One of the Pacific’s best-kept secrets, an atoll dear to the heart of Polynesians for its preserved beauty: suspended between sky and waves, Tikehau is a crown of coral islets that form an exceptional, 26-km long lagoon. In the language of the Tuamotu, Tikehau means “peaceful landing,” and it’s easy to understand the origins of its name. There, nestled in a wild coconut grove, on a pink sand beach, the Tikehau Pearl Beach Resort awaits you for a stay in paradise.
The hotel offers 24 suites and overwater bungalows, and 13 beach bungalows on a carefully kept 10-acre property. The bar and restaurant, housed in the impressive fare pote (communal house), welcome you by the edge of the infinity pool. Many excursions and activities are available: snorkeling, canoeing, sunset cruise, picnic, bicycle tour of the village, and scuba diving and massage at the fare Manea Spa.