Hanakee Hiva Oa Pearl Lodge

Address: \N, Hiva Oa, Marquesas Islands, 98741, French Polynesia | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on \N, Hiva Oa, is near Gauguin Museum and Bay of Virgins (Baie de Vierges).
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      Travel Blogs from Hiva Oa

      The Longest Passage

      A travel blog entry by oldgumby on Apr 05, 2015

      14 comments

      ... endless, open ocean is between the Marquises which will be our next landfall and where we started off from in Santa Cruz.

      "Dave" has settled into her work and for the first three days she put six Nautical Miles under her keel every hour, which is a very respectable clip for an ocean going yacht. There is no fuss or strain in her efforts at the moment and she is sailing well within herself and if she can maintain something around this pace we should be in the Marquises in ...

      Pacific Ocean and Marquesas in French Polynesia

      A travel blog entry by lambertry on May 14, 2013

      6 comments, 23 photos

      ... have settled into a 5.5 knot cruising speed on "MacPelican".
      Six days in and we have seen a few birds and caught a decent size mahi-mahi
      which is on the menu tonight. The immediate objective is to settle the mind and body into these next 3 weeks…. I did roast a chook that we ate over at least
      three meals and baked some chocolate brownies which is not advisable when on a lean…will let you know how the rest goes…haven't attempted to make bread ...

      Inked? ...and we're not talking squid ink

      A travel blog entry by gatogo on May 20, 2012

      6 comments, 13 photos

      ... warnings at the airport about taking packages from strangers, but we are in paradise and it was a carving… We left for the 65 mile sail and made it into the bay near dusk. To ship the package by another mode would mean waiting for the supply ship to come in one to two weeks, then wait for the correct sequence of Island stops to get the carving there, or find another sea going option. There are no air flights. So, Gato Go looked like a good ...

      Tattoos & Cannibals - Part I

      A travel blog entry by gatogo on May 16, 2012

      13 comments, 18 photos

      Grand, brooding, powerful, and charismatic. Here, nature's fingers have dug deep grooves and fluted sharp edges, sculpting intricate jewels that jut-up dramatically from the cobalt blue ocean. Waterfalls taller than skyscrapers trickle down vertical canyons; the ocean thrashes towering sea cliffs; sharp basalt pinnacles project from emerald forests; amphitheater-like valleys cloaked in greenery are reminiscent of the Raiders of the Lost Ark; ...

      Passaging the Pacific Ocean to Polynesia

      A travel blog entry by sharkita on Aug 19, 2011

      6 comments, 23 photos

      Passaging the Pacific Ocean to Polynesia.

      14/05/2011. We are at 08'27 s and 121'09 w, we've been gone from Galapagos for 15 days now and are having a bit of a slow crossing, winds been a bit light but we've sailed continuously and haven't used any diesel yet. Presently we've got the big spinnaker up and the mizzen staysail, so we look quite colourful and we're doing 5.1 knots, which should give us a daily run of about 120 miles, yesterday ...