Rangiroa Kia Ora Sauvage
Five enchanting bungalows provide accommodations for a total of 10 guests. Each thatched-roof bungalow has been hand-crafted from native wood, bamboo and palm. The bungalows have private facilities featuring gardens and showers. Avearahi is not wired for electricity or phones so your complete escape from civilization is guaranteed. Each evening, soft glowing oil lamps are brought to your bungalow.
At night you can relax on your private terrace under a sky filled with stars and watch the torches being lit on the beach. A sandy beach, hammock, lounge chairs and a large deck give you plenty of perches to view the beautiful lagoon.
A charming staff provides the resort’s services: simple, healthful meals emphasizing fresh seafood; a cocktail and snack bar; and, island activities fitting the season, such as fishing, shelling and reef exploration. A canoe, snorkeling and fishing equipment are all available for your use. The resort prefers that guests allow a minimum of two nights at the Kia Ora Sauvage. Due to flight schedules into and out of Rangiroa, it is frequently necessary and recommended that you allow at least one night at Hotel Kia Ora before and after your visit.
Words can’t describe the warmth, peace, and refreshing experience of spending a few days in this magnificent location.
The Kia Ora Sauvage is currently closed; however please check back with your Tahiti Travel Planner for reopening information.
Kia Ora Sauvage Rangiroa Bungalows
Beach Bungalow (5 bungalows – 300 sq ft)
All bungalows offer one king with a ceiling fan, private bathroom with shower.
- Fishing & Shark Feeding
- Snorkeling Equipment
- Outrigger Canoe