Pension Josephine

Hiva Oa Island

To be accommodated in a modern and spacious bungalow, offering a magnificent view of the bay of the village, whether you are a couple, family or friends.

Why you will like this BnB :

- For the quality of the bungalows. Clean, spacious, new, well equipped and very nicely decorated, they can accommodate up to six people.
- For the location of the pension. It is located 5 minutes from the village of Atuona and about 20 minutes from the airport. Located on the heights, you will have a very nice point of view, since the terrace of your bungalow.
- For the proximity of the Pension Josephine to the Hanakee Pearl Lodge. Both establishments are run by the same person, and you can enjoy this hotel structure especially at mealtimes.
- For the intimate side of this pension which includes only 3 bungalows.

Note that you can choose to book this accommodation through the following package :
3 nights + half board + round trip airport transfers + 2 days of excursions.
Do not hesitate to ask your travel advisor for more information.


The pension Josephine hires its bungalows in half-board only.
- Breakfast is served at the hotel Hanakee Pearl Lodge in the form of a continental buffet (coffee, tea, chocolate, bread, butter, jam, spread, fruit juice, fruit).
- Regarding the lunch (not included) you have the opportunity to enjoy the snack of the hotel, which has the advantage of being high and therefore be well ventilated for less heat.
Otherwise several snacks are installed in the village. During full-day excursions with a provider, lunch is often included.
- Dinner is scheduled at 7:30pm at the hotel's restaurant. You will enjoy a unique 3-course menu, different each day, and served as a table d'hôtes.

On request from your EASYTahiti travel consultant, you can pre-book them from this list:
Visit the village of Atunoa, Gauguin center and Espace Brel.
Visit of the Hanaiapa and Hanatekuua valley.
Horseback riding.
Visit of Tahuata Island.
Exit on the site of the petroglyphs of Tehueto.
Visit the archeological site of Upeke in the Taaoa Valley.