Kia Ora Resort and Spa, Rangiroa, French Polynesia – Special rates for a limited time
$2207 per diver, $1337 per non-diver based on double occupancy plus tax for travel January, February, March and December
$2310 per diver, $1440 per non-diver based on double occupancy plus tax for travel April, May, June and November
$2414 per diver, $1544 per non-diver based on double occupancy plus tax for travel July, September and October
- 7 nights’ accommodations
- FREE American daily breakfast
- Wi-Fi access
- Hotel taxes
Diver rate also include:
- Top Dive 10 Dive Gold Pass
- Free Nitrox for certified divers
- Tanks and weights
15% taxes government taxes and service charges on non-diver rate and 150XPF per person per night city tax not included
Many options available including upgraded accommodations, additional dives, tours, meal plans and more
Contact our French Polynesia Dive Specialists for personal recommendations, tailored itineraries and to combine this with the best deal at a range of options including island combos
*Rates based on XPF at time of publishing. May vary depending on rate of exchange at time of payment.
Minimum stay 3 nights
Cannot be combined with any other special offers
Above rates reflect special applied
Rates may vary depending on travel dates
The Hotel Kia Ora Resort & Spa is located on the northwest part of the atoll of Rangiroa, between the passes of Tiputa and Avatoru. Nestled in the heart of a magnificent coconut plantation, bordered by a white sand beach and a turquoise lagoon, the hotel boasts an elegant and refined architecture in perfect harmony with its environment.
Since its complete renovation in 2011, the Hotel Kia Ora Resort & Spa includes 60 villas and bungalows with exceptional style, scattered throughout the coconut grove, on the beach and overlooking the lagoon. A spa with a rain shower and a fitness room complete the hotel facilities. On the waterfront, a restaurant and a bar on stilts surround a swimming pool with Jacuzzi.
For travelers in search of a Robinson Crusoe hideaway, the hotel also features five traditional style bungalows located on a private island, just an hour away by boat. There is Le Sauvage Private Island greets you in a mini version of paradise and reserves its charm to ten guests, who can discover the true Polynesian art of living, in a perfectly preserved nature
Rangiroa offers a wide range of land-based activities: exploring the only vineyard in French Polynesia, walk on the islets, or motus, lined with white sand and populated seabirds, excursions to the Blue Lagoon, the Pink Sands or Reef Island
Located 350 km northwest of Tahiti, Rangiroa is the largest, most populated and most touristic atoll of French Polynesia. Its lagoon, enclosed by a coral ring set with hundreds of green islets, covers an area of nearly 1500 square kilometers without exceeding the 35 meters deep. Beneath the surface of this huge inland sea lies a water-world of rare beauty with world-renowned sea lovers and diving enthusiasts. The best known underwater sites of the island, the Tiputa and Avatoru passes, located northwest of the lagoon are home to very large species visible in the Polynesian lagoons (turtles, manta rays, barracudas, dolphins, reef sharks, hammerhead sharks, tiger sharks, grey sharks, white-tip sharks, lemon sharks and much more).