Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora Introduces Its Hiroa Tumu Cultural Program
Meaning “cultural roots” in Tahitian, the Hiroa Tumu Cultural Program is led by Cultural Ambassador Samuel Fiu, and offers an array of cultural experiences for Resort guests. In addition to private experiences, a calendar of daily and weekly interactive classes and workshops, many complimentary, include: Monoi Oil Workshop, Pareo Painting, Shell Necklace Making, Flower Crown Making, Ukulele Introduction; Coco Show, Stargazing and Legend Telling, Cooking Class (Poisson Cru), Mixology Class (Mai Tai), the weekly O’roa Night Polynesian Dinner Show, Botanical Trail tours, and local art exhibitions. Special annual event activations coincide with Pareo Day (May), Heiva i Bora Bora festival (June/July), the special Heiva Showcase at Four Seasons (August), the Hawaiki Nui Va’a race (November), and Tiare Day (December).
"As we continue to evolve and expand the guest experience, we are thrilled to share our new Hiroa Tumu Cultural Program and the beautiful traditions of the Polynesian people,” says Romain Chanet, General Manager of Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora. “Our guests take great interest in learning and discovering about our destination, and we know that these new offerings will enrich their experience, while further connecting them to our land and people.”
The Resort is offering the Stay Longer – Fourth Night Free with Breakfast Package, which includes a complimentary fourth night in an overwater bungalow suite or beachfront villa estate and daily breakfast buffet. For reservations, book online, call 888 521 6648 or contact your travel professional (chain code FS).