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Learn How To Dance And Cook Like A Tahitian In These Easy Virtual Classes


There’s no denying COVID-19 has challenged every aspect of our lives and while we continue to stay here in Australia and the weather gets chilly, many of us could be lured by thoughts of warmer climes.

Well, Tahiti Tourism has been creative and they’ve brought Tahiti to you – with this amazing Tahiti Comes to You campaign.

All you have to do is watch these videos where the Tahitian people bring their stories of their lives in this island paradise to you. You can join them planting coral, learn how to do a Polynesian dance or go for a virtual hike. It’s all up to you…

Have you ever observed a Tahitian dancer and wondered how they can move like that? Join Tuiana Brodien from Vahinerii ori Tahiti school dance as she shows you some basic Tahitian dance steps to get you moving!
Did you know The Islands of Tahiti are home to the largest shark sanctuary in the world? Sharks are very important to Tahitian culture and vital to a healthy ecosystem. Learn more about swimming with sharks and other species with Denis Grosmaire of Tikehau Ocean Tour.
Did you know half of the world’s oxygen comes from the oceans and coral reefs? Titouan Bernicot, founder of Coral Gardeners will show you how to plant your own coral and save the reef!
What is the most popular dish in The Islands of Tahiti? Join Hinatea Colombani to learn how to make the national dish of Tahiti – poisson cru!
Want to know the best tips for a safari tour on the island of Tahiti? Follow Teiva Tiaipoi from Tahiti Discovery as he will share his best spots to enjoy for your next trip.
Ready for a hiking adventure on the island of Tahiti? Join Jimmy as you explore this beautiful island paradise!

For more information and even more videos, go to Tahiti Comes to You.

And while you’re making up your mind what to do, take a look at this ad from Cussons Imperial Leather in 1979!

Does anyone remember this old classic from 1979?

Written by Pamela Connellan

Pamela Connellan is a Journalist and Blogger, specialising in general news, trends, sustainability, tech products, movies and streaming..

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