A French Polynesia Vacation in an exclusive hideaway paradise called Vahine Island situated on the north side of Tahaa is something that needs to be considered by you this year.
If it is a French Polynesia honeymoon that you are thinking about, or any honeymoon vacation for that matter, then Vahine Island needs checking out, if you are looking for an untouched blue lagoon in French Polynesia for your vacation.This is exactly where Vahine Island is to be found.
The number of guests is deliberately restricted as there are only three overwater bungalows, and six beach bungalows of which three are suites. The beach bungalows are beautifully situated amongst the hibiscus and bouganvillae, and they are all built of local woods and bamboo.
Your French Polynesia Vacation will start when you land at Tahiti International Airport, where you are just a short 35 minute flight from Raiatea Airport. You then are taken by speedboat for the 25 minute ride to Vahine Island.
Vahine Island could best be described as rustic luxury, the whole place and its surroundings almost seem to be in a time warp. It’s a wonderful place to stay, and if you are on your honeymoon vacation then one of the three overwater bungalows should probably be your choice.
Just be aware that there is no air conditioning in your room, which is a good reason for choosing overwater because of the breeze. There is no pool, but honestly who needs one, when you have the most beautiful swimming possible in the crystal clear turquoise sea only feet away, down the stairs and straight into the water.
The overwater bungalows have a platform deck half in the shade, covered, and half, open, in the sun.
Remember to take water shoes because if you stray far from the sandy bottom under the water bungalow you will find coral and sea urchins await you!!
Lots of people use the free kayaks and canoes and snorkelling gear also comes free of charge.
The food at Vahine island is a high spot, and you will dine on world class French cuisine, which is mixed with local exotic flavours and local seafood.
Monday, October 21, 2013