Tikehau is located only a few miles away from Rangiroa in the Tuamotu archipelago. Smaller than its neighbor, Tikehau atoll is a near perfect ring formation featuring post card like landscape. The atoll is famous for its lagoon which can be described as a huge natural pool surrounded by pink and white sandy beaches.
A 1 hour flight from Tahiti and lying between beautiful “motu” islets and coconut trees, make the most of your stay and discover the incredible underwater life of this turquoise lagoon. Surf addicts will find wonderful waves which will delight both beginners and experts. Dive lovers will be entranced by the Tuheiva pass (the unique pass of the island) which displays a fabulous underwater show of rays, sharks, dolphins and multicolored fish.
Once out of the water, be amazed by a beautiful symphony of seabirds. Around these pink sand islets watch colonies of boobies, tropic terns, noddi birds and fregate birds. Here you will understand why the island has been nicknamed “Bird Island”.
Take a walk around Tuherahera village or relax on the beach. The place will instill a feeling of heaven.
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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...
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.
Translated by Google translate : We were extremely pleased with the service Yestahiti (Fred) who answered all our requests and each time in a very short time. All reservations that we had made in advance from Switzerland went perfectly. Both visits to the islands dives were well organized. We also note each time the ponctualités people who organized...