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Mt. Teurafaatiu, Maupiti Island
Categories: Outdoor Activities
Take the challenging hike up Mt. Teurafaatiu for extensive, uninterrupted views of Maupiti and the surrounding islands of French Polynesia. With an elevation of 372 m (1,220 ft), the peak is the highest on the island, and provides visitors with clear sights of the lagoon and the reef as they enjoy a well-earned rest. You will reach the first viewpoint after around ten minutes, giving you the chance to head back down or carry on up to the top depending on your hiking experience and weather conditions. The track gets steep in places, and visitors must be prepared for rock scrambling and rope sections. You won't need a guide for this well-posted trail, but do note that you should not attempt the hike in wet conditions as the ground is slippery and dangerous. Mt. Teurafaatiu is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our international travel planner, Maupiti Island Edition.
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davvero una vista indimenticabile ma non a 360 gradi..... è un po' duro salire sopra. ci sono parti abbastanza in verticale dove bisogna aiutarsi con delle corde già presenti.... ma la vista vi ricomp... read more »truly an unforgettable view but not at 360 degrees ... is a bit hard to climb over. parts of it are quite vertically where you have to help each other with ropes already ... but the view will reward you for everything ...show original
After about 20 minutes at the top we packed away the drone and headed back down the mountain. Facing downhill we were constantly looking at some of the bluest and clearest water anywhere in the South ... read more »
S'il y a bien une chose à faire à Maupiti c'est prendre des bonnes chaussures pour s'attaquer à la grimpette d1h (ou 30mn pour les plus rapides) du mont pour profiter d'une vue à couper le souffle! Le... read more »If there is one thing to do in Maupiti is take good shoes to tackle the d1h (or 30 minutes for the fastest) climb of the mountain to enjoy views truly breathtaking! The last meters are a rope if you suffer from Vertigo refrain.show original
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