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Manihi, or Paeua, is a Tuamotu archipelago part of French Polynesia. It' one of the most northerly of the Tuamotus, which is in the King George group. Nearest country to Manihi is the Ahe Otoll, 14 km westward. It has a overall populace of 685 people.
Turipaoa, another important town, is situated in the south-western part of the river and has about 400 people. of the Manihi Toll. On Manihi there are two old Polyynesian ceremony decks made of block corals (Marae in Tuamotuan). On their 1615-1616 trip to the Far East, the first registered Europeans to Manihi were the discoverers Jacob le Maire and Willem Schouten from the Netherlands.
You named this eagle "Waterland Island". John Byron, a researcher who arrived in Manihi in June 1765, named the island "Prince of Wales Island". In Manihi, there was a five-star Manihi resorts known as Pearl Beach Manihi Resorts, which has surface bungalow in the Laguna. It has been shut down at the end of 2012.
There' s an airport on the tunnel that was opened in 1994: The Manihi Airport. Situated near Turipaoa, it is operated by the Air Tahiti carrier. The Wikimedia Commons has manihi medium. Wiki voyage has a guidebook for Manihi.
Discover our pearl farms
Tahiti pearls were originally from Manihi in 1965. Well-known for its oysters, this was the birthplace of the first bead plant. Manihi Laguna has a large number of pearling camps. Visiting one of these estates is a truly memorable learning process that will help you fully appreciate how much work is invested in the procurement of these valuable gemstones.
The visitor is amazed by the crystalline water and the sandy beach of Manihi. You also like to snorkel in the Laguna and drift along the Turipaoa-Passes. Turipaoa, a colourful and floral town on the homonymous mountain passes, provides a tranquil Tuamotu atmosphere that combines well with the wickerwork of indigenous girls and the sounds of kids paddling along the lake.
The majority of our homes have their own pearls cultivation. Look out for cords, buoy and hanging mother-of-pearl oysters all over Manihi.