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 Tikehau

French Polynesia, Tuamotu

English (Translate this text in English): Tikehau is an atoll located just northwest of Rangiroa. The island is just 20 minutes away from Rangiroa by plane, and about 50 minutes from Papeete.

On a 1987 visit, Jacques-Yves Cousteau declared Tikehau "the richest atoll on the face of the earth" !

Best dives are near the Tuheiava channel: predictable encounters with sharks, pelagics, dolphins and schooling fishes.

English (Translate this text in English): Tikehau is an atoll located just northwest of Rangiroa. The island is just 20 minutes away from Rangiroa by plane, and about 50 minutes from Papeete.

On a 1987 visit, Jacques-Yves Cousteau declared Tikehau "the richest atoll on the face of the earth" !

Best dives are near the Tuheiava channel: predictable encounters with sharks, pelagics, dolphins and schooling fishes.

Tikehau is an atoll located just northwest of Rangiroa. The island is just 20 minutes away from Rangiroa by plane, and about 50 minutes from Papeete.

On a 1987 visit, Jacques-Yves Cousteau declared Tikehau "the richest atoll on the face of the earth" !

Best dives are near the Tuheiava channel: predictable encounters with sharks, pelagics, dolphins and schooling fishes.

English (Translate this text in English): Tikehau is an atoll located just northwest of Rangiroa. The island is just 20 minutes away from Rangiroa by plane, and about 50 minutes from Papeete.

On a 1987 visit, Jacques-Yves Cousteau declared Tikehau "the richest atoll on the face of the earth" !

Best dives are near the Tuheiava channel: predictable encounters with sharks, pelagics, dolphins and schooling fishes.

English (Translate this text in English): Tikehau is an atoll located just northwest of Rangiroa. The island is just 20 minutes away from Rangiroa by plane, and about 50 minutes from Papeete.

On a 1987 visit, Jacques-Yves Cousteau declared Tikehau "the richest atoll on the face of the earth" !

Best dives are near the Tuheiava channel: predictable encounters with sharks, pelagics, dolphins and schooling fishes.

English (Translate this text in English): Tikehau is an atoll located just northwest of Rangiroa. The island is just 20 minutes away from Rangiroa by plane, and about 50 minutes from Papeete.

On a 1987 visit, Jacques-Yves Cousteau declared Tikehau "the richest atoll on the face of the earth" !

Best dives are near the Tuheiava channel: predictable encounters with sharks, pelagics, dolphins and schooling fishes.

English (Translate this text in English): Tikehau is an atoll located just northwest of Rangiroa. The island is just 20 minutes away from Rangiroa by plane, and about 50 minutes from Papeete.

On a 1987 visit, Jacques-Yves Cousteau declared Tikehau "the richest atoll on the face of the earth" !

Best dives are near the Tuheiava channel: predictable encounters with sharks, pelagics, dolphins and schooling fishes.

English (Translate this text in English): Tikehau is an atoll located just northwest of Rangiroa. The island is just 20 minutes away from Rangiroa by plane, and about 50 minutes from Papeete.

On a 1987 visit, Jacques-Yves Cousteau declared Tikehau "the richest atoll on the face of the earth" !

Best dives are near the Tuheiava channel: predictable encounters with sharks, pelagics, dolphins and schooling fishes.

English (Translate this text in English): Tikehau is an atoll located just northwest of Rangiroa. The island is just 20 minutes away from Rangiroa by plane, and about 50 minutes from Papeete.

On a 1987 visit, Jacques-Yves Cousteau declared Tikehau "the richest atoll on the face of the earth" !

Best dives are near the Tuheiava channel: predictable encounters with sharks, pelagics, dolphins and schooling fishes.

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