Rangiroa, Manihi, Tikehau & Fakarava
Romantic and adventurous
Honeymoons and vacations
The waters of the Tuamotus are a scuba diver's dream.
A Honeymoon and vacation paradise
About 200 miles northeast of Tahiti lies the Tuamotu Archipelago,
composed of the largest collection of coral atolls in the world.
Whether you opt for shallow, ocean or drift dives, the underwater
scenery is guaranteed to be some of the most spectacular you've
largest of the atolls, offers the adventurous traveler the rare
opportunity to live amid the wild beauty of the Tuamotus. You'll
find an array of daily aquatic excursions and activities from which
to choose. Windsurf on the clear waters of the great lagoon. Or
snorkel beneath them, letting the tidal currents propel you amidst
the fabulous variety of aquatic life.
Manihi is a small atoll located north of Rangiroa,
330 miles from Tahiti, with a population of just 300 inhabitants.
A trip to the black pearl farm is a must.
an oval-shaped atoll approximately 8 miles from Rangiroa, has a
large pass and a series of islets. The charming village of Tuherahera
is situated on the south end of the largest motu.
an hour and a half flight from Papeete, is the second largest atoll
in the Tuamotu archipelago. Take time to wander amid its especially
rare fauna and flora. In addition to an extraordinary tropical setting
and black pearl farms, the real allure to Fakarava is the remarkable
scuba diving available surrounding the atoll. In this pristine environment,
both beginners and experienced divers will be amazed by the generous
concentration of lagoon and ocean fish.
As the Tuamotus are sparsely populated, social life on the atolls
revolves around your hotel, where you'll enjoy the companionship
of fellow adventurers from around the world.
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