Book by: April 9
Travel by: June 15
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In the quest for world peace and affordable jet-setting, ShermansTravel editors have spotted a common trait that unites the residents of Mexico, the United States, and Canada: They can all fly round-trip to Tahiti for the low price of $1,226.
When booking by April 9, Air Tahiti Nui offers equal airfare for all — regardless of departure city (flights connect in Los Angeles).
Rates are valid on airfare to Papeete from 91 North-American cities, between April 20 and May 31, and all round-trip travel must be completed by June 15. There are no blackout dates.
Additionally, this spectacular deal includes an unadvertised perk for families flying with children. Air Tahiti Nui is reducing sales prices by 25 percent for travelers between the ages of 2 and 11, and by 90 percent for globetrotters under 12 months.
An unparalleled vacation destination, the French-Polynesian archipelago floats in the glinting waters of the South-Pacific Ocean.
Waterfalls, lagoons, mountains and scores of banyan trees adorn the exotic coast of Tahiti, also known for its over-water hotel bungalows with glass floors, suspended like private harbors above sea life.
Tahiti has long been appreciated for its vibrant nightlife, open-air natural spas, and eclectic cuisine, which pairs French, Chinese, and island flavors.
Flat fare includes fuel surcharges, but excludes government taxes $90 and over, which vary based on departure city.
After booking is completed, any change in ticketing incurs a $100 charge.
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