Teahupoo (pronounced Cho-pu or Te-ah-hu-po) is a world-renowned surfing location off the south-east of the island of Tahiti, French Polynesia, southern Pacific Ocean. It is known for its heavy, glassy waves, often reaching 2 to 3 m (7 to 10 ft) and higher...
It is a rewarding location and is widely regarded as being on the 'must-surf' list of every enthusiastic surfer. However, only experienced surfers in peak physical condition should attempt Teahupo'o; heavy waves combined with a shallow shoreline can result in serious injuries and even death in a wipe out.*
Check out these amazing photos of Teahupoo's waves:
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This is an awesome video of the Billabong Competition in Teahupoo. The first wave shown in this video is reportedly the biggest wave ever ridden in Teahupoo by Manoa Drollet:
You can read more about Teahupoo here.