An exceptional setting, a warm welcome, delicious cocktails and a stunning beach... the Vaitumu Village is a must in Rurutu.
Located in the charming town of Moerai, not far from the airport of Rurutu, the Vaitumu Village is an ideal place to feel closer to nature. The guesthouse is located on the beachside, allowing you to get a sunbath anytime, to observe the whales during the season and to enjoy evenings by the fire, on the sand.
Rurutu offers some beautiful excursions: hiking, enormous caves, taro fields, whales and unmatched handcrafts. With its seven bungalows facing the ocean, its large swimming pool and its reception, Vaitumu Village is a charming establishment, half-way between the guesthouse and the hotel.
Here, you can easily find the authenticity of the Austral Islands, the local savoir-faire and flavors of homemade meals on one side, along with the quality, the space, the comfort and the services of a top-notch accommodation.
Adorable, the staff will make sure that you have everything you need during you stay. If you follow a special diet, the hosts will do their very best to prepare some personalized dishes, if the deliveries allow it. The guesthouse has a bar, its own vegetable garden, a pergola and fireplace to add to its friendly atmosphere.
The Vaitumu Village also offers an ATV rental service in order to discover the island on your own.
Some theme evenings are organized for big occasions. This is an opportunity to observe the opening of the traditional-oven and to taste the delicious traditional food.
Delicious homemade dishes are waiting for you, with garden vegetables or locals ingredients. A simple and fresh cuisine spinkled with Polynesian touch. Fishes, taro, papaya, no holidays for your taste bud !
In the evening, relax at the bar or sip a tasteful cocktail near to the fireplace.
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Elin and Viriamu will welcome you in their authentic little corner of Paradise in Rurutu...