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Tikehau Pearl Beach Resort

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Overview - Tikehau Pearl Beach Resort. Copyright Tikehau Pearl Beach Resort.

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Considered one of the most beautiful atolls in Polynesia, Tikehau is a
graceful oval crown of small islets, with an interior lagoon 16 miles
across and a pass for small boats through the coral reef. Located in the
Tuamotu islands on a secluded pink sandy beach fringed with coconut trees, the resort welcomes guests to this 4 hectare tropical paradise.

A bar and restaurant located poolside provide an idyllic setting. Many excursions and activities are available to enhance this heavenly location: snorkeling, canoes and kayaks, sunset cruises, picnics, visit to the village by bicycle, plus the resort has its own Tikehau Blue Nui scuba diving Center. Fare Manea Spa invites you to experience the rich massage tradition of Polynesia thanks to the best certified 100% natural products.

Discover the exceptional blend of an exclusive hideaway, elegant informality and Polynesian hospitality at the Tikehau Pearl Beach Resort.

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Review date:   March 8, 2017 3:58AM
Review:   Very beautiful, clean, wonderful, and private place. All staffs are really kind and helpful. I've been in french polynesia 3 times (2 times in bora bora and 1 time in tikehau), I'll recommand tikehau than bora bora, because there's less people and tikehau is more private place. I really really want to go tikehau one more time. ^^
Author:   김영채
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Review date:   November 8, 2016 12:20AM
Review:   We recently spent part of our honeymoon in an overwater bungalow at the Tikehau Pearl Beach Resort & stayed for a total of 4 nights. I will start by saying that if you are looking for a romantic, secluded location with exciting marine life & some stunning scenery than this place is perfect for that. Each day that we were there we took out the complimentary snorkeling gear or kayaks and got to see so many cool things & even discover a couple of beautiful private island areas where we could swim and suntan just the two of us. Amazing! I really want to say that we loved it here & so much of me wants to go back to Tikehau right away, but there were a few things that were a little disappointing about our stay. 1. Cleanliness - I am sure that this is a problem all over French Polynesia but the termites were particularly bad in our bungalow leaving piles of wood dust on our sitting area, floor, clothes, suitcases ... and just when we seemed to figure our where we could safely put our stuff the termite dust would appear again. The staff would clean each day & did a wonderful job but it was just constant. 2. Food - The dinners here were REALLY good & so even though they were all quite pricey I cannot say they weren't worth it. On the other hand, the snacks that were available were not so great. We paid $16 USD to share a small, cold, dry ham & cheese panini one afternoon & cocktails were, in my opinion, too expensive for what they served. 3. Communication - This one drove me the craziest. When we arrived we were told that there was a free shuttle daily to the main island but that there was nothing there but a beach (no markets no shops no snacks - nothing.) When we found out that this resort did not have food available any time of day (there were hours in the morning and afternoon where no food was served) we wished that we had brought some snacks to help us through the day (we typically eat at off hours.) We mentioned this on our last day there to one of the front desk members and they said that the shuttle island had a very small store with some snacks as well as a small lunch spot by the beach. We would have probably taken advantage of that more than once had we been given that information right away. 4. Transportation - When I heard that I would be charged $35 USD/ Person/ Way for the airport transfer I assumed that the resort was quite a distance away or that there was some sort of luxury boat etc. We were dropped off at the pier waiting for our boat for almost 10 minutes & when it arrived it was nothing more luxurious than any boat used at the more budget hotels. The transfer itself was only about 15 minutes and no water or anything special was provided. That's fine, but not for that price (especially given the fact that without luggage that transfer is offered free daily.) We loved the IDEA of this hotel & location more than anything and with a few little adjustments it could be the perfect piece of paradise. However, I'm not sure that I would return.
Author:   Teri Northey-Potts
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Review date:   April 2, 2014 2:57PM
Review:   Probably the Best out of the modern world experience we've ever had. While there is no Internet, you have a direct vie of Octopus, Fish and crabs from your over the water bungalow. The island is small and feels like it is the "end of the earth" but has amenities of comfort and relaxation. We would definitely go back and stay longer!
Author:   John Hearton
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Review date:   July 31, 2015 6:56PM
Review:   i was there with my parents,,,,,,, IYS SO COOL,but one time i met a great white shark
Author:   Daniil Pashin
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Review date:   July 21, 2015 2:09PM
Review:   Lol donno
Author:   Daddy Ascii
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