Nukutepipi, a private paradise in the heart of the Pacific Ocean. With a length of about 5.6 km, Nukutepipi is one of the smallest atolls in the Tuamotu archipelago of French Polynesia.
Home to a variety of rare tropical species, Nukutepipi has a primary forest, pristine beaches, and a lagoon protected by its coral reef. The preservation and constant protection of its ecosystem are at the heart of our concerns.
In this particularly fragile place, the concept of ecosystem takes on its full meaning. Indeed, the fauna, flora and natural elements evolve in interdependence within a sustainable balance. The use of solar energy and the recovery of rainwater are our primary means of action in protecting the environment on the island. The atoll also aims to be almost self-sufficient in food thanks to the maintenance of a vegetable garden, the raising of chickens and the introduction of bees to encourage pollination.