With its lush forests and untamed landscape, Huahine is Polynesia's best kept secret. The lagoon, bordered by white sand beaches, is rich with sea life, and the village of Maeva is a wealth of archeological sites. Composed of Huahine Nui (Big Huahine) and Huahine Iti (little Huahine), Huahine's two islands are joined by a small bridge and are enclosed within a protective coral reef.  A deep crystal clear lagoon surrounds the two islands, blessed with magnificent bays and white sand beaches. 

 Its few residents  will welcome you with great kindness and  classy resorts will provide you with the daily comfort, however I doubt its importance in this garden of Eden.

 

       

1     Te Tiare Beach Resort

2     Sofitel Heiva Resort

3     Relais Mahana

 
 
 
 
 
       

Te Tiare Beach Resort

Relax and unwind in one of the exquisitely furnished 41 bungalows.  All of the bungalows face west, so guests may enjoy the island's spectacular tropical sunsets as well as admire the nearby islands  Raiatea and Tahaa.

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Sofitel Heiva Resort

The resort comprises 61 over water, beach front, and garden bungalows, rooms and suites to match every style and budget. although the Sofitel Heiva is a brand new hotel, it manages to preserve the unspoiled charm of this archaeologically-rich island. Nestled between two white sand beaches and surrounded by a coconut tree plantation, the traditional architecture of the resort blends perfectly with the sacred sites (marae)  on the hotel grounds.

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Relais Mahana

Relais Mahana is a small, friendly, family owned, Tahitian-style hotel with beach and garden bungalows. It features a restaurant and bar at the edge of the lagoon. 
The hotel offers a swimming pool as well as a beautiful white sand beach. Complimentary bicycles and snorkeling equipment are available to guests

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