Raimiti has made it its mission to make you experience the warm atmosphere of guest houses, combining comfort and authenticity.
To get to Raimiti, you will need to take a boat from the airport or village – it is the only way to get there. There is no road; the property is located on the opposite side of the atoll.
An outing in a "Kau" (a small aluminium boat) inside the lagoon will make you forget the world that you know - to let yourself be carried away by the world of Raimiti. Along the coast, you will see a landscape of motu, beaches, coconut groves, reefs and an increasingly wild nature as you move away from the village.
Finally, it's time to dock on a pontoon in the middle of nowhere. This is where lies the Raimiti guesthouse, between the lagoon and the ocean, in the middle of a large coconut grove.
The Raimiti guesthouse is a place in all simplicity, privileged, authentic and typically Polynesian. This paradise is ideal to relax and free yourself from your daily routine.
Storm lamps and candles light the secluded bungalows, without doors or keys. Built with local materials, these bungalows will make you feel as Robinson on his island, away from everything.
Eric and his team will take care of you during your stay. According to both your wishes and the weather, they will make you live unforgettable moments, to the Tuamotu islands rhythm.
They will also offer you, in their beautiful little restaurant, a Polynesian atmosphere, varied meals and tropical cocktails that you will get to enjoy outdoors, feet in the sand in the shade of trees or at the friendly host table.
A dining room with a Polynesian atmosphere where, despite the remoteness of the location, you will love the range of different meals
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A dream place for a perfect hidewayay, nestled along a turquoise crystal clear lagoon.
Nestled in a secluded location next to the southern pass of Fakarava, this guesthouse is a paradise hidden from the rest of the world.
Imagine yourself in a Polynesian bungalow, facing the lagoon, under the bright sun and two steps away from a turquoise lagoon…