Hotel La Pirogue

Address: BP 668, Tahaa, Society Islands, 98735, French Polynesia | 2 star hotel
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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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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel La Pirogue Tahaa

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Tahaa

Day 3

A travel blog entry by gypsydi on Sep 12, 2014

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Waiting for wifi to connect. We're having meltdown !!! Arrived in Raiatea safe and sound. So good to just chill out and not have to think about catching a plane after 3 days on the go. Very tropical and all the vegetation so green. Flying into Raiatea was just amazing. The colour of the water and all the outlying reefs were awesome. Met up with Boyd, ...

Cutting costs...

A travel blog entry by thechuckmeister on May 11, 2014

It should come as no surprise to anyone that Tahiti and the islands are very expensive. More expensive than my budget normally allows for. However, an interesting thing happened on my journey booking the travel accommodations. There was an airfare deal that came through that shaved off $500 from my original ticket, the hotels started allowing points to be redeemed to reduce the nightly rates - all this AFTER my initial bookings. Bottom line - Even though the recommendations ...

Big rays, big sharks, big lagoon, big dongas

A travel blog entry by aussiepanda on Mar 29, 2014

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... 8217; just next to the quay but we had no idea what.

The tourist information centre told us a ‘truck’ travelled to and from Matira Beach for CFP1000 (or USD5) per person each way. So we jumped in the 'truck' (a landrover with seats down each side of a covered tray back) and went to the beach. We’d forgotten swimmers or beach towels (we had our sports towels) so Al went in wearing his undies. At least I was wearing boardies. ...


A travel blog entry by karensnare on Dec 05, 2013

7 comments, 23 photos

... wacking and then we had to scale a cliff. You know when Bill is freaked out that means we were not in a good situation. But no worries we got the the kids through it, they were rockstars!!! We all were more worried about the poor dog. Luckily he was wearing a harness for his leash and they were able to lower him down. Whew it was an experience! We all survived and bonded to say the least!! That night we cruised to the island of Uo Poa. Bill and ...

Motu Mahana

A travel blog entry by njbeaglemom on Jul 03, 2013

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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 ...