Activities on Tikehau

on Tikehau.
Tikehau Diving Activities
For a boat trip on the lagoon, you will go to the site of the old pearl farm. There is a cleaning station for manta rays that you can observe during a snorkeling session. Afterwards, you will go to the motu Puarua also called the Bird Island, then a picnic offered on an islet.

Mauitahi Excursions

Tikehau diving excursions mauitahi

Mahuitahi welcomes you on his boat from the marina to make you discover Tikehau's attol during the day.

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    Snorkeling at the old pearl farm where the manta ray cleaning station is located. The trip continues with a visit to the bird island.

    A picnic is then planned on its motu with pink sand. The outing takes place over 6 hours. Available every day except Saturday.

Naga Transport

Tikehau Diving excursions Naga Transport

One of the first to have proposed lagoon excursions on Tikehau, Papa IO and his team will make you discover the various tourist sites of the island, with a very good knowledge of its atoll.

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    Full day excursion, it will take you to the site of the manta rays, then the visit of the bird island.

    A picnic with barbecue will be proposed to you on its private islet with pink sand, a good moment of relaxation before the return to the village.
    Available every day. Contact 87 74 84 85

Tikehau Diving

Tikehau diving Snorkeling Tours

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Come and discover our Tikehau Snorkeling Tours ! A nice alternative for those who wish to discover the seabed of Tikehau without a bottle. Join us!

Hititemanava Excursion

Tikehau diving activities Hititemanava excursion

We also recommend this service provider who offers snorkeling at the Manta Rays site, a visit to the Bird Island, a picnic with local colors in the fishermen's village, and finally a snorkeing around the pass.

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