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Le Sauvage, a, exceptional Robinson Crusoe experience

remarkable

The annex of Kia Ora Resort & Spa, hidden on the other side of the atoll of Rangiroa, gives guests the chance to live like Robinson Crusoe, but in complete comfort.

A princely welcome, as if you were alone in the world… Or almost, as the Avea Rahi motu only had five bungalows, each accommodating two people. A rarity that allows you to escape out of time, but nevertheless requires a two-night minimum (full board) on this nugget in the middle of the Pacific. Who's complaining? A delightful place to live to the rhythm of the sun in ultimate luxury, you'll want to stay forever.

There's no electricity or Internet access, but there is running water, and two people very attentive at your service, to cook Polynesian dishes, with absolutely fresh products, organise tailor-made activities: canoeing, pirogue excursions, and snorkelling, for example, to explore the coral reefs that line the deserted beaches, populated only by coconut trees, whose shade on the white sand provide blessed relief from the sun.

Le Sauvage
B.P. 198
Avatoru
98775 Rangiroa

+689 40 93 11 17

http://rangiroalagoon.com

Rooms: from 75 000 XPF

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