The idyllic, six-kilometre-long atoll accommodates up to 52 guests, and can only be rented in its entirety
One of the most exclusive islands in the South Pacific has opened for business in The Islands of Tahiti.
Nukutepipi takes the concept of a private island holiday to a whole new level, with the French Polynesian paradise accommodating just 52 guests, and only available to rent in its entirety.
Yep, you read that right: if you want to stay here you’ll have to rent the whole island, so it might be time to call in the troops to fill the 16 luxurious lodgings positioned on the isle’s sandy, white shores.
At less than six kilometres long, the unspoiled and idyllic Nukutepipi is one of the smallest atolls of the French Polynesia Tuamotu Archipelago and is located 6000 kilometres from the closest continent. With water and land-based sports on offer, a spa, cinema, games room and artwork collections, the island is a private haven for holidaymakers who truly want to escape from it all and experience unspoiled nature… without forgoing the luxury.
Nukutepipi’s paradisiacal surrounds are inhabited by local fauna and a unique marine ecosystem, and the island is a natural sanctuary for more than 15 types of birds. The island’s accommodation has therefore been sensitively designed to not only pay tribute to the Polynesian cultural traditions to which the atoll belongs, but also with great respect for the natural environment. Nukutepipi has also prioritised several environmental initiatives and will ultimately work towards food self-sufficiency on the island.
The Master Residence is the hero of the island’s lodgings, naturally secluded and featuring its own private pool, while two Junior Villas offer breathtaking views, an outdoor lounge and a private pool. A further 13 bungalows are perched on the island’s unspoiled beach.
With an entire island at your disposal, this private island paradise truly takes luxe holidaying to the next level. Now, to decide on that guest list…