Care for an island getaway? Are you ready to discover a secluded island that has white and pink-sand beaches and bright, blue, crystal waters? Pack your bags and head to the South Pacific. There you can find a place known as Tikehau- an enchanting paradise that is considered one of the most beautiful islands in French Polynesia.
Tikehau, which means “Peaceful Landing” is a 27-km long, ring-shaped reef (atoll) located at the Tuamotu Archipelago. From above, Tikehau appears like a gigantic swimming pool because it surrounds a turquoise, oval-shaped lagoon, which is abundant with marine life.
In 1987, a research group led by Jacques Cousteau discovered that this lagoon has a greater number of fish species compared to any other island in Tuamotu. Tikehau’s lagoon is perfect for fishing, snorkling, diving, and boating.
With a population of merely 300, Tikehau is definitely a peaceful and quiet refuge for those who want to escape the busy streets of the metropolis.
Feast your eyes on these photos!
This tiny coral atoll is actually a paradise!
Take your mind off work for a second and enjoy the scenery.
The atoll’s oval-shaped lagoon is 27 km long and is mostly surrounded by a coral reef.
Marvel at the white and pink sand beaches of this coral atoll
It's a tiny paradise in the middle of nowhere.
You would never get tired of the crystal clear water.
Best place for surfing…
… and diving!
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