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Topic: Know any good places to stay for surf and boat transfers?

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By:

Jo

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Know any good places to stay for surf and boat transfers?

« on: January 27 2005 02:01:00 »

travel marchish, nz



By:

peter

RE: Know any good places to stay for surf and boat transfers?

« Reply #1 on: May 01 2005 09:05:00 »

the place is pretty expensive as you probaly know. i was there a month ago and stayed at bonjour. accom is about $50US a night but the killer is food. US$30 for dinner a little cheaper for breaky. you are also at the will of the boat going out and thats another $10US a go or you can walk back to town (thats teahupoo) which will take you an hour and then swim out from there-20mins. some guys just brought a tent and pitched it in bush, its illegal though. its a lotta fun though. take care

By:

Stephane

RE: Know any good places to stay for surf and boat transfers?

« Reply #2 on: April 09 2006 23:04:00 »

Hi, Sure I know a lot of place to stay! It all depends on where you want to surf and at want season. Right now we're entering in the South-West sweel season, it's going to start to get crowded at Teahopoo in a few weeks with the Billabong contest on but there are lots of other breaks on the other outer islands.But its all true about boat transfers, it's the only set back around this place . Best if you know a local with a boat that for sure as most breaks are 15 to 30 min paddles but hitching a ride is OK too. There's always boats going in and out of passes and the Tahitians are very friendly.Make sure you had a good breakfast and don't go out with a hang over or you'll be sorry.

By:

Stephane

RE: Know any good places to stay for surf and boat transfers?

« Reply #3 on: April 09 2006 23:04:00 »

Hi, Sure I know a lot of place to stay! It all depends on where you want to surf and at want season. Right now we're entering in the South-West sweel season, it's going to start to get crowded at Teahopoo in a few weeks with the Billabong contest on but there are lots of other breaks on the other outer islands.But its all true about boat transfers, it's the only set back around this place . Best if you know a local with a boat that for sure as most breaks are 15 to 30 min paddles but hitching a ride is OK too. There's always boats going in and out of passes and the Tahitians are very friendly.Make sure you had a good breakfast and don't go out with a hang over or you'll be sorry.

By:

grant

RE: Know any good places to stay for surf and boat transfers?

« Reply #4 on: July 17 2007 02:07:00 »

You can now stay at Chris's Blackwater Lodge Teahupoo. It's a really beautiful place overlooking the famous break.
We have package deals from about $6O US per day including breaky.
Check out www.tahitianbluewaterdream.com

By:

antonella

RE: Know any good places to stay for surf and boat transfers?

« Reply #5 on: October 26 2007 02:10:00 »

do you know a good place to stay in Papeete early frebruary for 4 nights?
Thks
a



By:

Cath

RE: Know any good places to stay for surf and boat transfers?

« Reply #6 on: May 02 2012 15:05:00 »

Hi - try Taharuru Surf Lodge by the only beach break just out of Papetee. OR on Moorea there's a wicked surf lodge (Its the only one...)


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