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Commando Steve Tahiti Training

Are you tough enough to take on Tahiti with “Commando Steve”?

Active holidaymakers can take on Tahiti with one of Australia’s leading fitness experts as Steve “Commando” Willis leads a special action-packed tour to the islands in 2016.

The seven-day trip departing Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane on 13 March 2016, is priced from $3,900* per person and includes daily training sessions with Steve, hiking, a shark and stingray encounter, Ironman-style water training, cultural activities, a Polynesian dance show and a special visit to a local gym where participants will have the chance to train Tahiti-style with locals.

With accommodation in Moorea at the Sofitel Moorea Ia Ora Beach Resort, there will also be plenty of luxurious down time and the opportunity to experience the destination’s trademark overwater villas.

Commando Steve recently enjoyed a sojourn to the islands and said the destination was the perfect combination of healthy eating, exercise, outdoor activity and kicking back.

“If you’re like me, you’ve had Tahiti on your hit list for a long time. No more excuses – make 2016 the year to visit and join me on an epic adventure to one of the most beautiful places on earth,” he said.

Tahiti Tourisme Director Australia Robert Thompson said the trip would be the perfect way to combine active fun with the natural beauty of the Islands of Tahiti.

“Tahiti is great for relaxing but there’s also a lot on offer for active travellers. Who better to guide thrill seekers across Moorea’s striking lagoon, into the island’s mountainous interior and in a traditional stonelifting challenge with some locals, than one of Australia’s leading fitness experts “Commando Steve”. It will be the trip of a lifetime for a group of active Aussies,” Mr Thompson said.

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