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Fire dancers at the Intercontinental Moorea Resort by Michael Cottam

When most people think Tahiti, they think “honeymoons”.  Actually there’s a lot to see and do for kids as well, especially on Tahiti Nui (the main island) and Moorea.  On the less touristy/popular islands, it’s mostly going to be about playing in the pool, on the beach, snorkeling, paddling, etc. and there will be fewer guided tours and activities.  

For the most part, you can get by with just English, although I’d recommend learning “hello” (“Ia Orana”) and “thank you” (“Mauruuru”) – you’ll get a nice positive response from the locals for trying (no matter how badly you butcher the language!).  If you speak French, you’ll find everyone is fluent in French on all of the islands.

Getting There

If you’re coming from the USA, you’ll probably be taking an overnight flight from LAX (Los Angeles).  You’ll keep the kids up a little late getting to the airport, then they’ll be tired and sleep on the plane (hopefully you will too), and you’ll all wake up in Tahiti about 8 hours later.

But the main island of Tahiti Nui, where international flights all land, is unlikely to be your final destination.  The vast majority of travelers will end up on one of the other islands, like Moorea or Bora Bora.  Moorea is cheap to get to via an inexpensive and short ferry ride – the other islands require an additional plane flight.

What Makes it Great for Kids?

If your kids are pretty young, they’ll probably be happy just hanging out and doing activities with you, or splashing around in the pool or at the beach.  If you have teenagers, you already know how easily they get bored, and how much they’d rather be hanging out with other teenagers. 

Many resorts will have babysitting available, so that’s an option if your kids are very young.  The larger the resort, the more likely it is that there will be other kids the same age as yours, which makes it more fun for them.

If your children are old enough to be unsupervised, then any of the islands will offer them fun, safe things to do: hiking, snorkeling, playing on the beach or in the pool, bicycle riding (mostly just on Moorea), boat and jet ski tours, and Polynesian shows (like a Hawaiian luau).

If you want some “us” time, and your kids needs supervision, it’s worth looking at resorts that have a “kids club” with supervised activities, so the two of you can go scuba diving, take a romantic boat ride, or just have quiet time.  Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora has their “Kids For All Seasons” program, with a supervised kids club; the St. Regis Bora Bora Resort has a Kids Creativity Club.

Pro Tip:

Before we dive into the different islands, I’ve got an important piece of advice for you:  use a Tahiti specialist travel agent.  They’ll be booking through a big Tahiti wholesaler like Classic Vacations or Tahiti Legends—if and when something goes wrong, you’ve got big leverage on your side to get it fixed and FAST.  If something is overbooked, or a transfer is reserved for the wrong day, or whatever, the vendor is going to “bump” the travelers whom they’re never going to hear from again.  If they have to make some client unhappy, they’re going to choose the one who booked online, because it’s not going to affect their business in the future.  They’re going to make sure first that the clients from the wholesaler who brings them 30% of their business are taken care of; and the wholesaler is going to make sure they take care of the clients of the agent who books a lot of Tahiti trips through them.

The best news is that, in general, the big wholesalers have deals as good as or better than the online travel agencies, so it’s not going to cost you any more to have that agent on your side.  Some agents will charge a planning fee, but it’s typically minimal, and mostly they’re making their money as a commission from the wholesaler and the hotel.

True story:  on my last trip to Tahiti, we got off the plane with our 3 kids and went to get our transfers for the ferry.  The local inbound operator didn’t have our reservations.  We showed them our printed itinerary from Classic Vacations, and they immediately gave us transfers and told us they’d figure it all out later.  Going through their most important wholesaler meant that although there was a problem, it wasn’t going to be OUR problem.

OK, let’s talk islands now!

Tahiti Nui

Sunset at Le Meridien on Tahiti Nui by Michael Cottam

You’re going to land there anyways, so might as well get to experience a little more of the non-resort Tahiti culture.  Papeete is the main city there, and the airport in Papeete is called Faa’a. Accommodations are relatively inexpensive, but you’re not going to get that Polynesian experience like on the outer islands.   Still, there are a few things to see and do that make it worthwhile taking a day and a night on the main island before you scoot off to another island for your overwater bungalow fix.

  • Les Roulottes – these are Papeete’s food carts, and they were popular here before the rest of the world caught on to what an awesome idea they are; night time only, opens at 6PM.
  • Marche de Papeete – That’s just French for “Papeete market”; local fresh fruits, flowers, vanilla, crafts, and pearls.
  • Arahoho Blowhole -it’s about a half hour east of Papeete, and one of the most visited natural wonders
  • Paofai Gardens – maybe a good walk to stretch your legs before getting on a ferry to Moorea, it’s right near downtown, and there’s a playground for young kids.
  • Paul Gaugin museum – this is one of those things that probably SOUNDS like a great idea, but it’s likely over most kids’ heads, and it’s about an hour’s drive from Papeete.

Moorea

Swimming with sharks and sting rays on Moorea by Michael Cottam

Moorea is super easy to get to by ferry (30 to 45 minutes, about $15 USD).  For a family of 4, that’s $60, vs. about $1600 to fly all of you to Bora Bora and back.  You can also fly to Moorea from Faa’a, but why?  The ferry is fun and scenic and after 8 hours from LAX, you’ll be ready for some fresh air and a little more legroom.

Moorea has a really good variety of accommodations, including garden bungalows, beach bungalows, and overwater bungalows.  The overwater bungalows get all the attention, but don’t discount the beach and garden bungalows – they’re generally pretty spectacular and roomy, some with outdoor showers, some with private plunge pools. 

At the Hilton, you have the option of adjoining bungalows, so the parents can have some privacy in one, with the kids next door; and the Sofitel Moorea has a luxurious 2-bedroom villa.  The Manava Beach Resort and Spa has the Family Garden Duplexes, with a king bed upstairs and 2 single beds downstairs; the Garden View Duplex has a king and a double sofa bed.  Les Tipaniers has the Vanilla Api bungalow, with 2 bedrooms and capacity for 6 people. 

Hotel Hibiscus has garden suites and bungalows available for that host up to 5 and 7 people respectively.  Hotel Kaveka has many options suitable for families.

We recently stayed at the Intercontinental Moorea, in two adjacent bungalows—parents in one, and the kids (9, 11, and 11) right next door. This resort is currently closed due to COVID however.

On Moorea, you’ll find tons of activities and adventures.  Just a couple of years ago, a zipline adventure opened up.  The staff, safety equipment, and setup were all first-rate, and we had no qualms about taking our kids on it.  They had so much fun the first time, we did it twice….and the torrential downpour just made it a better adventure.

You can snorkel (safely) with sharks and stingrays – roughly 500 to 1000 yards off the shore near the Intercontinental.  There are a number of tour boats that will take you on an outing that includes a stop here.   The water is about 5’ deep, the reef sharks are about 5’ long, and the rays come up and eat out of your hand.

There are tons of safe, shallow reefs around the entire island, and lots of other snorkel and boat tours.  There’s also a terrific ATV tour up into the mountains, to the famous Belvedere Lookout (spectacular views!), and a pineapple farm along the way.    There’s also jet ski rentals, golf (the only golf courses are on Moorea and on Tahiti Nui), terrific hikes with fantastic views, sea scooter tours, parasailing, intro to scuba classes, and license-free boat rentals.  You might think that’s brave (stupid?) of the rental company, but really the waters are super calm and you can’t really get lost.

There’s also a lot of very “local” restaurants, feet-in-the-sand, etc., as well as dine-in the resort.

Bora Bora

View of Mount Otemanu from the Intercontinental Bora Bora Thalasso Resort and Spa by Michael Cottam

Bora Bora is more expensive to get to (figure on about $400 per person for airfare from Papeete), but with dramatic views of Mount Otemanu that will astound you.  You’ll find this island caters much more to luxury honeymooners than Moorea, although there’s still family-style accommodations and activities available.  This is also the only island where resorts have a Kids Club (Four Seasons and St. Regis).

There’s great (and easy and safe) snorkeling within the surrounding reef – Bora Bora is basically a big volcanic mountain (Otemanu) of an island, surrounded by motus (a little ring of atolls) that creates a protected donut-shaped lagoon around the central island.

Fantastic snorkeling is available via short boat trips from any resort at the Lagoonarium (on the east side motu, between Le Meridien and St. Regis), but there’s also a lesser-known but amazing coral garden at the southeastern end of Bora Bora. It’s an easy swim from your bungalow or the beach if you’re at the Intercontinental Le Moana, or the Sofitel Bora Bora Private Island resort, or Hotel Maitai; if you’re at the Sofitel Marara Beach resort, it’s more like a 1/2 mile away.

If you’re at the Conrad, you’ve got great snorkeling there too, as you’re on a little island off the west side of the main island, but still within the protective outer reef.  At the Bora Bora Pearl, at the northwest end of Bora Bora, there’s snorkeling just south down the beach about 300 yards from the main walkway that goes out to the overwater bungalows. 

Most of the resorts are on the motus, which means that most of the non-aquatic activities require a short boat shuttle ride to Vaitape, the little town on the main island.  You can do 4wd safaris, ATV tours, hikes, and there’s also the Turtle Center at the Le Meridien resort, which is always a kid-pleaser.

Turtle at the Le Meridien resort’s Turtle Center by Michael Cottam

Huahine

Royal Huahine Resort by Michael Cottam

Not as well known as Bora Bora and Moorea, Huahine is pretty laid-back and has modestly priced accommodations by comparison.  Like Bora Bora, it’s going to require an air transfer to get there, and it’s nearly as far as Bora Bora and Le Taha’a.  Hotel Le Mahana Huahine has Lagoon front bungalows with 1 king bed and 2 single beds; Royal Huahine has overwater bungalows, and their overwater, garden, and beach bungalows are all capable of serving parents plus 2 children.

Le Taha’a

Royal Pool Beach Villa at Le Taha’a Island Resort & Spa by Michael Cottam

Near Huahine and Bora Bora, Le Taha’a is home to the ultra-luxurious Le Taha’a Island Resort (where I’m told Bill Gates likes to go, and play tennis with the gardener).  But it’s also home to another real gem:  Vahine Private Island resort.

Le Taha’a Island Resort’s rooms mostly are only suitable for parents and one young child, but they do have the Royal Pool Beach Villas which have capacity for up to 5 people.

Vahine’s Beach Suite has capacity for parents plus 1 child on a sleeper sofa, plus the amazing Villa Royale – a large house that sleeps up to 20.

Tuamotu Atolls

The Pool Beach Villa at Tikehau Pearl Beach Resort in the Tuamotu Atolls by Michael Cottam

The furthest-out islands in French Polynesia, the Tuamotu Atolls are famous for spectacular scuba diving.  If you’re a serious scuba diver, the Tuamotu Atolls are already on your bucket list.  They’re known for hammerhead sharks, barracuda, bottlenose dolphins, eagle rays, manta rays, and the massive Napoleon wrasse.

Expect to pay $400-$500 per person for the air transfer from Papeete.

This is not your typical “family” destination, but if your kids are older, certified divers, this would be quite an adventure for them.  If your kids are younger, make sure the resort is currently able to offer supervision/babysitting.

At Tikehau Pearl Beach Resort, most of the rooms are suitable for parents plus 1 young child, but they do also have the Pool Beach Villa, which can sleep 2 adults plus 3 children.  At Maitai Rangiroa, the Vini and Lagoon bungalows can accommodate parents plus 1 child on a sofa bed.

Hotel Kia Ora Resort & Spa has a range of options suitable for families, including the family suites with private pool and the Beach Duplex bungalow (link: https://www.hotelkiaora.com/room/bungalow-beach-duplex-rangiroa/).

Ninamu Resort is a boutique resort with a total of only 8 bungalows, three of which that sleep up to 4, and the Tamanu bungalow which sleeps up to 6.

Author Bio

By Michael Cottam

BIO:  Michael is an avid traveler, photographer, and scuba diver.  He’s the founder of Visual Itineraries, a travel planning website, and Bright Yonder, a travel agent tools website.  He’s been to Tahiti multiple times, and has taken his son there, as well as to Mexico, Canada, Key West, Jamaica, England, and France.

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Essential Things You Need to Bring on Your Next Hunting Trip

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Hunting is not just your ordinary trip to the woods – you need to be prepared. Regardless of how old you are, your first time hunting will be a disaster if you don’t come fully prepared! Your first priority should be getting a license and learning about all the protocols and regulations of the area you are going to hunt in – but what truly makes or breaks the whole experience is the gear or the lack of it! You’ll need to make a checklist of all the essentials you’ll need to bring on the trip and your hunting adventures can begin! 

Here’s a list of basic things you must bring on your hunting trip to make the best of it!

Clothing

The one thing that you should check out before going on your hunting trip is what kind of weather conditions will occur that day. This will be of great importance when you start packing, as you’ll know what kind of clothes to bring, and never be unpacked and left cold ever again

Layered tops

It doesn’t matter if it’s spring or autumn, your best bet will be to bring multiple clothing items – and layer them as you wish. This way, if you get chilly at some point, you can just put your jacket on and vice versa. This will save you from overheating or freezing, and also you’ll have some spare clothes just in case if you get wet.

Backup clothes

Socks seem a bit insignificant, right? Well, not really, if you fall into a river and get your feet wet, you’ll suffer some consequences if you can’t dry them immediately. That’s why it’s best to bring multiple pairs of socks, and the same goes for the rest of your clothes – you never know if this situation may occur, so it’s best to be prepared and think about your health!

Gear 

If you think hunting is just bringing a weapon of choice and calling it a day… maybe you should educate yourself a bit more before you run to your local woods. It takes a lot of items to actually make the hunting trip possible, some or more optional and some are a must!

Binoculars

When you are out in the woods, there are lots of things surrounding you, trees and small animals roaming all over the place. It’s hard to keep up with every detail, especially if you don’t have a trained eye for those things! Reading some hunting optics reviews will give you advice that if you want a successful hunting trip, you must increase your eyesight. Binoculars can even help you see in the dark!

Enough ammo

This isn’t the movies, you won’t have an endless array of bullets at your disposal. That’s why it’s best to bring as much as you’ll need – especially if you are a beginner and still learning how to hunt. If you run out of ammo, it will ruin the overall experience, and you’ll go home unsatisfied.

Additional items

Once you have all your clothes and the desired weapon of choice, you’ll need to grab some additional things you probably haven’t really put on top of your priority list. It’s all in the details, even small items can save you from trouble in the given moment!

Food and water

This isn’t the old days, you don’t have to hunt your dinner – bring it with you! If you are on your hunting trip, chances are you’ll get pretty hungry soon, with all the activity you’ll be doing. That’s why it’s best to be prepared and pack meals for the trip, and also pack lots and lots of water or beverages of choice. Doesn’t matter if you are going to camp out there, or just going for a couple of hours, it’s always best to be prepared!

First aid kit

Your first priority should be your health and safety! You never know what could happen on your hunting trip, it’s never a bad thing to have a small first aid kit with you at all times. Even if you get a little bit hurt, you can treat the wound on the spot and continue with your hunting adventures without thinking about getting an infection! Also, remember to bring sunscreen and put it on before you go, even if it’s not as sunny – protect your skin!

Hunting has been around since the dawn of time – the only thing that keeps changing is the gear. With today’s options, you can hunt in the worst weather conditions, day and night, and still have a good time. But choosing the proper items is key in ensuring you get the best experience – and also to ensure your own safety whilst you do it!

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If you are a family man, you know the struggles of finding something that the entire family will love – especially the little ones. Taking kids out on trips and tours can be a difficult task because not many kids enjoy what you like. Think of things that you enjoy like clubbing and fine dining which your child would certainly dread.

Not many people know that Atlanta is a city of fun for everyone. If you live in Atlanta, you most certainly can find something that your little one will enjoy and love to be a part of. This article will discuss some of the best things to explore in Atlanta with your little one.

Best Places in Atlanta to Visit with Your Kid

Let’s talk about some things in Atlanta that your kid will surely love to be a part of:

Zoo Atlanta

Zoo Atlanta is known to save wildlife animals and give them a better life. In the modern world where people don’t have time for one another, it is a great way to teach your children empathy and help them discover the wonders and beauty of nature.

The entire experience at the zoo comprises of conservation of animals, research on new/old species, and education of the animals present, and creating friendly yet engaging experiences with some of the animals. This entire trip will be fun, you can buy some snacks and show your kids a great way to bond with other creatures and species present in this world.

Six Flags over Georgia

Who doesn’t love a day trip to a theme park? And to talk about one of the largest theme parks in America, Six Flags over Georgia is house to more than 40 rides out of which 12 are roller coasters. This is not just it. Six Flags over Georgia is one of the most awesome things to do in Atlanta with kids because of the adventure. Enjoy water pools, slippery water slides, and much more. They also transform the entire park into a haunted theme for the Halloween season and is decorated with a million lights for Christmas.

Hippo Hop Indoor Playground

An extremely fun place to enjoy for the whole family. The place comprises healthy food items, entertainment options, and fitness activities for the whole family. Their café comes with a whole range of food items from vegan to gluten-free and allergy-friendly. The place usually entertains children around the age of ten or less and provides them a great bonding experience with their parents while learning the value of a healthy lifestyle.

Georgia Aquarium

Marine life is in danger thanks to the industry and the way people are disposing of waste in the sea. Thankfully, Georgia Aquarium is doing something about the wonders of marine life. Teach your children the importance of sea animals, allow them to realize their beauty, and entertain them with the various tricks at the Aquarium.

This aquarium comprises more than 10 million gallons of water and houses more than 500 different species of sea life. Whether you want to stand behind the glass walls to observe the beauty or be a scuba diver for the day, make sure that you have the time of your life. Another major reason why this place is worth visiting is that it is a nonprofit organization that is solely committed to creating general awareness of sea creatures and motivating more people to do the same.

Children’s Museum of Atlanta

Atlanta holds an extremely rich historical and cultural background. The city is home to some of the best social leaders and it has also been the city from where the revolution against racism began. Atlantans should be proud of their cultural heritage and should introduce their children to it.

Fortunately, Children’s Museum Atlanta is the only institute where they introduce your child to the background of Atlanta and some other educational activities. The museum is known to teach children from the ages of 1 to 8 because all the programs and activities are designed as per their caliber.

Pettit Creek Farm

Curled up in the hills of Northern Georgia is the home of one of the largest herd of camels in the state of Georgia. There are many other farm animals apart from camels. The Pettit Creek Farm also houses other exotic animals like:

  • Giraffes
  • Zebras
  • Capybaras
  • Llamas
  • Lemurs.

The farm is open to the public from January to August but you need to make a reservation. They also have a Halloween event in mid of September that lasts till August and a Thanksgiving/Christmas event till the 30th of December. These events are open to the public and anyone is welcome to join.

Chattahoochee Nature Center

A private, nonprofit organization also known to people as the Chattahoochee Nature Center lies on the Chattahoochee River in Roswell intending to connect back people with where they actually belong – nature. It comprises 127 acres of indigenous plantings highlighting the elegance of Georgia and the Chattahoochee wetlands.

The Discovery Center that only comprises of the Nature Exchange in the southeastern part offers exhibitions and real, native wildlife that cannot be released. There are 2.5 miles of trails for hiking and nature trails that host more than 50 different species of wildlife. Unique trips and festivals during the year involve fun days for kids and adults, canoeing, festivals, zip lines, and services for couples, teenagers, and adults.

Conclusion

Atlanta is one of the most historically rich and economically significant cities in America. There are a lot of things to do in Atlanta with kids where you can take your child for a fun day with loads of information. While you are with them, it can also be a bonding experience for both of you and Atlanta certainly does not fall short in offering that. Find natural non-profit organizations that are helping animals to historical museums where they plan fun-filled yet educational activities for children of all ages. Just pack your snacks, check your car tires, and head out to have the best bonding experience with your child.

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Suffering a personal injury while on the job or through a traumatic car accident can be a difficult experience, and getting stuck with all the bureaucratic work needed to receive a fair settlement can be a truly hellish experience. Besides having to deal with the emotional weight of the occurrence itself while continuing to balance other concerns, such as your ability to work, pay hospital bills, or care for your family, you will need to make sense of seemingly nonsensical legalese, and keep your head together.

As anyone who has been through this can tell you, it is incredibly tiring, but there are ways to not only make it through unscathed but also receive the highest possible personal injury settlement you can. The following are a few points to help you.

4 Ways to Receive The Highest Possible Personal Injury Settlement

Prepare All Paperwork

The first thing to remember in putting together a personal injury lawsuit is to prepare all the evidence you have in order to establish a fault. A successful lawsuit will not be possible without legally establishing the fault of the second or third party, so you need to organize yourself, which may seem like a tall order in the aftermath of an accident. But, it will make all the difference in your case. Any jury will decide your case ultimately based on the evidence presented, so make sure to file a police report, get statements from any eyewitnesses, hold onto any bills, insurance claims, and other materials that show the fallout from the accident.

Go to the Doctor

Maybe you didn’t get hurt severely in the accident, and you’re not sure if you have medical claims to file as part of your case. In actuality, if you’ve suffered a personal injury of any kind and it seems that the damage happened more to your car or home, you should still go to the doctor or hospital immediately. For one, you cannot diagnose yourself properly, and only a medical professional will be able to tell you definitely if you are ok or not. You will need the report from your doctor documenting any conditions to include as part of your case for the jury and judge to review and come to a fair monetary settlement for you.

Remember, delays in the treatment can lead to strong legal arguments made against you by the second party, or even by insurance companies hesitant to pay for your treatment. They can easily say that you weren’t badly injured, nor did you suffer substantial damage as a result. Insurance companies will always look for a reason to deny a claim, so avoid the mistake of white knuckling it and thinking that you will be fine. Or, taking too much time to go to the doctor or checking yourself into the emergency clinic. One of the tricks essential to receiving a fair settlement in your case is acting fast on all these fronts.

Hire a Lawyer

An attorney experienced with the realm of personal injury lawsuits should be called in to help you through this process. While you can take the time to prepare the evidence yourself, things will become complicated fast with the trial and the subsequent issues with the insurance companies, and any small misstep on your part can throw the validity of your entire case into question. Don’t underestimate the level of determination that the insurance companies, and the second party – whether it is another driver or your employer – want to get out of paying you a fair settlement.

For example, seemingly small or inconsequential decisions such as deciding to skip out on a round of treatment with your doctor can be absolutely the death knell in your case. If you have a lawyer, you will just tell him or her that you had a scheduling conflict, and they will be sure to take care of the paperwork on your behalf so that the courts know that it was out of your hands.

Try to Continue Working

One of the things you want to make clear to a jury is that despite your injuries, you are doing your best to continue working. This is shown as proof of the fact that while the injury has incapacitated you for some time, you were unable to stop working for fear of not being able to keep up with different familial commitments. The juries in these cases are usually sympathetic and will want to offer a higher settlement so that you can have a chance to take care of your health while meeting your financial obligations.

Getting hurt or having your sole mode of transportation, such as your car, trashed, is a terrible feeling and can result in many missed bills piling on your desk, creating considerable anxiety in your life. Receiving a fair settlement that will help you make ends meet can be a challenge, but if you’re careful enough, you will be able to meet your obligations head on.

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