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Rangiroa, the infinite lagoon, “the immense sky”

Rangiroa is the largest atoll in French Polynesia and the second largest worldwide. Her infinite lagoon, her exquisite beaches and awesome underwater world make this atoll a definite place to stop during your stay.

Tahitian NAME : Rairo’a

  • Located 350km / 218 miles north east of Tahiti (flight time: 1 hour)
  • Population: 2,500
  • Area: 7,900ha / 18,532 ac spread over a group of 415 islets (“motu”)
  • 2 passes: Avatoru and Tiputa
  • Unique road between Avatoru and Tiputa: 12km / 8 miles
  • Airport: Avatoru
Private islet on the lagoon of Rangiroa
Private islet on the lagoon of Rangiroa
Must see
  • Pearl farming
  • Vineyard by the lagoon
  • Reef Island
  • Pink Sands (beach)
  • Blue Lagoon
  • Tiputa pass: natural aquarium and dive
  • Otepipi church
The reef on ocean side
The reef on ocean side
Fifty shades of blue
Fifty shades of blue
You will also like
  • Direct flights from and to Bora Bora
  • Tikehau’s lagoon
  • Dive French Polynesia
  • Look for whales in Rurutu
During your vacation
  • Ocean dive with the 6 Passengers dive shop
  • Memorable introductory dive
  • Unmatched charming family hotels
  • Rangiroa’s vineyard
Pink sand beach on Rangiroa
Pink sand beach on Rangiroa

Customer reviews

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21/04/2017 - Sina, Hong Kong

Translated by Google Translate : Moorea and Bora Bora => Very good Intercon Tahiti => nice hotel but old and tidy room I love all my activities 6) Would you recommend Tahiti and its islands to your friends and acquaintances? Yes Why or why not? It's amazing and superior to all other similar destinations + Super Locals!

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01/12/2016 - Annie, France

Translated by google translate : We are very satisfied with our stay. Everything went well . A little extra for the intercontinental tahiti which is perfect both in staff and quality (bedding included) the geographic stucture is ideal .C is a very nice place, a happiness for the eyes.   We have family travel with 2 children aged 18 months and...

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29/10/2016 - Christopher Rose, United States

We sailed to several islands in the Society, but I found Maupiti especially nice. So glad we were able to add this to our list. I think a must-see island. Diving was excellent. Manta rays everywhere. People (like all the Society) were wonderful.

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