At Le Tahaa Island Resort & Spa, you’ll be met with a dream-come-true South Pacific stay
Tropical fish, stingrays and other colorful marine wildlife can be seen all over the resort, which is next to the most famous coral garden in Tahaa. A strong ocean current feeds into the lagoon, bringing sea life face-to-face with guests, and creating a drift that is perfect for amazing snorkeling opportunities.
One-bedroom beach villas that overlook the lagoon also come with private gardens, an outside bathtub and shower, a plunge pool and a separate sitting room area. Overwater bungalows feature spacious decks with a dining area, and are decorated in natural design elements such as thatched-roofs, local woods, coral and shells.
Other features of Le Tahaa include a tennis court, a fitness center with lagoon views and an open-air spa hidden away in a garden. That is, of course, if you can drag yourself away from the resort’s white-sand beach and pool area.
Visitors can reach Le Tahaa by a 30-minute boat ride from Raiatea Airport. The transfer, along with breakfast, is included in the cost of the room. However, if you’re going all-out, a 14-minute helicopter transfer from Bora Bora to the resort offers an unforgettable experience.