The Brando

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July 1st 2014, on the anniversary of 10 years of death of the actor from “The Godfather”, The Brando opened one of the twelve motus (islands), also known as the private island of Marlon Brando, located just 30 kilometers from Tahiti, French Polynesia. The Brando offers luxury in the middle of untouched nature, the access to the island is done through a private plane, there you will find 35 “villas” in white sandy beaches, where you will share place with sea turtles, stingrays, and exotic birds. The resort was designed to reflect the lifestyle and Polynesian culture, which also has the concern to preserve and protect the natural splendor and the precious biodiversity of Tetiaroa. Check out more about this amazing place:

The Brando

In 1999 Marlon Brando asked Richard Bailey of Pacific Beachcomber S.C., a long-time resident of Tahiti who shared his passion for the environment and who had created some of the region’s finest resorts, to help him conceive a plan that would help him achieve his dream. Together, Brando and Bailey pursued a vision of creating the world’s first and foremost post-carbon resort—an island where innovative new technologies would enable a self-sustaining luxury environment for resort guests, residents and scientific research. The Brando is the legacy of that shared vision and the resort is committed to protecting the precious biodiversity of Tetiaroa.

The Brando


“The mission of The Brando is to provide one of the most luxurious, authentic, and enriching travel experiences available anywhere, in an environmentally sensitive, sustainable and culturally rich manner,” said Richard Bailey, President and CEO of Pacific Beachcomber. “We are committed to preserving and protecting the natural splendor and precious biodiversity of Tetiaroa; respecting and supporting Polynesian culture, hospitality and traditions; and striving to be a model for the rest of the world.”

brando4TheBrando6TheBrando7The all-inclusive resort features 35 deluxe villas each with its own private beach area and plunge pool, restaurants showcasing Polynesian and French cuisine, a luxurious Polynesian spa, a lagoon- view bar, beach bar, pool, organic garden, library, boutique, water sports, and an environmental research station with guest programs.


 Check out more at the official website: The Brando, click here.