Lonely Planet review
The bungalows here are in a deplorable state but Peta, the owner, often whips out his ukulele at night and soon everyone’s singing on the beach, eating fresh fish and not thinking about the holes in the roofs. You can also camp here, but there are no real facilities. It’s just across a small waterway from the Tuherahera motu.
Our independent authors have visited Kahaia Beach and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Tikehau.
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