Tahiti, French Polynesia Travel

About Your Trip
Escape the everyday with a well-deserved DreamBreak and enjoy your DreamTrips™ Membership a different way — on your own, instead of in a group! Your DreamBreak does not include a host so you can create your own adventures, your way. To maximize your enjoyment, download the DreamTrips app to access DreamTrips Local — then earn points on dining, entertainment, spa experiences & more at select spots recommended by DreamTrippers just like you!


Gather up the family, pack your swimsuit and get ready to soak up the sun at an island paradise on the west coast of Tahiti. It’s a world of volcanic mountains, coral reefs, lush rainforests and sandy beaches — all ready for you to experience!

On this DreamBreak, you’ll stay at a seaside resort, where you can do as much — or as little — as you wish. Start your days lazing by the infinity pool shaded by palm trees or relaxing in a lounger on a motu, or very small island, with ocean breezes gently blowing. If the surf is calling you, swim in the calm lagoon between the white-sand beach and coral reef along the coastline. Looking for thrills? All types of water sports are available to keep everyone entertained — use your included discount on water sports to try jet skiing, paddleboarding or kayaking. Then, pamper yourself with your included spa discount and dining credit!

Venturing beyond the resort is easy, too. Visit Papeete, the island’s bustling port city. Its waterfront esplanade is dotted with restaurants and bars. Shoppers can check out the traditional market that sells everything from souvenirs to vegetables, while nature enthusiasts can head to Bougainville Park to explore its tranquil paths and take in views of the ocean. Beyond Papeete, you’ll find Fautaua Falls, Arahoho Blowhole and the volcanic black-sand beach La Plage de Maui. No matter what you choose to do, there’s always time for a delicious meal with family and friends — buffet breakfasts are included throughout your entire stay!

What we love:
• Once the sun goes down, food trucks — known locally as roulottes — open for business, selling authentic cuisine from their open-air venues.
• Looking for Tahitian souvenirs? Try black pearls, colorful pareus, monoi oil or vanilla beans.
• Le Truck bus system, a popular mode of transportation, offers an affordable way to get around.