Words don't do Teahupo'o justice. The ocean, the reef, the mountains are as spectacular as the warm Tahitian people that call Teahupo'o home. Teahupo'o, the village at the end of the road, is known worldwide for its famed, awe-inspiring waves and each year it attracts the world’s top surfers.
The swells suck up the water off the reef and literally goes below seal level. What this spot lacks in height it more than makes up for in sheer thickness, power and risk. The waves here have serious impact, containing a deep wall of water, and they break directly on a shallow, ragged reef. These factors combine to make it one of the most exciting and dangerous surf spots on Earth.
You will discover that there is more to this Teahupo'o property than its world-famous waves. You'll see turquoise lagoons, rugged cliffs, hidden caves and spectacular waterfalls. Right behind the property is a crystal clear river as your own private backyard pool. Near the property is a pristine rain forest that is only accessible by foot and there are amazing opportunities to swim and snorkel in the clear waters of the lagoon.
The Teahupo'o break can be seen from the front of the property and steep, dramatic mountains from the back. The property sits only 300M to the Hava'e Teahupo'o break. It can be heard rumbling on the big swells.
This is a one of a kind opportunity to own in an area that puts you in touch with nature and very beautiful people...not to mention world class waves, fishing, diving, hiking, SUPing and so much more. The 1 bedroom / 1 bath home sits on a 1000m2 lot. Room to grow.
Just around the island by boat, you can 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 Vaipoir Cave. Here you can take a swim in the cave or relax and enjoy the stunning surroundings. 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.