Hotel Kia Ora Sauvage
Hotel Kia Ora Sauvage
Guests can swim or canoe to the adjacent islands to do some exploring or feed the black tipped sharks in the lagoon.
What to expect:
Kia Ora Sauvage offers a Robinson Caruso experience, the resort has no electricity and provides each of the five bungalows with two gas lanterns each evening.
- Access via exterior corridors
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Meal plan
Kia Ora Sauvage is a miniature version of paradise. As soon as clients land, the legend of Robinson Crusoe becomes true in a setting of 5 traditional bungalows nestled amid the coconut and palm trees. These bungalows have been built in the purest Polynesian tradition while offering high standard amenities. Precious local materials such as ironwood, woven palms, bamboo, coconut, and local handicraft objects have been tastefully integrated in the design of these bungalows. Clients will be marveled at the sight of the bathroom with its shellfish curtain, coral tiles, stone washbasin all surrounded by live tropical plants. Indeed, an atmosphere of luxury combined with authenticity awaits at the Kia Ora Sauvage.
Kia Ora Sauvage is one hour by boat from Hotel Kia Ora located on the south coast side of Rangiroa on a small islet "motu" between the ocean and lagoon.
** Please note that Kia Ora Sauvage does not have electricity, there is an electric group to supply hot water for shower only, but there is no light inside the bungalow. Before night, the host will bring a gas lantern to every bungalow. **
- Private beach
Number of floors: 1
Number of rooms: 5 Beach Bungalows
PoliciesRate Inclusions: city tax per person per day, roundtrip boat transfer and Fullboard Meal Plan (American Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner).
Meals are prepared by the hotel's hosts and served on the beach or at a communal table in the main building.
A canoe, fishing gear, and snorkeling equipment are available for guest use. Other popular activities include swimming and exploring the surrounding reef and nearby islands.
Hotel Kia Ora Sauvage offers a private beach. PROTECTION OF THE LAGOON: For obvious reasons, fishing and sea shell collecting are not authorized in front of the hotel.
- Rowing or canoeing