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The concierges at Le Méridien Tahiti and Le Méridien Bora Bora give us the inside story on the islands.
The Concierge at Le Méridien Tahiti:

O: What's your favorite view nearby?
The Belvedere, which is located on the heights of Papeete, or watching a beautiful sunset from the beach.

O: What's your favorite walk to suggest to visitors?
The "Te avaiti" walk in the Papenoo Valley.

O: Where do you send visitors looking for some peace and quiet?
To Tahiti Iti, the remote smaller peninsula of the island.

O: What are your favorite small treats?
Drinking coconut milk from the coconut, eating at the roulettes (restaurants on wheels on the Papeete waterfront), going to the market on Sunday morning.

O: What mistakes do you see visitors make?
Going to downtown Papeete on a Sunday afternoon because everything is closed at that time!

O: What is your favorite historical fact or piece of trivia or legend about the city or area?
The Three Waterfalls legend [a love story that explains how the three waterfalls in the Faaurumai valley got their names].

The Concierge at Le Méridien Bora Bora:

O: What's your favorite view in town?
The "Matira Point" to enjoy the sunset and view of the beautiful lagoon.

O: What's your favorite activity to suggest to visitors?
The ray and shark feeding trip on a Polynesian pirogue. This is the best way to discover our lagoon: circling the island with stops for swimming time.

O: Where do you send visitors looking for some peace and quiet?
To Maupiti island, the smallest and wildest island near Bora Bora.

O: What mistakes do you see visitors make?
Some guests forget their licenses (car, boat...). They also forget to put sunscreen on.



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