Fakarava is the second largest atoll in French Polynesia. Like her big sister, Rangiroa, this island is famous for its exceptional dive sites, especially the north pass, which is 800m wide. Flights to Fakarava take 1 hour 10 minutes from Tahiti.
A biosphere reserve of UNESCO, Fakarava draws most of its income from pearl farming. To protect the island’s untouched environment, the only hotel was built respecting its surroundings, on both land and sea, by refraining from erecting overwater bungalows.