Nestled on a private islet, located half an hour from the airport, the guest house Hakamanu Lodge welcomes you for a stay in a Robinson setting, away from the hustle and bustle of the village. At your own pace, discover the surrounding landscapes through reef walks, swims in the lagoon or the channel, snorkeling or kayaking. Enjoy the pink sand beach of the Lodge relaxing in one of the loungers. Rose and Robert, owners of the place, are discreet hosts but will remain available for you if needed. Disconnect and enjoy the Tuamotu.
Fan, Housekeeping every 3 days, Mosquito Net, Private Bathroom.
In total, 3 rooms are available and all have their own private bathroom with hot water. They can accommodate up to 3 people.
-2 units are adjoining and offer 1 king and 1 single bed each.
-1 unit is located channel side and offers 1 king bed and possibility of putting 1 extra bed. A small terrace with chairs and table.
For more conveniency the main laundry is also put at disposal.
This bungalow is located away from the main house, at the edge of the lagoon with its sandy beach just in front. The interior is cozy with king bed and private bathroom with hot water. This unit is ideal for couples.
Brand new bungalows located on the white sand beach. These 2 units have a private bathroom and a furnished terrace. The interior is cozy with King bed. To propose for couples.
Bungalow located lagoonside, near the pass of the motu. Simple yet comfortable, it features two rooms with private bathroom: one unit has one double bed and two single beds and the other room has two double beds and one single bed. This category is suitable for large families.
Check-In 13:00 Check-Out 11:00
The restaurant of the pension is located at the entrance of the motu, within the main house.
Set tables and chairs are located within the dining room, and on the covered terrace facing the lagoon for meals.
Continental Breakfast : 07H00 to 09H00
Tea/Coffee/Chocolate, bread, butter, jam, juice, fruits
Lunch (to be organized and paid on spot) : from 11H30 to 13H30
Snacks or light meals available such as pizzas, steacks & fries, panini ..
Dinner : from 19H00
1 starter + 1 main course + 1 home made dessert
Meals are prepared with local products such as fresh fish, meat when available (different style of cooking), and vegetables.
Bar (sodas, beers, wines, alcohol) available on location
Free Internet from the main lounge
Bring good reef shoes if you plan on walking around the surrounding islets (motu)
Behind the guest house, within a few minutes walk, you can swim in small natural pools formed by coral
If you want a good snorkeling session in the lagoon or the channel, please ask Robert or Rose for appropriate equipment
Kayaks are available to guests for free
At the Lodge's discretion, tours can be organized on request and depending on occupancy:
- Picnic at the Motu
- Visit of Bird island and Eden island
- Fishing activities
(Reservation and payment on the spot directly)
Divers must pay a supplement on spot for return transfers to the dive centers of the island (Top Dive located within the Tikehau Pearl
Beach Resort being the closest)
Fishing, Kayaks, Canoe, Library, Petanque, Snorkeling Equipment
Internet Access / Wifi
For security reasons, children from 00 to 02 years are not allowed on the motu
Located on a secluded motu at 30min boat distance from the main village and 15min from Eden island.
Welcome amenities: Flower lei at the arrival at the airport and fresh coconut water
Departure amenities: One shell lei per person
Information on this Factsheet is subject to change without prior notice.
Everything we discussed thru email and our plan has been modified few times and finalized in 1-2 months. Fred and Vini are helpful, I had a great honeymoon arrangement. Thanks the team!
Excellent, what an organization at the top! Really thank you, everything was very well managed!
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