At the edge of the Tiputa pass, facing the ballet of dolphins, refined bungalows and a warm atmosphere await you.
On the edge of the Tiputa pass, facing the ballet of dolphins, the Relais Josephine offers a breathtaking view of the blue lagoon.
Fallen in love with nature and with French Polynesia, Josephine decided to share her passion with travelers from all around the world by opening her own guesthouse.
Relais Josephine has a reduced structure, refined bungalows, charming surroundings, and a warm and cosmopolitan atmosphere. It is surrounded by a beautiful tropical garden where you can discover a number of plants species, including endemic ones.
The Relais Josephine offers 7 bungalows: 3 at seaside and 4 in a tropical garden. Bathroom, hot water, tea, coffee, a small fridge, fair dryer, separate WC, dressing room with individual safe, ceiling-fan, private terrace and solarium : you will have all the necessary comfort to enjoy a pleasant stay.
The hotel’s restaurant overlooking the Tiputa pass offers a large choice of French dishes cooked with local products. It is a delicious fusion of tradition and exotic and fresh ingredients. Savor your breakfast composed of local fruits and pastries watching the dolphins jumping out of water. Such a magnificent show!
Le Dauphin Gourmet: French cuisine and refined table
Several tables are scattered throughout the large room of the restaurant. Open-air with a panoramic view of the Tiputa pass, enjoy the breeze of the trade winds during your meals. Eating in couple or with few guests, do not miss the excellent cuisine of the guesthouse, renowned on the island of Rangiroa.
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