Taha’a lagoon is a paradise with crystal-clear water, perfect for indulging in some snorkeling. In this coral garden, the tropical fish, anemones and other underwater treasures are a fascinating sight for divers of all levels. Accessed directly from the hotel beach, the lagoon is a veritable outdoor swimming pool – heaven within reach of your snorkel!
The hotel’s diving club on the island of Taha'a can introduce you to its top spots for outstanding underwater diving. The Mounts of Ceran, the Pai-Pai/Tiva pass and Ruutia will allow you to see clown fish, Javanese moray eels, hawksbill turtles, humpback whales, large dolphins, sea fans and lemon or tipped sharks, among others. The hotel being located on a coral reef, the marine life here is extraordinary and accessible even to non-divers with flippers, mask and snorkel.
Endemic to the island of Taha’a, the wild sugarcane is used to make a special and wonderfully fragrant rum. Visiting the Pari Pari distillery will help you gain an understanding of the stages in its production and sample some of the fragrant T Rhum they produce in Taha'a.
Nicknamed the "Vanilla Island", Taha’a alone produces over 80% of Tahitian vanilla. Visiting the plantation in "Vanilla Valley" will help you gain an understanding of the various steps in the production process and the traditions that survive to this day.
“The Tahitian islands are the epitome of romance. Seize the occasion to seal your love the Polynesian way. The ceremony will take place on the resort’s private islet, surrounded by crystal-clear waters. After being transferred by outrigger canoe from your suite, tahitian songs and dances will greet you as the Master of Ceremony will proceed with the Polynesian blessing. The ‘tifafai’ (Tahitian quilt) wrapped around the happily married couple will seal the ceremony and the couples vows”.
“Set on the resort’s beautiful grounds, enjoy a romantic evening under the Tahitian starlit sky. A local dance troupe will greet you with the sound of the ‘Pu’, typical Polynesian welcome, and songs from the islands. Champagne will be served as drums, songs and dances transport you to ancient Tahiti. To the sounds of ukulele, a sumptuous 3-course dinner will then be served”.