Oct. 28 marks the start of a festive Halloween season at Tahiti Village with the opening of our Haunted Maze, where there’s a friendly fright around every turn. The maze will be open daily in Manihi Isle right through Halloween night, Oct. 31, when we raise the curtain on our third annual Haunted Carnival.
The Carnival is from 5-7 p.m. in the Island Courtyard and includes trick or treating and a costume contest. Please visit the front desk in the main lobby building starting at 4:30 p.m. to pick up trick-or-treat bags, maps, and goodies. The costume contest is slated for 6 p.m. back in the Island Courtyard, where we’ll also have music and games.
Unlike other Halloween attractions that try to stop your heart with terrifying shock tactics, our wholesome Haunted Carnival offers a fun time for the whole family. We hope to see you here!
Young treasure seekers will scramble for hidden goodies at our annual Easter Egg Hunt on Sunday, April 16. The event goes from 9-10:30 a.m. and will begin with a meetup at the Island Courtyard. Children 12 and under will hunt in Manihi Isle, while those 13 and over will search the lazy river. More than 3,000 candy-filled plastic eggs will be there for the taking. Bags will be provided.
“This is our most well-attended event,” said Tara Steininger, Tahiti Village activities director. “We’re forecasting 350-500 participants this year. We had 375 last year.”
Following the hunt, participants will return to the Island Courtyard for music, crafts, games, and a jelly bean guessing contest. This a wonderful activity for the entire family.
It has been an eventful year here at Tahiti Village, with numerous projects contributing to the value and beautification of your home resort.
January saw the completion of Phase II of our multimillion-dollar guest unit enhancement. Taken together with Phase I, which brought new flooring, carpeting, and sofa sleepers to all rooms, the addition of new furniture, lamps, bedding, and artwork will have us looking great for years to come.
The first month of 2016 also saw us begin work on our vacant lot beautification project, which resulted most significantly in the May opening of Manihi Isle. The land between the main pool and lazy river, for so long a fenced off stretch of dirt and rock, is now a tranquil gathering spot with green grass, fresh flowers, and lounge chairs.
Fresh coats of paint to all fences, carports, gates, and guest room interiors completed our January tasks.
In March we embarked on a major landscaping refresher and replacement, and in May we installed garage fencing and a fencing extension atop the Manor Suites wall.
The July launch of our new online store meant you could buy as much Tahiti Village gear as you like, wherever you were.
After a delay, dining room tabletops finally arrived in August and were promptly installed in the Bora Bora units. They can take anything you dish out!
Finally, in November, we installed SALTO lock systems on all exterior gates, including the pool area and lazy river. This state-of-the-art, wire-free Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) technology is much more reliable than the old mag-stripe keycards. Best of all, the key won’t demagnetize if it comes into contact with your cell phone.
Thanks again for being part of the Tahiti Village family. We truly value your ownership and hope to see you in 2017. Happy New Year!
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Ghouls, ghosts and goblins (not to mention witches, werewolves and warlocks, vampires, zombies and maybe just maybe the elusive spotted banshee) are sure to be out in force when we celebrate Halloween at our second annual Haunted Carnival on Monday, Oct. 31.
The event begins with trick or treating around the property and finishes inside the Island Courtyard, where we’ll have music, games and a costume contest. Please visit the front desk in the main lobby building starting at 4:30 p.m. to pick up trick-or-treat bags, maps and goodies. The costume contest is slated for 6 p.m.
Our Haunted Carnival promises a great time for the entire family, and best of all, admission is absolutely free!
We are pleased to report the land between the main pool and lazy river, once a fenced off stretch of forbidding dirt and rock, is now a tranquil gathering place with green grass, fresh flowers and lounge chairs.
We call it Manihi Isle.
The 4,000-square foot space will serve as an attractive venue for a variety of activities and offer a more direct route between our popular aquatic attractions. Visitors going back and forth between the pool and lazy river can access Manihi Isle – pronounced Muh-knee-hee – through new interior gates and reduce their travel time.
To celebrate the grand opening, we’ve scheduled a three-pack of fun for this weekend beginning Friday, May 27, with a happy hour featuring food, music, games and a cash bar from 2-6 p.m.
Saturday, May 28, is movie night. The festivities begin at 4 p.m. and include face painting and games like bocce ball, waterfall fishing and cornhole. The movie will begin at dusk. Popcorn, a variety of other fun food, and a specialty cocktail from our cash bar will be available.
We’ll conclude the Manihi Isle grand opening weekend with a luau brunch from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. on Sunday, May 29. You’ll listen to authentic Tahitian music as you enjoy a continental-style breakfast with juice.
Be sure to stop in for a look on your visit to Tahiti Village. We think you’ll be impressed.