The Tikehau Pearl Beach Resort is an incredible destination for couples. The resort is located in French Polynesia, in the Tuamotu Islands in the South Pacific. The overwater bungalows are ideal as honeymoon suites, while the lagoon of Tikehau has beautiful pink-sand beaches and amazing marine life.
The resort offers a choice of beach bungalows and overwater suites. The "premium" bungalows are slightly more private since they are farther away from the main areas of the resort. Consider booking one of those on your island honeymoon. 13 Beach Bungalows are located on the beach, facing the lagoon, under ironwood and coconut trees. Unique indoor/outdoor bathrooms overlook a small garden. There are 9 beautiful Overwater bungalows set on the atoll, with a glass table for looking into the water. For additional privacy, ask for one of the 7 Premium Overwater bungalows which are set at the far end of the pontoon. Overwater Suites offers the most beautiful sunset views and luxuries such as air conditioning and large bathtubs. There is just one Beach Villa, located in a quiet part of the resort, complete with a thatched roof and a pool.
The main restaurant at the resort, the Poreho Restaurant and Terrace, lets you to watch the sunset as you enjoy your dinner.
There is a set menu for lunch and dinner. The Tianoa Bar, right between the
pool and the beach, serves cool drinks and cocktails daily. Explore all
that the underwater world has to offer on your island honeymoon vacation. Consider using the resort's snorkeling
equipment to explore the lagoon from the beach. For certified scuba divers,
Blue Nui Divers can take you to nearby dive sites, including Tuheiva Pass, Shark
Hole, and Mamaa. Fly to Tahiti and catch a connecting flight to the Tuamotu Islands. Rates for this vacation start at around 318 EUR for a Beach Bungalow and 586 EUR for an Overwater Suite (+689 50 84 54).
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