Free Kids Flights, Suite Discounts and Family Paradise in Bora Bora | My Family Travels

The Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora welcomes families to its Polynesian paradise with a special value package through winter, spring, summer, all the way until the end of 2014.

With their current resort offer, you receive a complimentary 4th night with a stay of three consecutive paid nights — a savings of 25%. You’ll have to check with them about availability, get in touch with your travel agent, or visit the The Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora website for more information and bookings.

But aren’t you looking for the ultimate tropical family vacation?  The Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora offers families with kids of any age their terrific Kids For All Seasons program (ages 5-12), Chill Island for teens, and an array of family activities. With their ongoing Family Plan, you can book a gorgeous room and get 50% off a second room for children.  You’re guaranteed free access to the kids programs, and you can enjoy a leisurely daily buffet breakfast in view of the sea, for two adults and two children, at no charge.

If you’re sailing there, set your GPS to the Four Seasons Bora Bora located at Motu Tehotu – BP 547, 98730 Bora Bora, French Polynesia. (Call + 689/603 130 if you get lost.)

No yacht at home?  We’re not done saving you money:  Air Tahiti Nui, the region’s main carrier, loves kids too, as you can tell with their Tahiti Family Special.

They are offering two free children’s tickets to ages 2-11 with every two adult tickets. And adult tickets are priced starting at only $1682 from Los Angeles. All you have to pay for the kids are government taxes which will be between $58 & $103 depending on your departure point (Los Angeles is their main hub.)

With these special airfares for the family, you can explore several of these Pacific Islands and share the tranquility of the South Pacific Seas with your children. Enjoy a dolphin encounter at DolphinQuest, see the turtle refuge, snorkel, scuba or simply enjoy the warm sun and sand of Tahiti and her islands.

Tahiti is a once in a lifetime destination, so you may want to take advantage of this offer while it lasts.

 

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