Made up of more than a hundred islands and atolls in the South Pacific, French Polynesia is known for its turquoise lagoons, beaches and bungalows above the water …
Near the island of Taha and Raiatea, Motu Moi is a true tropical paradise that from each direction offers a glimpse of the glittering surface of the water. Inhabited by coconut palms and hibiscus, this atoll is the perfect place to relax from everyday life. In addition, it is located just fifteen miles from the popular destination of Bora Bora.
On this island, there is a main bungalow, a bungalow for dining and sports, three bungalows for guests and a housekeeper’s home, as well as several auxiliary buildings. Guest rooms are made of wood and fitted with solid wood doors, as well as window frames from the Tonge. Stone floors, bamboo wall cladding and palm leaves roofs create an overwhelming sense of leisurely luxury in these bungalows. The spacious living room in the main bungalow opens up to a flawless view of the lagoon’s turquoise, while the further development of this space is left open as an opportunity for new owners.
The island gets electricity from solar panels, while drinking water comes from a well with natural coral filters. Residents and visitors to this island can enjoy fishing, diving, kayaking, windsurfing, sailing, water skiing and cycling. Patio, the local town of the Tahoe Island, is easily accessible to you and comes after a short kayaking trip.
The closest airport to this island is located at the nearby Raiateai, which is only twenty-five minutes away by boat.
The current owner of this island says there are only a few places in the world that are similar to this: “I have the privilege to enjoy together with my family, friends and associates in this wonderful adventure of life for 28 years.”
If you are looking for your island hideaway and escape from reality, know that this Polynesian paradise can be yours for only $9.5 million.