Huahine Vacances

Address: BP 10 Fare, Huahine, Society Islands, 98731 PF, French Polynesia | Ranch
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Travel Blogs from Huahine

Natsejlads, tordenvejr og spinning dolphins

A travel blog entry by thaulow on Dec 28, 2013

Juleaften den 24. dec. Vandretur med pigerne på Moorea.
Bjarke og Terry gik i gang med and og kalkun.
Fik dejlig julemiddag og hyggede.

Den 25. dec.
Lejede scooter som vi fik leveret til den strand vi lå for anker ud for. Vi fulgtes med Bjarke og Lise til Belvedere (udkigspunkt på Moorea),hvor vi havde en fin udsigt over de to …

Living the dream in Tahiti, Moorea and Raiatea...

A travel blog entry by conchwillow on Jul 13, 2013

1 comment, 28 photos

... the one island that most people associate with the epitome of tranquil luxury) and most people on our flight stayed resolutely in their seats when we landed at Raiatea’s tiny airport, waiting to be carried off to the dreamiest of all of French Polynesia’s islands and probably one of the most expensive too. We got off along with a few other cheapskates….

We had splashed out on a hire car – which turned ...

Small, beautiful Huahine

A travel blog entry by blakes on Apr 19, 2013

7 photos

... so maybe school is in session.

So many different shades of green on the hillsides. Couple that with the blues and turquoise of the sea and you've got a breathtaking picture. We went wading a little bit as we looked for coral and seashells. The water is warm and clear. There are no natural beaches in the town area and we are not sure how far out of town we would need to go to find ...

Huahine - Not a care in the world

A travel blog entry by khillski on Sep 30, 2012

7 photos

... in the village of Maeva, some along the lagoon but most of the more important and impressive Maraes are located on the hillside above Maeva. As we hiked up to the Maraes we passed several mango, papaya, lime, orange and breadfruit trees, all of which were brought to the island by Europeans. Only the coconut is indigenous to the islands of Polynesia. We also stopped at a vanilla farm before going on to the village of Faie where we saw ...

You Can't Stop the Music

A travel blog entry by gatogo on Jul 01, 2012

3 comments, 26 photos

... before their boss wanted to leave for parts north. We went to one night of dancing with them which turned out to be one of the local villages on Bora Bora – very good, but not the high caliber that we ...