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Tahiti Tourisme
Here's a list of 5 most eco-responsible resorts and hotels in The Islands of Tahiti


The Brando

The Brando is an eco-luxury resort at the forefront of sustainable tourism, having implemented one of the first-ever seawater air conditioning systems globally. It was also the first hotel in the world to obtain LEED Platinum certification and continues to use innovative measures in energy conservation, water resource management and environmental preservation.


The InterContinental Tahiti Resort & Spa

The InterContinental Tahiti Resort & Spa has a Fare Reserve, a protected area for marine wildlife. The reserve shelters a coral ecosystem, which recreates a natural underwater habitat for over 200 species. Additionally, the InterContinental Bora Bora Resort has a Deep Ocean Spa that is the first thalassotherapy spa built in the Pacific, using the benefits of water drawn from the depths of the ocean to administer its treatments.


The Bora Bora Pearl Resort and Taha’a Pearl Resort

The Bora Bora Pearl Resort and Taha’a Pearl Resort are both members of the Biorock coral reef protection program, which uses solar electricity to activate the recalcification process of damaged coral. The resorts have also helped establish coral nurseries to help protect diving conditions in The Islands of Tahiti.


The Maitai Polynesia Hotel

The Maitai Polynesia hotel actively encourages the development of responsible tourism. Its hotels located on Huahine, Rangiroa and Tahiti were the first Tahitian hotels to enroll in EarthCheck, becoming awarded for its energy management selective waste sorting systems.


The Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora

The Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora trains its staff on eco-responsibility, is largely powered by solar panels, and has prohibited the use of single-use plastic throughout the resort. The sea water onsite is also desalinated through an osmosis machine, which ensures the production of reusable water. Their partnership with WiseOceans ensures they are actively working for the conservation of marine environments.


Guide to Eco-responsible hotels in Tahiti
Guide to Eco-resorts in the Islands of Tahiti
Study on the Greenhouse Gas Emissions Assessment of the Tourism Sector in The Islands of Tahiti

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