Tikehau Ninamu Resort
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Set on a remote, private island in the Tekehau Atoll, Ninamu is a nature lover’s paradise with a secluded castaway feel. For those seeking adventure and relaxation in equal measure, this virtually untouched retreat will fulfil your wildest fantasies of escaping to a blissful island retreat with little interference from the modern world.
Hidden away on a motu in the southwestern corner of the French Polynesian atoll Tikehau, Niamu is an incredibly unique and special all-inclusive resort which accommodates a maximum of just sixteen guests at any one time, ensuring you’ll receive a truly personal and intimate experience. You’ll be staying in one of seven rustic, hand-crafted bungalows, each one totally unique from the other with architecture and furniture being built with local island materials such as coconut palms and coral; the only thing they share in common is the amenities, which include a cosy living room, plush beds, mosquito nets, complimentary toiletries and stunning vistas from all around.
The resort is ‘off the grid’, generating all its electricity through solar power, and to ensure guests can fully unwind and soak up their surroundings, there are no TVs in the bungalows (there is one in the lounge if you’re in need of a catch up in the current world). The restaurant draws a focus on local, organic and fresh produce, with most ingredients being sourced from Eden Isle, an organic family-run farm on the other side of the island. We love that you can catch your own fish in the nearby waters, which are then cooked up and served for lunch or dinner.
This little slice of paradise serves as the perfect base for explorers, surrounded by a crystalline lagoon bursting with exotic marine life and stunning sights. There’s a fantastic range of complimentary activities to enjoy during your stay here, including paddle boarding, kayaking, sailing, snorkelling and fishing. Meanwhile, there’s a wonderful selection of daily excursions to take part in for more atoll exploration, which may entail swimming with manta rays, snorkelling in the pass or a relaxing sunset cruise with refreshing beverages and unforgettable vistas.
Set on a private motu in French Polynesia, the resort is nestled in the Tiekhau Atoll, around 200 miles northeast from Tahiti in the Tuamotu Islands. The atoll is surrounded by an almost continuous coral reef with a lagoon area of around 461 square kilometres.
Given the stunning lagoon surroundings, the location lends itself to water sports and atoll exploration, and the Ninamu offers plentiful opportunity to snorkel, sail, kayak and discover the stunning scenery around.
The resort has seven rustic, hand-crafted bungalows, each built with natural, locally sourced materials. We love that each bungalow is completely unique in its design and character, with curved coral-infused walls, irregular staircases carved from local trees, and cosy roofs thatched with coconut palms; bungalows can also accommodate all guests’ needs, from large families and groups to couples and solo travellers.
- Plush bed with mosquito nets
- Ceiling fans
- Private bathroom with shower and complimentary toiletries
- Complimentary bottled water
- Open-plan living area downstairs and cosy upstairs bedroom
- Beautiful locations and views around the resort
The restaurant draws in a real focus on the principles of permaculture, with all meals cooked using fresh, local and organic ingredients. Breakfast will consist of cereals, homemade bread, locally-produced honey, yoghurts and jams, as well as bacon, sausages and eggs cooked to order. For lunch and dinner, the resort sources their produce, poultry and pork products from Eden Isle, an organic, family-run farm. Fish is caught and prepared daily, with the opportunity for you to catch your own meal – you’ll typically dine on yellow fin, wahoo, bonito and more.
- Complimentary snorkelling, paddle boarding, kayaking, kite surfing, sailing, fishing and more water-orientated activities
- Lots of fun daily excursions including snorkelling trips to snorkel with the manta rays, visits to the local organic farm, snorkelling in the pass and relaxing cruises.
- Private beach with sun loungers
- Free Wi-Fi and TV in the resort lobby
- Concierge services