Tahiti: Ecotourism


Tahiti-French PolynesiaNature and Outdoor ActivitiesCoastal

Raymond Sahuquet
© Raymond Sahuquet

Reading time: 0 minPublished on 11 January 2023, updated on 16 April 2024

Tahiti has an incalculable number of secrets. These small sandy coral islands have seen many hotel complexes appear over these last years.

The Island of Taha'a

The Vahine Island Resort near Bora Bora, welcomes you to its luxury hotel on a private island in the middle of the Taha lagoon. On this small 9 hectare island, you will enjoy a white sandy beach and a superb coconut grove.

The Taha'a Island Resort & Spa - Relais Château on Motu Tautau invites you for a complete getaway. With its 57 suites and villas, you will experience magical moments full of authenticity.

The Rangiroa Atoll

The Kia OraHotel on Motu Avea Rahi offers you a 100% luxury getaway. Thanks to its sparkling blue lagoon and its breath-taking natural setting, you won't want to leave this place.

Everything is designed so that you spend a pleasant time in one of its 60 lodges. It is up to you to choose which one, from the chalet on stilts, the villa with pool or the chalet on the beach.

The Tikehau Atoll

Lovers of fresh air, the Ninamu Resort on Motu Tavararo is for you. Located in the south-west of French Polynesia, the hotel offers divers the chance to explore the seabed and fishermen and surfers the chance to devote themselves to their passion. One of the best kept secrets of the Pacific.

The Tikehau Pearl Beach Resort is located on Motu Kahia, an atoll which has unspoilt beauty and offers 24 suites and chalets. Suspended between the sky and the waves, Tikehau is a crown of small coral islands which form an exceptional setting, 26km long.

The Ahe Atoll

On Motu Maruaruki, the Cocoperle Lodge offers you a relaxing and heavenly stay in the heart of a wonderful flourishing coconut grove. The lodge offers 6 authentic chalets located on the beach and respectful of the ecology.

The Chez Raïta guesthouse on Motu Kateka is a little authentic and simple paradise, in harmony with nature and the traditions. Ahe, only recently open to tourism, is located in the north-west of the archipelago of the Tuamotu. 4 chalets await you.

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