Questions and answers about Building a Resort on Motu Moie. What permits are required, Tahiti taxes, currency used, languages spoken, available utilities, and other questions you may have.
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Yes, the island and Tahitian S.A.R.L. are owned by a U.S. corporation.
Yes, Tahiti likes new resorts, as tourism is a major part of the economy.
Yes, Secluded yet nearby civilization, with spectacular views, surrounded by shallow waters and protected by a coral reef.
Yes, much is in nearby Uturoa, and everything needed in Papeete.
Yes, both locally and in Papeete.
Yes, accommodations and kitchen facilities can be used by workers.
Yes, A local clinic in Patio and hospital in Uturoa, complex care in Papeete.
Yes, he lives on the island in his separate house.
Yes, cell phone and internet services are available.
Electricity is solar powered and fresh water from the island’s coral filtered well.
French and Tahitian are predominate, and English is spoken by many, including at business and government offices.
The local currency is XPF- French Pacific Franc, that is tied to the Euro.
Current annual property taxes are about $800 USD.