ONE OF THE WORLD’S MOST EXCLUSIVE ISLANDS
Updated: Apr 28, 2019
Set in a dream-like atoll in the French Polynesia sits Nukutepipi a tiny island that from the air looks like a grain of rice amidst the azure of the Pacific Ocean
Located 6000 Km from the closest continent in the middle of the Pacific, Nukutepipi is a haven of rest and a lesson of humility, where all your senses will be challenged and inspired. Measuring approximately 5,6 km and surrounded by deep blue water and a unique ecosystem, Nukutepipi is the perfect setting for luxury and nature to coincide.
Purchased by Guy Laliberté, cofounder of Cirque du Soleil in 2007, the billionaire businessman and part-time astronaut has spent the past decade transforming this lush unspoiled and untamed place into a private-island escape.
Nestled amidst the tropical vegetation “Nuku” as the island is affectionately known is home to sixteen lavish beachfront villas and bungalows which can host up to 52 guests
Obviously being a seclude island Nukutepipi is a treasure trove for water sports and activities. The marine environment around Nukutepipi Island is truly diverse and unspoiled. Snorkel or scuba dive in pristine waters and for deep sea fishing enthusiasts there is also a prolific game bank nearby.
Nukutepipi is also a dream holiday destination for swimming with humpback whales! During the birthing season (July to November), you can closely observe, learn about and photograph these magnificent whales.
On land this luxurious island offers a unique opportunity to experience unspoiled nature at its most grandiose guests can enjoy biking, birding, archery, tennis, stargazing at the island’s observatory, Pilates and yoga, and spa treatments.
The island is only available for exclusive rental for groups of up to 52 people priced from $1.1 million per week