Nestled on the heights near Uturoa's city center, Villa Tonoï offers breathtaking views of the lagoon and its beautiful shades of blue and green.
The Villa Tonoi is located in Raiatea, considered as the sacred island because of its central role for the traditional culture. In fact, it is from Raiatea that the boats would have left for the three peaks of the Polynesian triangle (Hawaii, Easter Island and New Zeland) - the Society archipelago is located in the middle of this triangle.
Moreover, on the peak of Mount Temehani, you can find an endemic plant, the Tiare Apetahi – symbol of the Villa Tonoi.
At only 5 minutes from the airport and 2 minutes away from the city-center of Uturoa, Villa Tonoi was built on the heights of the Tepua bay and is near the main centers of interest.
Tepua bay actually sheltered the first commercial harbor of Raiatea, formerly called «To ‘onei», that means « Here it is ».
Warm and peaceful, the Villa Tonoï offers a magnificent view on Raiatea’s lagoon, the pass of Te Ava Piti and Huahine Island. Entirely renovated, the bungalows have a private terrace and a well-equipped kitchen with a refrigerator. Modern and comfortable, these bungalows welcome travelers searching for tranquility and inspiration.
The guesthouse’s library is at the entire disposal of guests. Take your time in the pool enjoying a magnificent panoramic view of Raiatea and its motu (islet) or floating in the lagoon.
A number of water and land activities are available for the guests of the Villa Tonoi : scuba diving, lagoon tours and mountain hiking. Enjoy a breathtaking view from the Tapioi mount reachable in 40 minutes by foot
The villa offers a catering service with delivery of your meals directly to your bungalow. An open bar in the villa will be the perfect place to enjoy delicious cocktails during the sunset.
A beautiful Villa welcoming travelers in an intimate, peaceful and friendly environment..
Enjoy this gorgeous private islet and its 3 spacious villas for a breathtaking all inclusive stay !
Enjoy the charming atmosphere and the privileged view on Raiatea's lagoon of the "Fare Vai Nui".