Xterra Tahiti Triathlon kicks off in October
As off-the-beaten-track, offline adventures, and slow travel trends are increasingly becoming a common occurrence on Kiwis’ bucket lists, it might be difficult to know which destinations have the best adventure-clad offerings.
There’s now a very compelling reason why The Islands of Tahiti should be on every active traveller’s list for a hiking holiday: Xterra Tahiti Triathlon is kicking off on the 22nd and 23rd of October on the beautiful island of Moorea.
It’s the dream multisport race with a 1.5km open water swim in the azure blue waters, a 34km mountain bike trail with 1,000 meters of elevation gain across the gorgeous mountain peaks and a tropical jungle 10km trail run with 340 meters of elevation gain.
Once you’ve completed the track, why not recharge lounging in an overwater bungalow or on a sailing boat marvelling at what is probably one of the most beautiful places on earth?
With 118 equally as beautiful islands to choose from, there’s an abundance of accommodation options from luxurious overwater bungalows, guesthouses run by locals, catamarans and boutique cruise lines, and even private islands. Travellers visiting the islands can feel confident in choosing the destination for their next trip, knowing that they can truly relax amid pristine beaches, intimate and secluded bungalows, and feel as isolated as Robinson Crusoe.
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About Tahiti Tourisme:
Tahiti Tourisme is the DMO (Destination Marketing Organization) for the country of French Polynesia, more commonly known as The Islands of Tahiti. Comprising 118 breathtaking islands, and the original home of the overwater bungalow, The Islands of Tahiti is consistently ranked as one of the world’s most beautiful and desirable holiday destinations.
Tahiti Tourisme oversees all marketing, advertising, public relations, promotions, events and travel trade programs globally. With the primary mission of increasing visitor arrivals to The Islands of Tahiti, this economic interest group is composed of a local team working with 12 representative offices worldwide to reach 18 international markets.
To learn more, visit www.TahitiTourisme.org