Ninamu

Location: French Polynesia | French Polynesia

Price guide: £££££ £200-£350 per person per night

An intimate, family-run resort sitting on a small private atoll in French Polynesia, Ninamu is your own tropical hideaway. Encircled by a dazzling cobalt lagoon, this resort is a water baby’s haven, inviting you to surf, kitesurf, fish or dive into its dazzling marine world.
Perfect forGetting back to nature – Ninamu is ideal for outdoors lovers and water-sport enthusiasts.
In the knowThe lagoon surrounding Ninamu is thought to house the widest variety of fish in all of Polynesia – diving here is a must!

Recommended for...

  • Beach
  • Family-friendly
  • Hideaway
  • Luxury Hotel

Hotel Overview

Where

On the private atoll of Tikehau, northeast of the main island of Tahiti.

Rooms at Ninamu

Each of the six guest bungalows at Ninamu is unique in its design and personality, all making use of natural and locally-sourced materials in white coral walls and polished wooden structures, with quirky and contemporary touches.

Food and Facilities

A local, family-run farm on the other side of the atoll, aptly named Eden, is the source of most of Ninamu’s produce, meaning the menu revolves around seasonal, organic produce and changes regularly. Guaranteed to make an appearance is the fantastically fresh seafood that French Polynesia has in abundance, caught daily by the team at Ninamu themselves; given the day, it could be anything from mahi mahi and wahoo to yellowfin tuna or bonito.

Activities at Ninamu

Prevailing trade winds make Ninamu a great spot for surfers and if the waves aren’t happening, the encircling lagoons and reefs spell adventure – practically every water-sport is on offer, including paddle-boarding, kite-boarding, fishing, urchin-hunting, jet-skiing, kayaking, diving and snorkelling. Don’t feel any pressure to get your adrenalin going, however; lying on the beach all day is very much accepted, if not encouraged.

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