On June 4, the Earth, Sun, and Venus will align themselves to create an eclipse seen only once every century. Called the “Transit of Venus,” this phenomenon was first recorded in Tahiti in 1639 by captain James Cook.
This year, Air Tahiti Nui and Le Meridien Tahiti Resort have partnered up to offer a Transit of Venus package to provide your clients a view just like Captain Cook had. The package includes roundtrip airfare on Air Tahiti Nui, 5-night accommodations in a Deluxe Ocean View room at Le Meridien Tahiti Resort, a half-day Circle Island Tour of Tahiti, the Transit of Venus viewing plus lecture and 3-course Venus Dinner, and a full day tour to Moorea.
Rates start at $2,999 pp dbl, which is also inclusive of inter-island air transfers; roundtrip private car transfers to and from the airport; and daily breakfast, lunch and dinner for two. For more information, call (800) 200-1213 or visit airtahitinui-usa.com.