Rimatara offers contemporary version of the Garden of Eden. Until 2006 (year of creation of the airfield) the smallest island of the Austral, only 8.6km ², was very isolated from the rest of French Polynesia.
This amazing isolation at that time was possible thanks to the richness of its land and fishing areas nearby that allowed a life near autarky its some 800 inhabitants. You will discover a particularly rich endemic flora and fauna whose figurehead is the Parakeet of Rimatara, named the Uravaero, famous for its red and green plumage. Two pensions welcome you to Rimatara. In addition to the exceptional comfort of their accommodation considering the isolation of the place, they offer activities that will make this trip a key moment of a discovery travel:
- Picnic on the beach;
- Bike ride;
- Fishing Party;
- Whale watching during the austral winter.
If you dream of experience the end of the world, Rimatara is for you. You can combine your stay with other dream islands of the Austral Archipelago such as Raivavae or Rurutu.
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