Televised Media Coverage

The Bachelor Canada – CityTV
In November, Moorea was chosen as the backdrop for The Bachelor Canada two-part season finale. Canadian Bachelor Tim Warmels and the remaining bachelorettes started their adventure to paradise on award-winning Air Tahiti Nui. Featuring the most romantic and beautiful locations on earth, the final episodes were shot on the Tahitian island of Moorea.

Warmels and the bachelorettes experienced Moorea’s most amazing adventures – from a dream date on the Askari, a mega yacht based in Moorea where they snorkeled in the crystal clear blue lagoon followed by sunset cocktails; to a romantic horseback ride in the pineapple fields of Moorea. The lucky finalists also visited Belvedere Lookout for a beautiful 360 degree view of the lagoon and lush mountains; as well as a visit to a white sand beach in Opunohu Bay. The trip would not be complete without sunset dinners and the “meet the parents” portion of the season taking place at the beautiful Moorea Pearl Resort & Spa, which served as home base for the bachelor and bachelorettes during their adventures.

A special mauruuru roa to Air Tahiti Nui, Moorea Pearl Resort & Spa, the Askari Yacht, and wedOtahiti for their support on this project.

The Ellen DeGeneres Show – NBC Universal/Warner Bros. 
The Islands of Tahiti, Islands in the Sun and Hilton French Polynesia were featured on the Ellen show in October. A couple that had their honeymoon foiled by a hurricane and mishaps leading up to their wedding got a second chance honeymoon from Ellen! Check out the fun Ellen and team had with the couple when they arrived to Los Angeles and the trip reveal in studio.

“Bora Bora is absolutely beautiful, you will love it,” said Ellen.

Viewership: Average 3 million per episode
Facebook: 17,280,872
Twitter: 36.2 million

The Value of Nowhere – Outside Television
Film maker Anders Kruger, in partnership with Outside Television launched an extraodinary  film, “The Value of Nowhere,” shot on location back in May in the incredible Islands of Tahiti. Narrated by Pete Cabrinha and starring two of the biggest names in kitesurfing, Reo Stevens and Keahi de Aboitiz, the film quickly whisks you away to the ultimate paradise and begs the viewer to contemplate his or her place in the world.

In this 20 minute feature film, the kite surfers joined the crew aboard the Discovery, a Lagoon 570 catamaran, and had set out to explore what kind of value one can place on being far from the rigors of social obligation.

Click here to watch the clip.

Network: Outside Television
Outside Television is broadcast to 8 million TV Households across the US

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