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Discover Teahupoo Daytour (Lunch NOT included)

Excursion shared
Tahiti

Your transfer will drive you to the peninsula of Tahiti, a real world apart, the change of scenery is guaranteed! Steep cliffs, caves, waterfalls ... Enjoy several swimming and discovery stops. In season, you will be impressed by the "Teahupoo wave" where the annual international surfing competition takes place. Return to the marina, where you will be driven to a nearby restaurant for lunch before returning to your hotel.

153 USD per adult from 1 to 5 pers.

Highlights

Pick-up at your hotel or pension by a private shuttle for a 45min drive to Tahiti peninsula. Discover the different landscapes and colors of the lagoon on the way to Tahiti Iti.

Arrival at the marina of Teahupoo, welcome with a cocktail, you will embark for a half day boat tour to visit the various extraordinary interest points of Tahiti Iti: Vaipoiri river and cave walking through a Tahitian chesnut trees forest, waterfall, Te Pari impressive cliffs, snorkeling and swimming at the sandbank...and in season the famous Teahupoo wave where so many international champions come to surf during the "Teahupoo Pro Surf Competition".

Return to the marina at lunch time. The shuttle will drop you at one of the restaurant in the surroundings for a tasteful lunch, enjoy fresh local fish before heading back to you hotel.

Rates

- 153 USD per adult from 1 to 5 pers.
- 142 USD per adult from 6 + pers.

- 126 USD per child

Practical info

Inclusions - Round trip transfers to the boat tour departure point and to the restaurant for lunch, half day guided boat tour, snorkeling gear (mask & snorkel)

Schedules (transfer time from hotels not taken into account) - 09h00 - 13h30 (boat tour schedules, add time for lunch after the tour)

Pick-up / Drop-Off - All hotels and pensions

Spoken Languages - English, French

Vehicle Info - 10-seat covered motorized boat

Information on this Factsheet is subject to change without prior notice.

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