Bungalow en altitude avec piscine, deck, fare pote'e . Venez profiter du calme et de la beauté de l'île de Raiatea dans ce bungalow tranquille. Vue sur le lagon et ses motus, les îles de Tahaa et Huahine, le volcan de Orotaio et sa cascade.
“Home of Titaua and Nicolas unique thank you very much for all your attentions (airport, flowers, walk, linen), your advice and availability. Comfortable accommodation, well decorated and well equipped. Incredible view from the terrace and the swimming pool time stands still. Thank you also for your discretion and the access to the swimming pool. I will long remember the memory of watching a beautiful starry sky lying in the pool.”
Bungalow avec vue sur lagon et accès direct à la mer.Idéal pour couple ou petite famille souhaitant visiter notre belle île tout en se sentant comme chez eux.
“Hitiura and Lionel have an amazing bungalow nearby the center of Vaitape. The location is a short bike ride from the local grocery stores and banks, which is very convenient. They also lent us two bikes which made it so much easier to get around the island. The views from their deck are incredible and the surrounding water is great (and really easy!) to snorkel in. On top of all of that, they were responsive and flexible with check in/out times. We would definitely stay here again!”
Notre humble demeure située à Tahaa, en face de la passe PAIPAI, à la pointe Tiamahana, peut accueillir 6 personnes. La propriété du chanteur Joe Dassin se situe à 500m ! Pour l’emblématique course de pirogue qui se déroulera au début du mois de novembre, vous y serez aux loges ! Notre terrasse présente une vue imprenable sur les couchers de soleil, puisque nous sommes en bord de mer ! L'accès à la propriété se fait donc, uniquement par bateau. A bientôt!
“Thierry and Vaiana's place is spectacular. Whenever people think about French Polynesia, they picture overwater bungalows in Bora Bora. For my boyfriend and I, that's completely out of our price range. This was our second visit to Tahiti, and we visited Tahaa and Huahine this time. The first time we went, we stayed with local Tahitian families and it was incredible to feel and learn about Tahitian culture authentically. We also realized how overrated those overwater bungalows are, which is why we opted to stay with Tahitian families again on our second visit to Tahiti. Thierry and Vaiana's place is right on the water. You walk 20 feet out of where you're staying and the water is right there, just like it is in the photos of their home. The coral garden in front of their home is spectacular. The water is too shallow to snorkel around the coral (we were afraid of damaging their incredible lagoon), but so clear that we would walk around the mid-thigh deep water and observe the fish swimming around. We even saw a moray eel! We had guests drop out of our trip at the last minute because of health issues, and unfortunately one of the guests could drive manual and a boat. Neither my boyfriend or I knew how to do either one of those things, so we were a bit stuck at Thierry and Vaiana's place until we found an e-bike shop. They live past the end of the road, about 10 minutes hiking (we recommend hiking boots or good walking shoes). To get down to the home from the end of the road that is inaccessible via a 2WD. If you're comfortable traveling by boat, they can give you a quick and easy ride to town. Their place was one of the best we've stayed in so far on Airbnb. Their home itself was comfortable and incredibly spacious, with a well-stocked kitchen of supplies and tools. We cooked dinner every night in their home, and had access to fresh coconuts - we drank fresh coconut juice and made coconut milk every night. If you're visiting Tahaa with a family, Thierry and Vaiana's place is picture perfect for that relaxing, beachside vacation in Tahiti. Their hospitality was unparalleled - they went above and beyond in checking in on my boyfriend after he sprained an ankle and had a hard time walking. We absolutely enjoyed our stay in paradise at their place in Tahaa, and would recommend their place for people who love being by lush greenery and water.”