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Tahiti To Celebrate Its Wet and Wild Side During the Bora Bora Liquid Festival
October 27 2011

Bora Bora has rightly become known as  an idyllic hideaway for lovers and escape artists. But the island’s jagged peaks and lapis-colored lagoon are a world-class playground for active types seeking adventures ranging from trekking lush mountains to enjoying the world’s fastest growing watersport, SUP, or stand-up paddle.

 

This winter, travelers can escape the chill and have the chance to participate in these activities during the first annual Bora Bora Liquid Festival, scheduled to take at place at Matira Beach from December 12-18, 2011. The Liquid Festival celebrates authentic Tahitian culture with an abundance of activities designed to transport attendees into the heart of French Polynesia. They will find an exciting week-long program filled with competitions and races featuring world-class aquatic athletes such as Alex Kostich competing in events such as long distance swims, circle-island Va’a Polynesian outrigger races and SUP sprints.

 

In addition to the adrenalin-pumping competitive events, guests will also enjoy DJs spinning at beach parties, festive barbecues, traditional Tahitian dancing expositions, kids’ programs, watersports lessons, and deeply discounted tours and activities open to everyone, including guided Waverunner tours and unforgettable shark and ray feeding adventures. The mid-December timing is also ideal, making for a great getaway for active and family travelers that doesn’t conflict with Christmas or the New Year’s holidays.

 

Known originally as the Bora Bora IronMana, the Bora Bora Liquid Festival began in 2000 as the only Va'a-1 (one-man traditional Polynesian outrigger) endurance paddling event in the world covering over 56km, or 34 miles. The brainchild of Bora-based aquatic athlete Stephan Lambert, the event has grown over the past decade into a much larger, inclusive event open to all that celebrates local culture as well as sporting excellence.

 

New Travel Package Makes Attending Easy

The competition takes place from Dec. 14-18, 2011, and new, accessibly priced travel packages starting at $1650 for a full week (December 12 – 18) allow visitors to experience the competition, festivities and multiple island adventures. Created by KainaluXT in partnership with Tahiti Legends, Sofitel Luxury Hotels and global travel blog wandermelon.com, the packages include inter-island air, hotel, a full Liquid Festival pass for all activities and partial meals. And the best part: it all takes place amidst the breathtaking beauty and island ambiance that make Bora Bora legendary.

 

For full package details, more information and to book, visit www.boraboraliquidfestival.com

 

 

 

Contact Information
For further information, please contact the Tahiti Tourisme Public Relations Team:

Cait Langley
Communications Coordinator
Ph: (310) 414-8484 ext 222
Fx: (310) 414-8490
CLangley@tahiti-tourisme.com

 

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For all articles, please list the following contact information for the official Destination Marketing Office for the islands of Tahiti in North America:

Tahiti Tourisme North America
9841 Airport Blvd, Suite 1120
Los Angeles, CA 90045
Phone: (310) 414-8484
Fax: (310) 414-8490
Email: Info@Tahiti-Tourisme.com
Website: www.Tahiti-Tourisme.com


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CLangley@tahiti-tourisme.com


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