In Raivavae, your accommodations will be in a Tahitian Guesthouse, where you’ll be able to enjoy the authentic, Polynesian way of life.
Raivavae does not seek to be a mass tourism destination. Instead, it offers authenticity and tranquility. There are no hotels on the island, but there are several Tahitian Guesthouses by the sea, in the heart of the village, or in the countryside. Half-board (breakfast and dinner) is included in the price. Lunch is usually provided as part of your day’s excursion or boat trip.