Rangiroa, the third largest lagoon in the world, with nearly 1500 km², known as the Mecca of diving, with no less than 7 dive centers, 3 of which are available through our services: Topdive, Six Passengers, and Rangiroa Diving Center with the Te Moana inter-island Diving Pass or upon request for the Rebreather experience.Read more >
Review of a delightfully luxurious cruise
We presented it to you, this time we’ve tried it out. Yacht Island Passage, 13 cabins, 24 passengers max, total stability of a catamaran hull, power and comfort, ultra-personalized service, relaxed atmosphere, and the chance to discover an unspoilt paradise full of amazing experiences.
At last, a daytour to Tahiti peninsula
You asked for it… today we are delighted to be able to offer this service!
The legendary wave of Teahupoo, the one that thrills the surfing world every August at the famous Billabong Pro competition, is now within your reach on this Discovery daytour.
Grab your masks and snorkels!
With a water temperature higher than normal, the whales have arrived in our waters very early this year.
New concept, 100% made in Fenua
We have experienced this small private island estate with only 4 Beach Suites, initially introduced as a luxury property, which has now refocused on authenticity and wellness in accordance with its magical island setting.
The new star of organic grocery stores
We knew the coconut for its lightly sweet, very refreshing water, for its delicious pulp which, when grated and pressed, yields a sweet, rich milk, notably used in the famous Tahitian poisson cru. Today, the coconut health properties are gaining fame beyond the Pacific. The new star of organic grocery stores and edible cosmetic fans, we find it in the form of virgin coconut oil.
Raiatea-Tahaa, the perfect couple
On one side, Raiatea the large one: at a 45 minute flight from Papeete, with a great number of Air Tahiti rotations, 12000 inhabitants, and a surface area as large as Tahiti, it is the administrative center of the Society Islands. A young, dynamic island that still maintains its joyous, insular atmosphere with friendly, welcoming people. A clean, well-maintained island with its impressive, unique volcanic terrain, and above all a landscape that is beautiful in good and bad weather alike, like the mystical setting of Faaroa river in the mist, which leaves no one indifferent, or the Wall of Waterfalls (18 in total!) that only reveals itself when it rains. Since there are no beaches, the locals go to the surrounding motus or to Tahaa for the day.
Have you ever wanted to learn more about the Tahitian local lifestyle? If it is the case for you, let’s meet at Papeete Market every Sunday very early in the morning.Read more >