Bora Bora



Bora Bora is a small South Pacific island northwest of Tahiti in French Polynesia. Surrounded by sand-fringed motus (islets) and a turquoise lagoon protected by a coral reef, it’s known for its scuba diving. It's also a popular luxury resort destination where some guest bungalows are perched over the water on stilts.


Bora Bora is paradise one can have in a life time.The island has never lost its beauty though and with its steep mountains rising straight from the blue waters you will find yourself in one of the most magnificent islands of French Polynesia. Relaxing, walking and diving are your main activities here, like in most places in French Polynesia.

More than just a romantic ideal, Bora Bora is a romantic reality. It comes as no surprise that the island is an internationally acclaimed honeymoon destination. Our newlyweds who decide on a Bora Bora honeymoon often feel as though they have escaped to a private oasis tailored entirely to their special moment of marital bliss and anyone in the midst of planning a wedding can relate to just how enticing that sounds.

Since water is a way of life on the island, popular lagoon excursions include snorkeling, diving, cruising, fishing, paddle boarding, kitesurfing, Jet Skiing, and of course, shark and ray feeding. You can also take your experience to new heights by parasailing, skydiving, or touring the island by helicopter.

Embark on a unique snorkeling adventure with four different stops around the island. You`ll snorkel in the most preserved and vibrant coral gardens of the lagoon and encounter a rich variety of marine life including anemone fish, moray eels, and the beautiful and graceful Manta rays and Eagle rays.
Vaitape - the main village on Bora Bora

Acitivies To Do In Bora Bora

Shark & Ray Snorkel Safari
Diving with Nemo World Scuba
Bora Bora Lagoonarium
Aquatic Snorkelling, jet-skiiing, kiteboarding 
On land hiking, jeep safaris, horseback riding

Located almost entirely within the tropics, the climate of Bora Bora is tropical. The average temperatures are around 28 °C to 32 °C during the day and still well above 20 °C at night. The hotter months are between November and April and this is also the wet season with much more rain compared to June to September. Occasionally tropical storms hit some of the islands during this time.
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