Full Moon Dreams of Tahiti Cruise

September 16-23, 2021

7 Nights/ 8 Days

from $3,299 per person

Private Charter of Windstar’s Wind Spirit

Source invites you to reconnect and celebrate on a spectacular voyage through the Society Islands of Tahiti. From colorful reefs to dramatic mountains, secluded beaches and welcoming culture, you will find what you need to revive your senses and rediscover your spirit of adventure. Sailing through French Polynesia is a postcard-perfect way to experience everything this South Pacific dreamscape has to offer. And with just 130 travelers on the 5-Star Wind Spirit, you’ll feel like you’re sailing on your own private yacht.

Check out our video below for a taste of what awaits!

CRUISE HIGHLIGHTS & AMENITIES:

 

 

  • Full Moon Celebration Feast with Fire Dancers in Bora Bora
  • Special outrigger lagoon tour in Bora Bora
  • Harvest your own black pearls
  • Drift snorkeling and optional scuba diving
  • Water activities from the ship’s marina platform
  • Island BBQ lunch
  • Theme parties, T-dances & special entertainment
  • Kayak through tropical lagoons
  • Award-winning Windstar cuisine & service
  • Choose from 3 restaurants and 24-hour room service
  • Complimentary soft beverages, including bottled water, sodas, fresh juices, milk, fruit smoothies, tea, coffee, cappuccinos, lattes, mochas, and expresso

ITINERARY

SEPT 16

Papeete, Tahiti

The legendary seductress of sailors and capital of French Polynesia. Both Captain Cook and later Captain Bligh dealt with sailors who longed to stay in this tropical paradise (One more successfully than the other). And while the city is no longer the primitive village it once was, it retains its own set of charms. From Papeete Harbor, you can feast your eyes on Moorea. You’ll find that Tahiti is one of the most popular gay travel destinations in the world; gay marriage has been legal in Tahiti since 2013.

Departure: 5:00 pm

SEPT 17

Moorea (Cook’s Bay)

In the running for the most beautiful island in the world, Moorea’s even more awesome at sunset. The downtown market, “Le Marché”, is the best place to purchase your hand-dyed pareau (sarong). And when your stomach starts to growl from looking at the fresh island produces, head to the waterfront and Vai’ete Square to dine with the locals from food trucks known as “Les Roulottes”. Have you seen the musical “South Pacific”? then the easiest way to describe Moorea is to tell you that it was probably the inspiration for James Michener’s Bali Hai. It’s what most people dream of when they picture a gorgeous South Seas Island – jagged green volcanic peaks, a shallow blue lagoon bedded by white sand, tiny motus (islets) offshore. The island’s 12,000 residents are keenly aware they have an image to uphold, so they buried all the unsightly power cables to give you seamless views of paradise.

Arrival: 6:00 am / Departure: 5:00 pm

 

SEPT 18

Raiatea

This is one of the most traditional islands. It’s few thousand residents live a tranquil life fishing, raising livestock, and growing crops from the sought-after vanilla bean to watermelon and copra. You may be lucky enough to see the villagers stone fishing just like their ancestors once did. They wade into the lagoon slapping the water with stones tied to ropes, which drives the fish ashore. The island also produces some of the finest black pearls in the Pacific – a testament to the purity of the water.

Arrival: 8:00 am / Departure: 5:00 pm

SEPT 19

Taha’a

We will spend the day on a private island complete with swaying palm trees and white sand beaches. Swim, snorkel and enjoy a variety of water sports in the crystal-clear waters. There will be a delicious barbecue lunch and tropical drinks waiting for you. Explore Tahaa with optional excursions to discover the vanilla plantations and sacred sites of the island.

Arrival: 8:00 am / Departure: 5:00 pm

SEPT 20

Bora Bora

Bora Bora is a major international destination, famous for its aqua-centric luxury resorts. The major settlement, Vaitape, is on the western side of the main island, opposite the main channel into the lagoon. Produce of the island is mostly limited to what can be obtained from the sea and the plentiful coconut trees, which were economically important for the production of copra (coconut oil). Bora Bora has a permanent population of 8,800 residents. Special Event planned: Bora Bora is surrounded by a number of tiny islets called “motu”- small, pristine, secluded paradises that offer privacy, beauty, and relaxing ambiance. Our Source guests will spend the evening in Paradise followed by a scrumptious dinner and a Fire Dancers show. Best of all, we’ll be experiencing a Full Moon over Bora Bora.

Arrival: 9:00 am

SEPT 21

Bora Bora

A deep, crystal-clear lagoon surrounds the two islands while magnificent bays and white-sand beaches add drama and solitude to their virtues. Relatively unchanged by the modern world, Huahine offers a slower taste of old Polynesia. With only eight small villages scatted across the island, the few residents welcome visitors with great kindness. Not surprisingly, this fertile world offers rich soil providing the local farmers a bountiful harvest of vanilla, melons, and bananas.

Arrival: 7:00 am / Departure: 5:00 pm

SEPT 22

Huahine

A deep, crystal-clear lagoon surrounds the two islands while magnificent bays and white-sand beaches add drama and solitude to their virtues. Relatively unchanged by the modern world, Huahine offers a slower taste of old Polynesia. With only eight small villages scatted across the island, the few residents welcome visitors with great kindness. Not surprisingly, this fertile world offers rich soil providing the local farmers a bountiful harvest of vanilla, melons, and bananas.

Arrival: 7:00 am / Departure: 5:00 pm

SEPT 23

Papeete, Tahiti

Return to Papeete for your evening flight or extend your stay.

Arrival: 9:00 am

EXTENSIONS

Pre and Post-Cruise: Intercontinental Tahiti Resort & Spa

We’re excited to announce our Host Hotel in Tahiti. The 5-star Intercontinental Tahiti Resort & Spa features:  a lavish garden setting, a gorgeous turquoise lagoon, volcanic peaks in the distance – The Intercontinental Tahiti Resort & Spa is the perfect launch point for our Dreams of Tahiti Cruise.

Located on the main island in Papeete only two kilometers from the airport and city shopping, this is your first stop in French Polynesia, welcoming you into a lush 12-hectare tropical garden, surrounded by clear, cerulean seas. With overwater bungalows, lagoon-view, and garden-view rooms, our premium accommodation provides panoramic views over beautiful Tahiti, showcasing the sparkling ocean and the volcanic mountains of the neighboring island, Moorea.

With a luxury spa, lush overwater bungalows, tropical gardens, and a wide range of water sports, the InterContinental Tahiti Resort & Spa is the quintessential island escape, with everything you need for a true French Polynesian getaway.

The following rates apply:

$259 per person double occupancy – Superior Room

  •    1-night hotel arrival on Wednesday, September 15th – September 16th includes breakfast, taxes, and transfers between hotel and ship. Check-in time at 3:00 pm.

$459 per person double occupancy – Superior Room 

  •   2-nights hotel arrival on Tuesday, September 14th – September 16th includes breakfast, taxes, and transfers between hotel and ship. Check-in time at 3:00 pm.

 $629 per person double/single occupancy – Superior Room

  •   3-nights hotel arrival on Monday, September 13th – September 16th includes breakfast, taxes, and transfers between hotel and ship. Check-in time at 3:00 pm.

$340 per room

  •    Day Room – September 23rd – from 3 pm – 9 pm

Please Note: Overwater Bungalows are SOLD OUT! If you would like pricing for early check-in (prior to 3 pm) please let us know.

To Reserve hotel packages, please email reservations@sourceevents.com which package option you would like. Room Rates are guaranteed and based on availability. Reservations require a $200 deposit per person. Room reservations can be canceled prior to August 14th. Hotel Packages are non-refundable after August 14th.

SHIP

Wind Spirit – Windstar Cruises

The Wind Spirit, the sister ship of the Wind Star, was fully renovated in 2020 four-masted sailing yacht accommodating 135 guests. With four decks and a gross tonnage of 5,350, the Wind Star feels like your own private yacht. Wind Spirit features wide open, teak decks-quite unusual for small ships. With over 10,000 square feet of open deck space, guests will find hidden nooks for private moments giving them a feeling of being on their own private yacht.

The Source Events All-Gay Windstar experience: THERE’S NOTHING QUITE LIKE IT ON EARTH Tall billowing sails – brilliant blue seas – sun-drenched teak decks. You’re with your close friends – old and new – discovering the world’s finest destinations. Nurturing your mind, body, and soul as you explore tiny harbors and hidden coves where no one else can go. Invigorating your senses with 5-Star cuisine and celebrating all life has to offer. This is the inspiration behind every Source Events Windstar Gay Cruise.

PRICING

KeyCabin ClassPriceAvailabilityBook Now
Owner's Suite - Deck 1$5,699.00 / personWait List BOOK NOW
Category AX - Mid Ship Deck 2$3,899.00 / personLimited BOOK NOW
Category A - Forward/Aft Deck 2$3,699.00 / personLimited BOOK NOW
Category BX - Mid Ship Deck 1$3,499.00 / personLimited BOOK NOW
Category B - Forward/Aft Deck 1$3,299.00 / personSold Out BOOK NOW

Included in this Journey

  • Deluxe Oceanview Staterooms
  • Award-Winning Windstar Cuisine
  • 3 Dining Options
  • 24 hour Room Service
  • Fresh flowers and fruit basket in each room
  • Bathrobes, slippers & spacious closets
  • Complimentary soft beverages, including bottled water, sodas, fresh juices, milk, fruit smoothies, tea, coffee, cappuccinos, lattes, mochas, and express water-sports Platform (marina), equipment includes complimentary snorkel gear, Sunfish sailboats, windsurfers, kayaks, and water mats.
  • Celebration Feast in Bora Bora with Fire Dancers

Not Included in this Journey

  • International airfare
  • Trip cancellation insurance
  • Shipboard purchases
  • Port fees of $249 per person
  • Gratuities of $125 per person
  • Pre and post-cruise package
  • Optional excursions

BOOKING INQUIRY

Dreams of Tahiti Full Moon Cruise

  • How Many Guests Will Be Going on Your Journey? (including you!)
  • Which options would you like? (If some guests require different packages, don't worry. Contact us directly and we'll work it out with you.)

Please Note: Prices are per person based on double occupancy. Does not include international airfare, trip cancellation insurance, shipboard purchases, gratuities, pre and post-cruise package, or optional excursions. The following additional fees apply based on double occupancy: Port fees of $249 and prepaid gratuities of $125. Single Occupancy: individuals who prefer a cabin to themselves will be charged a 200% surcharge of the double occupancy rate. If imposed by the cruise line, there may be an $80 per passenger fuel surcharge fee. Valid Passports Required: Non-US Passport holders may be required to secure a visa. Passports must be valid for six months beyond the return date. Arrival and Departure airport in Tahiti is PPT. – New Entry and Stay Conditions for Islands of Tahiti Starting from May 1, 2021 – These conditions are updated periodically. Source Events will continue to update our travelers if there are any changes to the Covid-19 protocols for entry and day in Tahiti. If you have any questions, please call Source Events at 305-672-9779.

ADDRESS:

605 Lincoln Road, Suite 410
Miami Beach, FL 33139
1-305-672-9779
1-888-768-7238

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