Accomidation can be booked from this site 
Names of Families offering Online booking:
CHEZ BIANCA ET BENOIT - Guestroom CHEZ JOJO - Guestroom PENSION MARO'I - Family Pension TARA ETU KURA - Family Pension
There are no ATM's or Banks. Please bring enough French Francs for your Holiday. Locals here deal with cash only.
French and Some English
Flights once a week from Tahiti Flying Air Tahiti (http://www.airtahiti.aero/home.php).
Flight Number VT951 LEAVES AT 0540 and arrives at 1105 and the flight back on the same day is from 1155 and arrives at Tahiti at 1450.
Once at the airport you will need to catch a Taxi boat to the city RIKITEA.
Please contact 1-877-GO-TAHITI for more information.
Rikitea Ruins At Mangareva's main village, Rikitea, visitors will find a number of ruins. Among these archeological relics are a convent, a triumphal arch, several watchtowers, a prison and a court. These abandoned remains have been noted for their dark, eerie feel.
Rikitea Rectory Across the path from St. Micheal of Rikitea Church is a well-maintained 140 year-old rectory, occupied by the parish priest.
St Michel of Rikitea Church Constructed of fired limestone, this neo-gothic Catholic church was built under the auspices of Father Honoré Laval. The church, which is still in use today, is inlaid with iridescent mother-of-pearl.
Snorkling, Fishing, Bushwalking, Pearl Fishing
There are no hotels on this Island. All of the accomidation is offered by the locals to stay in their house for a price. This usually includes food as well.
Due to Nuclear Tests by the French Military at nearby Atolls i would not reconmend drinking the tap water. Bottled water is availible from small shops in town.
Same way as getting in
This page was last edited at 11:34, on 8 October 2008 by Anonymous user(s) of Wikitravel. Based on work by Todd VerBeek and Anonymous user(s) of Wikitravel.