Royal Huahine features garden, beach, lagoon and deep-overwater bungalows, all facing west towards the islands of Raiatea and Taha’a. Huahine is known for good surf and the consistent and perfect shape of the waves. Two of the best breaks are within a 10-minute boat ride from the resort. Royal Huahine operates a surf shuttle to the breaks at additional cost. The most well-known waves are at Ava Mo’a Pass, also known as Fare Righ, and at the pass opposite Fitii. In the south, Parea is the place for surfing.
Tahiti’s best-known wave and rated as one of the heaviest waves in the world. Perfect from three to 30-foot this is one of the world’s best barrels with one of the most beautiful mountain backdrops. A wave that can change your life, for good and bad.
A right hand wave that rolls around the north east cape of Moorea near the airport. Can be dangerous and inconsistent. Experienced surfers only. Oh, and it’s a 20 min paddle out from the beach.
Can get busy on weekends. Coral reef bottom. Intermediate + left-hander. Located on the south side of the island. A classic Tahitian reef pass waves without the heavy fear factor. An easy take-off leads to a long wall and the odd barrel section.
Coral reef bottom break for experienced surfers only. On the south side of the Moorea Island. A 20 minute paddle or short boat trip. Provides both left and right hand waves just to the south of Haápiti. A long fun wave with plenty of sections.
Pricing & Packages
Relax and unwind in one of the exquisitely furnished bungalows. Royal Huahine offers five categories of bungalows to meet a variety of demands. Regardless of your choice, you will be staying in one of the most spacious bungalows in Tahiti and her Islands.
Huahine is known for good surf and the consistent and perfect shape of the waves. Two of the best breaks are within a 10-minute boat ride from the resort. Royal Huahine operates a surf shuttle to the breaks at additional cost. (Boards not supplied, you will need to take your own). The most well-known waves are at Ava Mo'a Pass, also known as Fare Right, and at the pass opposite Fitii. In the south, Parea is the place for surfing. Conditions are good all year, but March to October is when conditions are most consistent.
Circle Island & Picnic Cruises, Sailboat or motorised outrigger cruises to explore the island. Snorkel in the island's turquoise lagoon; visit the manta rays and coral gardens. Half-day and full-day excursions with picnic are available. Private or group BBQ picnics available on a ‘motu’. 4x4 Jeep Safari, Discover Huahine's magnificent mountains, historic sites, churches, and temples, tropical valleys, ancient fish traps and sacred eels by Land Rover tour. These half-day excursions allow visitors to learn much about this unspoiled island paradise.