As a renowned place for divers of all levels, Rangiroa offers a wide variety of dive explorations in both the lagoon and the ocean. Experience a drift dive in Tiputa pass or go on a day tour to the Blue Lagoon. Tickle baby black tip sharks and daydream in the infinite shades of turquoise blue.
With her tropical landscapes and taste of paradise welcome to Manihi. This small Tuamotu atoll offers a peaceful and romantic getaway for couples and honeymooners. It is the ideal place for a visit to a pearl farm or why not go on an exploration dive in the crystal clear blue waters.
A ring of pink sand lies between the sky and sea. A few miles away from Rangiroa, taste a quieter and more peaceful area which is also an area renowned for a large and varied marine bird population! This paradise atoll shelters 500 inhabitants only and is secretly visited by some of Silicon Valley’s stars who are also keen divers and surfers.
An unrivaled divers’ paradise, the atoll of Fakarava is classified as a UNESCO biosphere reserve. Numerous family hotels offer the utmost in traditional Polynesian hospitality. Although most visitors come to Fakarava for the beauty of her underwater life, the island is also renowned for her many fine restaurants.
Paradise for those who have already traveled the world seeking the ultimate dream island. Out of time and especially off the tourist circuits.
You will be welcomed in comfortable pensions whose owners will share a way of life based on fishing and pearl farming.
Mangareva lagoon is certainly the most extraordinary of Polynesia. It contains all 5 islands of the Gambier archipelago and offers a variety of unique landscapes. With its coral built St Michel Cathedral in Rikitea, it is also the cradle of Christianity in Polynesia and.