Motu Tane is a stunning little island just across the channel from the main island of Bora Bora, with its hauntingly romantic, twin-peaked profile. Paul-Emile Victor’s personal secluded haven, which later was luxuriously enhanced by François Nars, the Motu Tane (which in Tahitian translates as Man’s Island) is now once again for sale. An exceptional private island at just Under 47 800 square yards with coconut groves, encircled by a white sand beach with just beyond Polynesia’s sparkling turquoise blue waters. This incredible vision is topped off with Bora Bora’s mountains, majestically etched against the backdrop bringing to life nature’s exotic canvas.
An internationally acclaimed design architect, Christian Liaigre was given the task of re-designing Motu Tane’s compete layout. Over the last few years, the island’s plantation has been enriched with hundreds of new coconut trees and the luxurious property now hosts beautifully appointed new accommodations preserving the utmost discretion and privacy for up to 20 guests.
There is nothing on the island but the resort, and it is rented to only one party at a time, so guests enjoy the ultimate in privacy for family gatherings, reunions of friends, or milestone birthday or anniversary elebrations. Water sports, including scuba diving and snorkelling, are world-class.
This priceless gem of an island possesses without question one of the most spectacular beaches on Bora Bora.