service is Polynesian perfection.
5 Tables. 1 Chef. 1 Waiter.
Reservations must be made two-months in advance for Chef Damien Rinaldi Dovioo’s French cuisine that is combined with Asian and Tropical flavors to compliment its romantic Mediterranean ambiance. Often described by brides & grooms as the most memorable meal of their ‘moon.