Surrounding one of the world's most fabulous destinations for scuba diving, the 240 islets string together in the ocean for more than 177 km's encircle a deep lagoon. Rangiroa is beyond human imagination where the world's second-largest atoll is a place where land and sea form an unexpected truce. Different kinds of the ocean surround this beautiful loop of islands. Moana-tea-Peaceful Ocean defines the lagoon and Moana-uri -Wild Ocean- where whales, manta rays, dolphins and sharks put on a show for the lucky few who come to experience their world.
Back on land, the main villages of Avatoru and Tiputa offer a unique view of the South Pacific. Along the few roads that exist, you will encounter coral churches, craft centres, local restaurants and a boulangerie, with a few tiny shops operated by locals. Wine lovers can also enjoy wine tasting at the Dominique Auroy Estate nestled within a coconut grove, producing three grape varieties, and the many black pearl farms, which dot the lagoon.