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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaia surfboard in Lances Left, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.

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 Raiatea & Tahaa

French Polynesia

The forgotten island...

English (Translate this text in English): The forgotten island...

English (Translate this text in English): The forgotten island...

English (Translate this text in English): The forgotten island...

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Water temp. 81°F
27°C
81°F
27°C
79°F
26°C
77°F
25°C
79°F
26°C
81°F
27°C
Air temp. 82°F
28°C
82°F
28°C
81°F
27°C
79°F
26°C
81°F
27°C
82°F
28°C
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Quality Direction Type Frequ Experience
Miri miri 3 / -
Left Reef-coral All surfers
Pass of FAAROA - / -
Left Reef-coral All surfers
Plei Plei - / -
Left Reef-coral Experienced surfers
Teavapiti 3 / -
Right and left Reef-coral All surfers
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By Anonymous , 11-08-2010

Localism is for ego manic morons - Going to get your ass kicked. You are loser, you will always be a loser and chances are your kids will be losers. The world doesnt need your close minded view on protecting surf spots and localism. To all locals who think they run the place. Get a life.

By Anonymous , 17-04-2009

Raiatea - Give the Locals what they want, don't go there, don't spend your money there, don't help their economy. That's a great way for the locals to help protect "their" waves. I haven’t been there, and due to all these negative comments, I’ll stay away and just keep on revisiting Tahiti – great waves and locals! Then, their next generation of kids won't be able to surf "their" waves, not because of crowds or outsiders, but because they'll all be broke, and have to travel to other islands/places to find work, and when they do travel away, I hoped they get vibed and hassled by the locals at the place they end up...smart plan by the locals. Simply put, locals should hassle visiters ONLY if they show disrespect. They should reward the ones that show respect, spend their money, and tell of great times visiting there. Stupid localism will only hurt in the long run.

By castagnoli , 30-10-2008

Positive Vibes - I thought that was surfing is to be all about..
The locals are great people, they are just afraid that there piece of Paradise if advertise will no longer be there.
Tahitians, Raiateans, Hawaians etc are all Polynesians..All they ask for is respect for their grounds and some want no publicity for their surfing spots..I mean how ridiculous some of the places have turned into..I heard of a spot in Fidgi that locals can no longer go because of a stupid hotel that have taken over it for their clients..How ridiculous can that be..Think about it..if you were born in a place, surfed their your whole childhood, grew up to be a man and a good surfer.. and then, people tell you:"don't come here anymore, it's for the hotel guests"..and you know what's worst, these people are foreigners. How would you feel?
If some of my friends have behave in a rough way towards you, it's because they do not know how to express themselves in your language and they want to protect..
Check out Moana's comment, he puts his name therefore he is not afraid of his identity..
Anyhow, enough said and let us understand one another and keep cool..
Tama is my name and I am Polynesian, Tahitian as well..I have 2 boys that are learning how to surf and I think of their future. If you come to Tahaa or Raiatea, look me up: tiarebreeze.com

I am more into spearfishing than surfing but may be I can hook you up with someone that surfs on Raiatea..A+

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