Teahupoo, the village at the end of the road, is known worldwide for its surf break and each year it attracts the world’s top surfers.
Meet your guide at Teahupoo Marina.
• First stop, the now world wide famous Teahupoo reefbreak and its history.
• By boat, you will head toward Fenua Aihere. This part of Tahiti, accessible only by boat, is a protected area with only a limited number of residence and visitors permitted. Here you will see a breathtaking and colorful landscapes, and gigantic mountain peaks.
• After tying the boat at the mouth of the Vaiau river, you'll take a 15-minutes hike through a forest of mape trees. The trail ends at the Vaipoiri Cave. Here you can relax and enjoy the stunning surroundings. Back to the boat, you will be served some fresh local fruits and drinks.
• Next, take a look at the Te Pari cliffs, a rough uninhabited area visited only by fishermen and hikers. On the way back to the marina, you’ll stop at a white sand bank where you will be able to snorkel in a waist high clear water.