Dining on Tikehau
The peaceful setting of Tikehau, blended with fresh fish and international cuisine, creates a dining experience found only in the South Pacific.
The beautifully appointed Poreho Restaurant in the Tikehau Pearl Beach Resort sits just a few feet away from the lagoon and specializes in unique French, Polynesian, and International dishes.
The village of Turerahera also offers snack shops and small family restaurants.
Several excursions are available to explore the beautiful lagoon of Tikehau. The shallow and clear waters allow for snorkeling off the beaches anywhere around the island. Another way to see the vivid coral and schools of tropical fish is a glass bottom boat.
Because of the abundance of large marine life, diving and snorkeling within the waters of this beautiful lagoon is on many visitors’ "must do" list. During dives, it is common to be joined by legions of gigantic manta rays gliding gracefully within arm's reach while schools of reef sharks parade by.
Organized Excursions On Tikehau
Discover Tikehau (Full Day)
For the full day tour, in addition to the manta ray sighting and visit to Bird Island, you will enjoy a typical “paumotu” picnic lunch. After lunch you will make a visit to Pink Sand islet. (Available every day)
Private Picnic on a Motu–Tikehau Pearl Beach Guests
Play “castaway” on your own private pink sand islet set in the magnificent transparent waters of the Tikehau lagoon. Swim with a multitude of colorful tropical fish and explore this secluded natural paradise. You will take an enjoyable 30 minute boat ride to your own privte island where you will enjoy a picnic lunch artfully prepared by our chef. The Escapade Picnic includes the boat ride and lunch served on a private islet (wine & beverages included). The Gourmet Escapade Picnic includes a bottle of champagne and an elegantly set table with your own server to take care of your every need. - (Available everyday)
Bird lovers should make a point of visiting Bird Island
– a deserted barrier island home to thousands of sea birds.