The Brando Resort – Tahitian Private Island

Found on the tiny island of Tetiaroa, The Brando Resort is situated on an atoll near twelve small islands and is about 50kms (30 miles) from Tahiti.

Tetiaroa was at one time a vital escape for the Tahitian sovereignty. They picked Tetiaroa rather than more than 100 different atolls that include French Polynesia.

The exceptional heaven and quietness that the island gives was rediscovered by Marlon Brando. Marlon who was an on-screen character in America, turned this island and its more than three-mile inward tidal pond, into his own heaven escape.

Marlon Brando never needed to shroud his island heaven and its social history. In the good ‘ol days he settled the objective to share the miracles and excellence of his atoll with the world.

He trusted that some time or another Tetiaroa would turn into a case to the world, of how individuals and the earth can live in congruity.

The magnificence and uniqueness of the way of life and history of Tetiaroa and French Polynesia is unquestionable. Initially found by voyagers from Southeast Asia about four-thousand years prior, and later rediscovered by European wayfarers, the managing stars have been directing explorers through the South Pacific to French Polynesia for centuries.

In spite of confusions that accompanied the Europeans uncovering, Tetiaroa stayed holy to the neighborhood individuals, which can be seen through the conservation of the land.

Open just by a 20 minute, private, eight-traveler plane ride, worked via Air Tetiaroa out of Tahiti’s Faa’a International Airport, The Brando was made to breath life into Marlon’s fantasy. The resort itself is situated on a 190-section of land island, named “Onetahi”.

Visitors are presently ready to visit the fundamental island of the resort, as well as ready to investigate any of the remote, pristine private islands encompassing the tidal pond, which can all be come to by either kayaks, or by foot.

Tauini, Tauroa and Hiraanae, situated on the northern side of the tidal pond, are isolated by a little break in the coral reef, alluded to as a “hoa”. This break is home to a huge swath of sea life, and all the time guests are sufficiently fortunate to find the lemon shark nursery in the zone. Once a coconut manor, with its own one of a kind dock and town, Rimatuu was the first of these islands to be occupied by Europeans. Reiono, home to a huge populace of coconut crabs, is the main islet that has safeguarded its crude rain timberland.

This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.