Pacific Ocean

Bay Dreamer : Under the charms of French Polynesia

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"We entered the lagoon of Huahine and our very first stop on island was outside the main village called Fare. We spent the night on a mooring boy and continued south inside the reef to a small beach that is only accessible by boat. A bit further south we reached the very end of Huahine and a beautiful lagoon called Avea. Here you will find sandy beaches and a couple of small restaurants. We stayed there for 2 nights and I truly recommend you to go to this place if you decide to visit Huahine in the future. You will find good holding on sandy bottom and the place is very protected from the sea. After 3 days on Huahine we motored 25 miles in a westward direction until we reached one of many passes that will take inside a lagoon that protects both Raiatéa and Tahaa. Raitaea offers a small ‘city-wall’ in the main village Uturoa. You are allowed to stop over here free of charge and it is very convenient if you need to stock up your supplies on the local supermarket that you will find only 100 meters from the ‘wall’. Before we left Tahaa we spend a night in a very protected bay called Tapuamu. I had my first encounter ...

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