Nuku Hiva Keikahanui Pearl Lodge

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Taiohae, Nuku Hiva, 98742, French Polynesia
Keikahanui Nuku Hiva Pearl Lodge
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Rated 11% higher but also costs 25% more than other 3.5 star hotels

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  • Families100
  • Couples92
  • Solo75
  • Business0

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diving with manta rays?

by lovinoz

We're going to tahiti soon and would love to see some manta rays & was wondering if anyone can recomend any dive (or snorkel?)sites that would be the best (& what our chances of seeing one is) - have also heard that they have been scared off from the sites inside the lagoon on bora bora can anyone confirm or deny this!

Re: diving with manta rays?

by Agraichen

Can't comment on Manta's but the Sting Rays were quite friendly. On a motu just off of Moorea we had them sitting in our lap in the shallows. They were more friendly than the ones at Sting Ray City in the Caymens.

Travel Tips for Tahiti


by Muya

Upon arrival, Papeete seemed so calm to us when we compared it to how it is "back home"... but when we returned from Bora, I found it so noisy and polluted !! It is amazing how quick you get used to calm and quiet life :-) I really prefer Papeete by night, when some places like Place Vaiete come to life and car smells vanish with the night...

At the origin, Papeete was a small village founded by the Reverend William P. Crook in 1818 with its center located in Bougainville Park. It is said that Tahitians in ancient times used to drink the pure water from the stream that was flowing in the area. They would lower gourds and baskets into the stream to get the water. And the village was called accordingly « Papeete », meaning « water basket ».

Blue skies, Beaches

by Jenny-Lemalu

i fell inlove with the beaches in tahiti @ that beautiful....
LeMeriden BoraBora....lovely place to stay at...
always remember the camera
your swim suits...hats coz u dont wanna get burnt ....
the small huts on the sea are jst so floor....u can see all the fishes swimming in the sea....full relaxing...
and the food...yum yum...gotta love it...and the shopping....always a good place to shop for pearls....Tahiti is the land of the black them take a pear out of an oyster..and learn the tahitian dance at the nite entertainment.....relaxing....everything is worth of my favorite islands in the pacific....
Tahiti nui...Malulu

Don't have a complete meal plan

by jonesrd

Our package included a buffet breakfast. We were so full that some days we didn't need lunch or else shared a meal between us. Dinner - eat out. There are quite a few restaurants that will arrange a pickup.

Dove Nesting In Bananas

by easyoar

Please enlarge the photo for this one!

When I was visiting the Tomb of King Pomare V, I was walking past a bunch of bananas (they are all over the place in Tahiti, so you stop paying too much attention to them), when something caught my eye and I took a better look at them. There right by my head was a dove nesting in the actual bunch of bananas on the plant!

Needless to say my camera came out, and being careful not to disturb the bird I took a few pictures. Whilst it didn't appered to be overjoyed to see me, it didn't really appear that fussed by my presence, but then it hadn't exactly chosen a quiet place for nesting...

Touring the island

by Helga67

The circle island tour around the coastal road of Tahiti is 114 km (71 miles). Away from the metropolitan area close to Papeete the paved roads are two lanes, with very few straight stretches.

The northeast coast is less developed, with numerous waterfalls and deep valleys, modest homes and beautiful flower gardens. Here you will find the golden-brown sands of the volcanic beaches.

The southwest coast is much more congested, with houses and traffic. A few white sand beaches border the shoreline and the turquoise lagoon is protected by a coral reef.


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Address: Taiohae, Nuku Hiva, 98742, French Polynesia