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Updated: Sep 22
Marlon Brando visited Tetiaroa for the first time while filming Mutiny on the Bounty, enthralled by its beauty he bought the island in 1967 and called it home. 32 years later, together with Richard Bailey, he transformed it into one of the worlds finest resorts and the first post-carbon-resort of its kind. Brando's passion for the environment created a true self-sustaining luxury resort that is focused on providing the ultimate luxury guest experience while preserving Tetiaroa's natural beauty, bio-diversity and cultural richness.
Twenty minutes by air from Tahiti International Airport 'The Brando' is comprised of 35 one, two and three bedroom villas on the 'Motu'of Onetahi, one of the 12 Motu's that make up Tetiaroa. Each villa is immaculately presented and carefully designed to reflect Polynesian lifestyle and traditions with large picture windows that offer sublime views of the gardens, beach and the deep blue of the lagoon.
Outdoor activities are endless and focused very much on the bio-diversity of the islands unique environment; also the favoured home of Polynesian royalty, ancient Marae (temples) can still be found dotted across the atoll and the diving is exemplary. An expansive spa is complimented by an array of fine dining options including the acclaimed Les Mutines run by Executive Chef Pierre Lecorne.
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