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Rangiroa intro. Rangiroa, also known as Te Kokota, is part of French Polynesia. It is part of the Palliser group of island with Tikehau as the nearest atoll some 12kms west. With approximately 250 islands, sandbars and islets and many hotels in Rangiroa, there are so many idyllic places for you to explore and to relax in. The beautiful warm water of the Pacific is absolutely ideal for swimming and has an abundance of marine life, which is attributed to much of the area’s tourism. The waters are also perfect for scuba diving and you can arrange for scheduled diving trips at your hotel in Rangiroa. There are a number of hotels in Rangiroa as well as guesthouses for you to choose from. Other things not to miss are region’s unique vineyards and pearls, which are harvested in the waters. You can try the local wine at many of the hotels and restaurants.