Pension Raimiti is a charming guesthouse with authentic accommodations on the southeastern corner of Fakarava. Located an hour and a half away by boat from the airport, it's one of the few pensions on the atoll with convenient access to the Tumakohua Pass and Tetamanu Village. This rustic paradise encompasses the true meaning of traditional Polynesian warmth and hospitality.
There are two bungalow styles at Pension Raimiti, aptly named Fare Robinson and Fare Crusoe after the famous island castaway. The Robinson bungalows are located on the lagoon side, while the Crusoe bungalows are located on the ocean side with a larger and more private layout. Each one reflects a traditional open concept, allowing the ocean breeze to pervade the rooms. In the evenings, you may choose to dine with your friendly host at the restaurant or enjoy an intimate meal on the beach beneath the stars.
Number of Rooms: 9
Airport Distance: 1.5 hours by boat
Location: Motu Irifa
Includes all meals, freshly prepared
Free use of kayaks, masks and snorkels, board games
Return transfers from Rangiroa airport
Suggested daily activities organized by your hosts
The Robinson bungalows are located near the lagoon and have 1 Queen sized bed and a private outside shower and separate bath tub.
5 Rooms of this type
The Crusoe bungalows are located on the reef side of the motu and provide a panoramic view of the Pacific Ocean. These bungalows feature 1 King Size Bed and 1 Twin Bed, a private indoor shower and separate bath tub.
4 Rooms of this type
The bar at Pension Raimiti can be found inside a cozy beachside cottage located right on the sand. This authentic little space is constructed from palm trees and accented by white coral seashells, creating the perfect au naturel setting to enjoy a refreshing cocktail at sunset.
The restaurant at Pension Raimiti is located beneath a traditional thatched overhang supported by palm trees. Instead of windows, decorative coral strands provide slight drapery without obstructing the view. The food is prepared fresh with a focus on locally caught seafood. On special evenings, dinner can be served outdoors beneath the fragrant kahaia trees.
This is a small bed and breakfast run by a very friendly staff. The location is rather rustic, but it is also one of the world's best diving and snorkeling destinations. This is the perfect little pension for those seeking relaxation and solitude. There's no electricity in the rooms, which means you can completely disconnect. The Robinson Bungalows on the lagoon side are exposed to the elements and feature an open doorway. The Crusoe Bungalows on the reef side are great for listening to the sound of the crashing waves.
Children two years and younder are not permitted at Raimiti.
Minimum stay is 2 nights.
Passport identification and valid credit card are required upon check-in for incidental charges.
Boat transfers from Fakarava airport and all meals are included in the rate.