Address: Fakarava, Tuamotu, French Polynesia | B&B
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        The Fakarava One

        A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Apr 09, 2015

        20 photos

        ... ever imagine. We were instructed to paddle to shore where we would be served lunch. The guides set about lighting fires to clear the mosquitos and to get the BBQ going for lunch and we all had a beer, paddled, chatted and generally just had a lovely time. We were so lucky to be with a really great group of people and had a fantastic afternoon chatting with Jim & Shirley and Shirley, Ron and Connie whilst our island lunch feast was prepared. After days ...

        A day on the "Island of Dreams"

        A travel blog entry by rulian.fiske on Apr 16, 2014

        27 photos

        ... good!

        We stayed at the spot for probably an hour or so, then we got out and walked back - some locals told us the snorkeling would be better the opposite direction. We walked a couple of minutes beyond the pier and got in the water again. It was by a dive shop which was closed. This time I wore my snorkel mask, but I saw only a couple of interesting fish. It was interesting that there were more fish in the water right at the edge ...

        Do you Know What an Atoll Is?

        A travel blog entry by suncitygaltx on Jan 11, 2014

        2 comments, 15 photos

        ... the landing platform, so we bobbed around for a while. We didn't melt, though, and got back to the ship in time for a late lunch, and a nap.

        We went up to the top deck for cocktail hour so that we could watch the sail-away, and see the atoll from a higher perspective. I'm glad we did, because we could see the nearly circular shape of the reef, and where the inhabitants lived. Fakarava was a good introduction to French ...

        A Motu BBQ

        A travel blog entry by njbeaglemom on Jul 01, 2013

        56 photos

        ... time. Fakarava is a good example of this. A 1 hour snorkeling tour that went to the exact same spot we went to snorkel cost $89. A 3.5 hour "Half Day at the Beach" where they take you to this beautiful beach, then give you time to snorkel in the lagoon and includes some refreshments, was $129. For $105, we got both of those, plus a Tahitian BBQ on the beach.

        Our first stop was a coral head. The water was a bit rough, but nothing ...


        A travel blog entry by blakes on Apr 23, 2013

        6 photos

        ... It is long and narrow and we walked from one side to the other on the narrow side in less than 5 minutes. There wasn't much to do but we did see a charming Catholic church and a small cemetary. We must have passed a school because we could hear a bunch of children inside. They say there are about 800 inhabitants on the island but I don't know where they all were. I wonder what they all do for a living. Bikes ...