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Te Vai Moana is a Polynesian styled villa has been beautifully appointed and has a relaxed yet luxurious style. It provides the perfect environment from which to enjoy the island paradise of Aitutaki.
The villa has a minimum stay of 3 nights, and discounts apply to stays of a week or more. It is...
Te Vai Moana is a luxury self contained 2 bedroom villa. This Polynesian styled villa has been beautifully appointed and has a relaxed yet luxurious style.
The standard tariff is for 5 people. Additional guests are $20 per day. Air conditioning is available at an additional charge of $10, but the...
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Ootu Beach house is a great for families or couples located at one of the most beautiful beaches on Aitutaki, fully self contained, and has a huge outdoor area for relaxing and taking in the amazing panoramic views of the lagoon! The house is comfortable and...
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WE MANAGE ANOTHER BEACH HOUSE NEXT DOOR CALLED OOTU BEACH HOUSE!!
*COMPLIMENTARY LAGOON CRUISE FOR 2, FOR STAY OF 7 NIGHTS OR MORE
*BICYCLES FOR HIRE
Aitutaki Ootu Villa is a brand new Villa, located on one of the most beautiful beaches on the island of Aitutaki! Sit on the...
The bungalow is right on the beach, ideal for couples, solo adventurers, honeymooners or families.
Entirely screened, facing the beautiful sunset and lagoon of Aitutaki. You can enjoy two sea kayaks, snorkelling right in front of the Bungalow is an amazing experience and you can make bonfires right...
RU’S LAGOON CRUISE – Come and join us on Aitutaki’s one and only Glass Bottom Boat!
Enjoy a fantastic day out on the beautiful Aitutaki Lagoon. The cruise starts with a visit to the Aitutaki Marine Resources, discover how the precious “Giant Clams” are being protected. Then explore the Aitutaki...