Celebrity Inspired Holiday Dreaming

May 21, 2020 in Experience

Whilst we all continue to stay within our respected countries until travel restrictions are lifted, such unprecedented times has allowed us all to dream up our next long awaited paradisiacal holiday. Like most things in life, such things are always influenced by our favourite A-listers.

From A list to D…
One common denominator amongst all holiday-loving celebrities is The Islands of Tahiti stamp in their passport. Synonymous with absolute luxury, The Islands of Tahiti have long been the ultimate playground for celebrities around the globe.

Hollywood’s favourite bad-boy-turned-hubby, Justin Bieber famously vacationed in Bora Bora in 2015 with model Jayde Pierce. Showing off the island scenery via his social media and papped sipping cocktails at sun-down, Bieber well and truly put Bora Bora on the map for a whole new audience.
Honeymooning with then husband Justin Theroux, Jennifer Aniston stayed at the highly acclaimed Four Seasons Bora Bora in 2018. Staying in the presidential suite and flying in on a private-jet, this honeymoon was what dreams are truly made of!

Ellen DeGeneres demonstrated to her studio audience just how alive The Islands of Tahiti are with incredible marine life, showing footage from her getaway. Staying in an overwater bungalow and enjoying swimming straight from their suite, Ellen captivated the world with footage of snorkelling with bright marine life, further adding to our holiday envy by jet-skiing alongside dolphins and swimming with rays.

President at play…
The Islands of Tahiti don’t just welcome A-Listers, past U.S President Barack Obama celebrated his presidential freedom of leaving the Oval Office in 2017. Staying on the private atoll, Tetiaroa, Obama stayed at the five-star Brando Resort where he spent his time penning his highly acclaimed memoir. An avid adventurer, Barack also explored Tahiti’s activity-packed side by boating over to Moorea for paddle boarding and swimming as well as snorkelling further north in Fakarava.