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Flt# Date City Pair Depart Arrive
NZ09 15JUN Honolulu / Auckland 11:55p 7:15a (17Jun)
NZ40 17JUN Auckland / Tahiti 9:15a 4:15p (16Jun)
NZ41 22JUN Tahiti / Auckland 8:30a 12:35p (23Jun)
NZ10 30JUN Auckland / Honolulu 11:00a 9:55p (29Jun)

Vaiete Soccer Club will plan another "exciting and dream trip" to New Zealand ~ Auckland & Rotorua and Tahiti ~ Moorea & Huahine...

 

Departing June 15th and returning June 29th, 2007.

SOCCER SNOW ●  SUNSHINE SEAFOOD  STEAK

 

Auckland ~ New Zealand

Based on “Spirit of Aroha” visitors get a quintessential warm hearted Maori welcome to Aotearoa~New Zealand.   We believe most overseas visitors arriving at our airport, whether for the first time, or returning again, disembark and pass through the formalities excited to (finally) arrive and with high expectations of their visit.   We want the experience of arrival to be embracing, emotional, exciting and set the tone for the rest of your visit and the time of your lives. The Koru Welcome will give you the very first taste of indigenous New Zealand and its bi-cultural society through the words of welcome and visual impression afforded by the Maori “Navigators” who will greet you, but also in the “Taonga” (small treasures) given to each visitor in a “Spirit of Aroha”.   So look out for our men in black holding aloft the tewhatewha (staff).   They will offer a hand-made harakeke (distinctive New Zealand flower) or a piece of greenstone, and a brief welcome in our native tongue.  Then they will take you on a stress-free journey to the city and your hotel and on the way you will enjoy the panoramic views of this green and beautiful city.

Papeete ~ Tahiti

An invitation to her islands… The vacation beyond the ordinary… Island covered in vibrant greens surrounded by crystal clear waters… And outlined with endless beaches, the place where a romantic fantasy… Becomes an unforgettable reality…

Tahiti, a land of spellbinding beauty and enchantment, where the climate is delightful, creating a perfect setting for a romantic vacation.  Exotic images of dancers, fragrant flowers, lush jungles, tall waterfalls, majestic mountains, and sandy beaches surrounded by turquoise colored seas.  Here, at least, life is meant to be enjoyed.  Travelers can stay as busy as they choose with any water activities such as Canoe Paddling, Water Skiing, Snorkeling, Scuba Diving and Deep Sea Fishing.  Other optional tours available are Golf, Tennis, Bike ridding, hiking and many more.  Maybe just relaxing in a hammock enjoying the sunset on the ocean will be the memory that lasts a lifetime.  Learn some history of the Islands at the Museum of Tahiti, at the Gauguin Museum you will see displays of the artist’s life and art, while at the “Lagoonarium” view the undersea world in all it’s slendor.

Tahiti and her islands’ waters are famous for the Jewel of the Sea.  Pearls, which range in many marvelous color, the most popular is the Black Pearl.  Visit the Black Pearl Museum on the waterfront in Papeete.  There are shops on every island offering handcraft items and restaurants with menus featuring French, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, Southeast Asian, and American Cuisine.

Unlike any other group of islands in the world, Tahiti and her island of Moorea, has their spectacular bays and white sand beaches.  Bora Bora, is considered the most beautiful island in the world.  Rangiroa, is the largest coral atoll in the South Pacific.  Huahine, has tropical gardens with rolling hills and lush foliage.  Raiatea, has been the religious and cultural center of Polynesia.  Tetiaroa, has a small wreath of 12 islets enclosing a sparkling lagoon, while Manihi, is the home of the Pearl Farms.

Thought by many to be the most beautiful and romantic place on earth, these islands have attracted those with the spirit of romance and adventure for over 200 years.

 

Your air travel cost:

Club member & one (1) guest: $899.00 per person + taxes

Non-member: $1199 per person + taxes

 

To reserve your space, please contact Roger at (808) 779-6872 or [email here]

 

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