We stayed here on the last few nights of our honeymoon (having visited Tahiti, Bora Bora and Raiatea). We had the end overwater villa that is beautifully decorated and wonderfully tranquil. The coffee table opened up atop the ocean and we could feed the fish from the living room.
Food here is of Michelin quality, with service to match and a great wine list. While the added expense of being half board may put some people off, it was absolutely worth it and cost no more than dining out on the other islands.
Breakfast was a particular favourite with the freshest produce we had in French Polynesia, warm baked pastries, freshly squeezed juices and organic eggs.
I am not great at sitting still and was so worried that with four days on the island I would get a little stir crazy. As it happened, we didn't feel we spent long enough here as there were daily activities, complimentary snorkelling activities and a spa, and we didn't want to miss out on anything.
Being from the UK, getting to French Polynesia isn't easy. But if you are over this side of the world, this perfect island is a must.More
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