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The Islands of Tahiti. Perfect for your Honeymoon and Wedding! [sponsored]

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Let Air Tahiti Nui take you to the most romantic place on earth.

Traveling to Tahiti For Honeymooners, or anyone seeking a South Pacific escape, staying in an overwater bungalow with direct access via a private deck into the world renowned Tahitian lagoons or lounging on the balcony of a thatched roof hideaway with all the amenities and service of a first class hotel room is the ultimate experience.

Air Tahiti Nui makes getting to Tahiti easy and simple with two flights per day and only eight hours nonstop from Los Angeles. Tahiti is the same time zone as Hawaii and Canadian citizen only need a valid passport.

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Getting Married in Tahiti By French Polynesian law, Canadian and Americans may be legally wed in Tahiti and this can be arranged via a professional travel agent. You may also wish to indulge in Traditional Tahitian wedding, adorned with flower crowns and leis, a white pareu, local dancers and musicians and wrapping the couple in a traditional tifaifai, or Tahitian quilt.

The Islands of Tahiti
D8B_9354_RETOUCHED_RGB_LORESSince the famous Mutiny on the Bounty in the late 18th century, the Islands of Tahiti have been seducing visitors with their incredible beauty and friendly Polynesian people. When Marlon Brando filmed the 1962 version of Mutiny in Tahiti, he left the islands owning the atoll of Tetiaroa as well as a Tahitian wife!

During the years since Brando’s visit Tahiti has only improved upon its exotic beauty of incredible lagoons, soaring peaks and 50 shades of blue water with the development of the overwater bungalow, now the quintessential icon of paradise.

With 118 islands, and less visitors in a year than Hawaii receives in a week, French Polynesia has the perfect South Pacific experience awaiting you.

The Islands of Tahiti are the most romantic place on earth. It’s where honeymooners go to begin a lifetime of love and devotion. It’s where married people go to renew their vows and fall in love again. Maybe it’s because love is alive in the pure Polynesian air. Perhaps it’s the golden light that bathes your relationship in a warm glow.

This is a sponsored post. The content is paid for by our advertising partners. Learn more about Air Tahiti Nui at http://www.airtahitinui.com/

This article was originally published on Sep 08, 2014
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