Luxury holidays in Tetiaroa

Tetiaroa isn’t exactly a ‘blink and you’ll miss it’ island – it’s hard to miss this luminescent wonky-eye-shaped atoll that brightens the ocean with its many colours (well, largely blue and green, but spectacularly so).

When to go

Avoid hurricane season from November to March – throughout the rest of the year stays are easy rather than breezy.

Getting there

  • Planes

    There’s only one way to access the island: by private plane. Luckily the resort runs its own airline, and they can help you charter a petite carrier (or a helicopter). Flights depart from Tahiti’s Faa'a International airport, from the Air Tetiaroa terminal.
  • Automobiles

    In eco-friendly fashion, just bikes and golf buggies are used to get around the island.