Bienvenido a KEAVAITINI
Jean is a forerunner of flower stone cutting on the island of Ua Pou and lives in the Hohoi Valley, home of the caramel-colored flower stone, so recognizable of this valley.
He will show you around the beauties of his village with a warm Marquesan welcome and will take you on the roads of the island in his air-conditioned all-terrain vehicle.
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