Our four "fare" (bungalows), renewed in 2011 and 2013, are made in Polynesian style, with bamboo and wood, for a total surface of 32 m²/345sq ft. The roofs are covered with niau (leafs of coconut trees) or pandanus. This polynesian architecture allows a natural ventilation which, combined with the shade of our big trees, make you feel comfortable with our tropical climate.
Each bungalow has a covered terrace, a bedroom and a private bathroom with warm water.
The bedrooms are provided with a queen-
You will also find a desk, a large wardrobe covered with braided pandanus. For your comfort, daily housekeeping, a fan, a mosquito–repellent diffuser, a fridge and all the necessary for tea and coffee; the towels are changed every other day.
You’ll feel a real polynesian ambiance, thanks to a decoration made with local everyday life items.
The bungalows will help you feel totally immerged within the polynesian ambiance and contribute to making your stay at the Pension Fare Vaihere a magical experience