Stroll the remains of Maeva, a seaside village that was once the seat of royalty on Huahine. Explore the waterfront temples then scramble up the hillside to find crumbling stone vestiges in the bush.
Lost in Time
Slip into island time in Fare, the somniferous capital of Huahine. Fishing boats come in, fishing boats go out, women in flowered clothing buy groceries and, if you’re lucky, the cargo ship may be unloading the island’s supplies.
Low-key diving, snorkelling and beaches are a Huahine speciality. Expect lots of fish, stretches of sand and mellow conditions; great for novices.