The Guesthouse Tama Resort is located north of Raivavae. It features three bungalows overlooking a beautiful white sand beach; ideal unit for couples seeking a romantic getaway. On the other side of the road, mountain side, there are two other bungalows, spacious and comfortable, located in the back garden of the family home. Meals are served on the same table and every guest can taste the varied and copious dishes of Eleonore, the hostess; the local produce and lagoon fish are mainly on the menu. Do not miss the activities proposed by the guest house, visit of the village, walk on the reef, line fishing, basket weaving, hiking etc. ... a unique opportunity to discover the life rhythm of the Austral Islands.
Baby Bed upon request, Ceiling Fan, Housekeeping every 3 days, TV.
Located on the mountainside behind the family home, the garden bungalows are spacious and comfortable.
Located beachside, this bungalow offers amazing views on the crystal clear waters of Raivavae.
Check-In/-out: according to flights schedules.
Half Board included withint the accomodation rate.
Meals are taken on a common table with Eleonore.
The 3-Course dinner menu is fixed.
Bar (wine, local beers) available
-Visit of the village
-Nice walk along the reef
-Visit of a craftsman
-Visit of plantations
-Making necklaces and crowns
-Hiking to Mount Hiro
-Stroll through the cross-country road
-Deep sea fishing and spearfishing
-Visit of archeological sites
Beach Towels Provided, Library, Snorkeling Equipment, Tennis Table
No special activities for children.
Anatonu village, 8 kilometers from the airport.
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