Journese Offers Savings, Future Travel Credit to Tahiti, Fiji and the Cook Islands


Journese recently announced it is increasing its exclusive savings to Tahiti, Fiji and Cook Islands to $200 per booking for travel in October and November 2014.

In addition to the $200 savings, clients will receive a future travel credit up to $500 for travel to any Journese destination. For those interested in cruising the waters of Tahiti, Journese is offering an exclusive travel advisor $100 bonus commission per booking.

The $200 exclusive savings is valid for any resort in the Journese South Pacific Islands portfolio and is combinable with current resort promotions including complimentary nights and resort credits.  First- or business- class air, private transfers and thrilling excursions can be booked in tandem with the resort to enhance each journey. 


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Bookings made by August 31 for travel in October and November qualify for the $200 savings, and those traveling through September and December 1 – 15 will receive $100 savings.  

For those seeking a French Polynesia cruise, Journese is offering a $100 travel advisor bonus commission for all Tahiti cruise bookings of seven nights or longer made by Oct. 31 for travel anytime. 

Clients can experience a unique sailing vacation on a single-hull or catamaran-style four-cabin yacht with Dream Yacht Charter. Those who board the luxurious m/s Paul Gauguin will discover the natural wonders of Tahiti, combined with spacious suites, an onboard water sports marina, open-seating dining and an extensive spa. Journese’ newest cruise partner, Windstar Cruises, also qualifies for the bonus commission.  

Travelers aboard the 146-passenger yacht Wind Spirit, where every stateroom is oceanview, features full-service gourmet dining, teak decks, WindSpa, watersports platform and pool, private verandahs and other amenities.


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