Tahiti Surf Beach Paradise is a set of 3 beautiful bungalows on beachfront property in Atimaono in Tahiti, 45 km from Moorea. Papeete is 28 km from the property. Offering an outdoor pool, views of the Sea & Sunset views 7 nights a week!
Tahiti Surf Beach Paradise is a set of 3 beautiful bungalows on beachfront property in Atimaono in Tahiti, 45 km from Moorea. Papeete is 28 km from the property. Offering an outdoor pool, views of the sea & SUNSET views 7 nights a week! All units include a kitchen, a dining area, and a flat-screen TV. Towels and bed linen are provided, as are toilet paper, paper towels, tissue, dish-washing soap, coffee, tea, and sugar. Also includes BBQ facilities, grocery delivery and a self-service laundry with soap and washing liquid. Contact us & make your holiday dreams come true!
Tahiti Dancer winner of annual Heiva dance competition
A music video of surf footage I shot at Teahupoo in Tahiti, French Polynesia. (pronounced cho-poo) It was shot on Nov 2, 2007. The music is Remember (cinematrik rework) by Hisboyelroy, vocals by Fort Minor. his-boy-elroy****/
The Billabong Pro Tahiti, with prize money of USD $320,000, is the 3rd event on the association of Surfing Professionals World Tour (ASP). Tahiti is one of the world's best known surfing destinations - and in May, it plays host to the world's most exciting surfing event, the spectacular Billabong Pro Tahiti, presented by Air Tahiti Nui.
The annual event is staged off the fishing village of Teahupoo on the south coast of the main island of Tahiti, where the world's elite surfers do battle each year with some of the largest waves on the planet. But it is the giant Teahupoo, a huge left hand breaking wave specific to Tahiti, which every serious surfer wants to conquer - or at the very least see - and from 08-18 May, the Bilabong Pro Tahiti makes this possible for the best of the best.
What: Billabong Pro Tahiti
When: 08 - 18 may, 2008
Where: Teahupoo, Tahiti
Prize money: USD $320,000
THE world’s top 45 surfers have been issued a severe warning about what to expect for the 2008 Billabong Pro Tahiti with the world’s heaviest wave, Teahupoo, roaring to life on the opening day of the Air Tahiti Nui - Von Zipper Trials.
The Trials event awards two wildcards into the Billabong Pro main event and pits 40 respected international big wave surfers against 40 Tahitian locals.
The 2008 Trials event has attracted the cream of progressive big wave surfing talent with the likes of Jamie Sterling (Haw), Kalani Chapman (Haw), Jamie O’Brien (Haw), Cory Lopez (USA), Dylan Longbottom (AUS), Clay Marzo (Haw), Laurie Towner (AUS), Brian Conley (USA), and Anthony Walsh (AUS) making the field the strongest in its nine year history.
A powerful WSW swell confronted contestants on day one, with a light offshore breeze fanning perfect 10-12ft (3-4m) sets with the occasional 15ft sneaker keeping contestants in round one and two on their toes.
Teahupoo, Tahiti (Monday 28th April 2008): HAWAIIAN hot-shot JAMIE O’BRIEN has defeated a class field of over 80 big wave surfers to win the Air Tahiti Nui – VonZipper Trials in Tahiti.
In heavy 3m surf, the 2006 Pipeline Masters Champion defeated talented Brazilian Bruno Santos in an epic final. The pair trade 8 and 9 point rides before O’Brien snatched victory in the last 40-seconds with a perfect ten.
Both surfers have won coveted wildcards into the Billabong Pro Tahiti main event which gets underway on May 8th.
Brazilian wildcard Bruno Santos has defeated local wildcard Manoa Drollet (PYF) to win the Billabong Pro Tahiti and become the first Brazilian to win an ASP World Tour event in five years.
Santos, who earned his spot in the Billabong Pro Tahiti with a runner-up finish in the Air Tahiti Nui VonZipper Trials held prior to the main event, got the better of local Teahupoo specialist Drollet in their low scoring affair. Santos beat Drollet 9.16 to 6.83 on a borrowed surfboard in inconsistent three-foot (one metre) waves.
Santos defeated last year’s World No. 1 Mick Fanning (AUS), World No. 2 Taj Burrow and 2001 ASP World Champion C.J. Hobgood (USA), among others, en route to his victory over Drollet.
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High5 Extreme Sports presents 'Surfing Tahiti' episode.
Teahupoo or Chopes in Tahiti, is home to arguably the most dangerous reef break in the world. A freak of nature, it was here in 2006 that local surfer Monoa Drollet rode what is believed to be the heaviest wave ever ridden. Countless other surfers havent been so lucky. Filmed around the Billabong Pro tour event, we find out just what makes this wave so uniqueand so hard to conquer.
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The Billabong Pro Tahiti presented by Air Tahiti Nui, Stop No. 3 of 10 on the 2009 ASP World Tour, got underway on day 1, with the world’s best surfers contesting the first 14 heats of the elimination, man-on-man Round 1 in pulsing four-to-six foot (2 metre) barrels on offer at Teahupoo.
Dean Morrison (AUS), 28, current ASP World No. 19, took day 1's top honors as he displayed sensational form for his Round 1 win over 2009 ASP Dream Tour rookie Nathaniel Curran (USA), 24. The Australian exhibited a preternatural rapport with the ledging Teahupoo lefthanders, netting an excellent 9.00 out of a possible 10 single-wave score en route to the highest heat total of the day (a 17.00 out of a possible 20.)
Aritz Aranburu (EUK), 23, current ASP World No. 39, caused the upset of the event, eliminating reigning nine-time ASP World Champion Kelly Slater (USA), 37, in Round 2 of the Billabong Pro Tahiti. For Aranburu, it would mark his first heat win of the 2009 ASP World Tour season the young Basque surfer putting up an impressive 17.27 heat total to Slater’s 15.00.