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On Tikehau, it’s been said that the number of fish in the lagoon outnumber people a billion to one. From the air, Rangiroa’s 240 motu resemble a dainty necklace resting on the water, encircling a breathtaking lagoon.
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Made up of 76 low-lying islands and atolls, the Tuamotu chain is one of the little-known corners of French Polynesia. Rangiroa, 186 miles northeast of Tahiti, is one of the largest atolls in the region. The island's name, which means “extended sky,” sums up the vastness of the 50-mile-long lagoon. Approximately 240 motu, or small coral islands, sit atop the reef. The lagoon's clear, fish-filled waters offer a paradise for swimmers and divers. Rangiroa's reputation as one of the world's best shark-viewing destinations has made it a must-dive location. Other destinations in the Tuamotu chain worth exploring are Tikehau, a nearly perfect oval of islets ringed by pink-sand beaches, and Manihi, an atoll known for its pearl farms and marine life.
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