Enjoy the beautiful setting surrounded by coconut, hibiscus, palm and bougainvillea trees.
Located in the town of Avatoru, on the atoll of Rangiroa – second biggest atoll of the world, the Raira Lagon is nestled in the Tuamotu archipelago, in the middle of the South Pacific Ocean.
The serene sky of Rangiroa is reflected in the waters of the lagoon creating the impression that time has stopped in this corner of paradise.
Opened since 2009, the Raira Lagon hotel welcomes you in a friendly and an intimate setting with a 9 000m2 garden, planted with coconut trees, hibiscus, palm trees and bougainvilleas. It has 10 “Fare” (bungalows) recently re-decorated between tradition and modernity. A free Internet connection is available throughout your stay.
The hotel’s restaurant offers a good selection of Polynesian and French meals, a delicious fusion of European cuisine traditions and fresh local products. At twilight, enjoy the beautiful view of the sea plunging into darkness with a glass of wine of Rangiroa.
Fins, masks and snorkels are at your entire disposal inside your bungalow. Discover the pass while snorkeling or kayaking, enjoy a tour of the village on bicycle or just relax staying at the beach.
The Bar Restaurant at the edge of the lagoon offers Polynesian dishes and traditional French cuisine.
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The Raira Lagon's team favors the island's products as much as possible.
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