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Nukutepipi – French Polynesia











Nukutepipi is an idyllic and unspoiled private island paradise located 6,000 km from the closest continent in the middle of the Pacific and is less than 1,000 km from Bora Bora and Tahiti in French Polynesia. It is the seventh smallest atoll of the French Polynesia Tuamotu Archipelago and measures approximately 5.6 km.


To reach the island, there are year-round direct flights to Tahiti from Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Honolulu, Paris, Tokyo and Auckland.

Transfers to and from Tahiti (via Papetee domestic airport) to Nukutepipi are provided by private chartered flights.


13 Bungalows with King or Queen size bed, showers, A/C and Wi-Fi access.

2 Junior villas with 2 bedrooms, en-suite bathrooms, outdoor terrace, private infinity pool, A/C and Wi-Fi access.

1 Master Villa with 4 bedrooms, private infinity pool, indoor kitchen/bar, Jacuzzi, lounge, A/C, Wi-Fi Access, Movie Theatre, Bicycle and golf carts.

Nukutepipi offers a high-end culinary experience that pleases everyone, from locals to the most discerning palates. While the island has preserved its Polynesian culinary traditions, it also offers a wide variety of cuisines that tantalize the senses. Nukutepipi's talented chefs create exquisite dishes using fresh local ingredients. Whether you're passionate about traditional Polynesian cuisine or seeking a world-class international culinary experience, Nukutepipi will exceed all your expectations.

Ideal for island buyout, family reunions, celebrations, weddings , executive committee meetings


On Land...

  • Bee therapy

  • Tennis

  • Badminton

  • Beach volleyball

  • Basketball

  • Yoga

  • Ping-pong

  • Pickleball

  • Archery

  • Mini-golf

  • Bird watching

  • Frisbee

  • JavelinNature walk

  • Outdoor cinema

  • Polynesian weaving

  • Pareo dyeing

  • Hermit crab races

.... and more!

By sea...

  • Snorkeling

  • Wakeboarding

  • Wakesurfing

  • Kayaking

  • Paddle-boarding

  • Windsurfing

  • Wind Foil

  • Sailing

  • Coral garden and nursery visits

  • Polynesian canoe

  • Deep-sea fishing

  • Reef fishing

  • Diving

  • Whale watching (July to November)

.... and more!

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