This is the name given to the remote eastern section of Tahiti Iti, which lies between the north coast and the south coast road. A wild and rarely visited area, it's also called Te Pari due to the dramatic Te Pari cliffs. You can walk the 15-km (9.3-mi) Pari Coast trail on your own, but a couple of locals operate overnight, camping excursions. It's best to go with an operator if you want to camp overnight, but you can walk on your own for day trips. Knowledgeable guides can point out the hidden marae, caves, petroglyphs, and rock formations known as Drums of God Honu Ura and the Queen's Bathtub, which have been created by the pounding surf.