Hotel La Pirogue

BP 668, Tahaa, Society Islands, 98735, French Polynesia | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tahaa

A fun packed day on Bora Bora

A travel blog entry by rulian.fiske

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... sting rays there! Patrick first went into the water, with a few fish in his hand. The rays all swam over to him, climbed on him, kissed him, played with him. So cute!!! We all went into the water, touched the sting rays. Wow! Just wonderful!! Then a sting ray bit me! They don't have teeth, just gum. And he nibbled me with his gum! It scared me and I came back on the boat. Patrick said it's because he had not had Chinese food for a while :-)
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Big rays, big sharks, big lagoon, big dongas

A travel blog entry by aussiepanda

67

... take out a second (or third) mortgage. Neither of us are eaters of huge cuts of meat but what we ate of what we were served was delicious. There was just too much of it. As we were sat in the restaurant the Paul Gaugin sailed into the bay and anchored further down towards Paopao.

Well before 11:59 our scheduled departure time, the anchors came up and we made our way out through the reef. Next destination – Aitutaki, Cook Islands

We love you French ...

Motu Mahana

A travel blog entry by njbeaglemom

36

Tah'aa (Tah-ah-ah) is enclosed in the same barrier reef as Raiatea and is often called the "Vanilla Island." With only 4500 inhabitants, it is a quiet place where the residents not owning a vanilla plantation, make a living fishing and raising livestock. The main thing here for the cruise, is the private motu. This is the only place where we encountered bad weather. We went to bed with rain the night before and awoke to a dull, grey and misty day. There was, however, a ...

Manta Rays today

A travel blog entry by njbeaglemom

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... slapped its tail on the water to warn the others and they would dive under the water and reappear a little way off. We left them and continued on our journey. We stopped at Anau, an area where it is known that Manta Rays congregate. The water was murky, so Fabien wasn’t sure we’d be able to see the Mantas. Here we had to wear a life vest, which keeps snorkelers from free diving down and bothering the mantas. Although murky, we were able to see the giant ...

PATRICK'S LAGOON TOUR

A travel blog entry by annecastiglione

... was a really strong current. Patrick put out a line to hold on to for those without flippers. When we had finished we motored to his motu for lunch which was incredible. Rapa was there, our guide from the day before on the 4x4 excursion. He gave the story of how they prepared the pig for roasting and then ladies were seeved first. Champagne, lobster, fresh tuna, chicken worth taro leaves, roasted,pig, tuna ...

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This 2 star hotel, located on BP 668, Tahaa, is near Turtle Conservation Center, Marquises Rando, and Motu Pearl Farm.
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