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Raivavae's general characteristics
Located at 730 km in the South East of Tahiti, Raivavae shelters around 940 inhabitants. The island is linked by airplane (4 flights/week toward Tahiti) since the building of an airport (2002). Thanks to its volcanic origins, the island culminates with Mount Hiro at 437 meters. Raivavae is often compared with Bora Bora. As a matter of fact, the island's landscape is marked by turquoise-blue waters and a forest of sandalwood, a tree harnessed since its discovering in the XVIIIth century.
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