This Tahiti resort boasts an elegant and refined architecture fully upgraded in 2011. Hotel Kia Ora Resort & Spa boasts 60 villas and bungalows with exceptional style, scattered throughout the coconut grove, on the beach and overlooking the lagoon. A spa with a rain shower and a fitness room completes the hotel facilities. On the waterfront, a restaurant and a bar on stilts surround a swimming pool with Jacuzzi.
This hotel also features five traditional style bungalows located on a private island, just an hour away by boat. There is Le Sauvage Private Island greets you in a mini version of paradise and reserves its charm to ten guests, who can discover the true Polynesian art of living, in a perfectly preserved nature.Like Us? Share Us!
World-class snorkeling and diving in Tahiti is one of the South Pacific's best-kept secrets. Both experienced and beginner divers and snorkelers are amazed by how clear the waters are and how close they can swim to the marine life, such as the gigantic manta rays.
Tahiti's big resort hotels all offer weekly shows and entertainment. You also have a full range of pubs, cafes, and restaurants to explore.
The indigenous people of Tahiti-Polynesia are the Maohi or Eastern Polynesians (as opposed to the Western Polynesians in Samoa and Tonga). Racial intermarriages are common and many Tahitians can claim French, Chinese, American and Polynesian ancestry. This accounts for the physical beauty of the inhabitants and the total absence of racial prejudice, either from the Europeans or the Tahitians.