With a mission to provide guests with an enriching travel experience, while at the same time “preserving and protecting the natural biodiversity of Tetiaroa,” the Brando Hotel is a spectacular getaway in French Polynesia. The hotel is named after famous actor Marlon Brando who first visited Tetiaroa Island while filming Mutiny on the Bounty and went on to say, “If I have my way, Tetiaroa will remain forever a place that reminds Tahitians of what they are and what they were centuries ago.” Marlon Brando’s estate still owns this private island.
Accessible by private plane, The Brando Hotel features 35 villas on pristine white-sand beaches where travelers may come across sea turtles, manta rays and exotic birds. For adventure seekers and explorers, The Brando offers activities like snorkeling and paddle boarding as well as scuba lessons and day excursions. For those traveling with kids, those ages 6-12 can attend “Lagoon School” to learn more about the beautiful surroundings and culture of the island.
Dining at The Brando is an experience in itself; from the Beachcomber Cafe to the upscale Les Mutinés, guests can enjoy organically grown ingredients of the freshest quality.
With no fossil fuels used to run anything, this island is product of pure, untainted beauty; a gorgeous getaway for any traveler.