The sun-drenched Blue lagoon in Rangiroa should be on the list of island paradises. I didn't think that the palette of blues in Rangiroa could become any more spectacular, however this was before I discovered the Blue Lagoon. This lagoon within the lagoon accented by eight white-sand beach motus fringed by coconut trees is the perfect postcard paradise getaway. The coral reef has formed a natural pool no deeper than 5 meters isolated at the west of the atoll accessible only by boat after a one hour crossing.
On arrival you will be greeted by your hosts on the site: tens of black tip sharks. No need to be afraid, they will not attack and are just hoping you might share your lunch with them.
This paradise is all about relaxation and leisure. Spend some time snorkeling in the crystal waters and walking on the pristine beaches.
The motu picnic on the island is an unforgettable experience. Put a flower on your ear, kick off your shoes, dig your feet in the warm white sand and enjoy grilled fish, coconut bread and other local delicacies with Tahitian music playing in the background and a breathtaking view. Enjoy!