The French Polynesian Island was once a solitary hideaway for the nature lovers, adventure seekers and honeymooners. However, the advancement of tourism in Tahiti has seen a growth in transport and communication and with it, the influx of tourists frequenting the Bora Bora Island.
The beauty of the Island can be best described as that of a small emerald embedded in turquoise and bejeweled by a string of dazzling pearls. The lush green slopes and valleys and the palm encased Lagoon of Motu circle is a sheer treat for the eyes. The pristine white sandy beaches lapped by clear, emerald waters create outstanding visual impact. A dip into the sea reveals some of the rarest species of fish and corals in a burst of colors. A week-long trip to Bora Bora is an enigma which will continue to delight you and amaze you for the rest of your life.
The lagoon is almost 3 times the landmass and you get to see a unique play of blue and turquoise shades while you explore the crystal waters. The Coral Garden lies to the south eastern part of the island. This is a natural underwater park which features some of the rarest types of fish and corals.
The lagoon is indeed the best place for you if adventure and exploring the unknown is your passion. This is one place where you can enjoy hiking and trekking to your heart's content. If water sports attract you, waters provide ample scope for swimming, surfing, scuba diving, and parasailing. The underwater trip on aqua bikes has plenty in store for those seeking the thrill and pleasure of under-sea exploration.
The extinct volcano featuring at the center of the island is now best known for its two high peaks, the Mount Pahia and Mount Otemanu. The Vaitape village is located to the west of the island, opposite the main channel leading to the lagoon, a specimen of old-world charm and stunning rustic beauty.
Bora Bora offers tourists fun-filled day and night experiences.
Popular daytime activities include shopping. The shopaholics will be spoilt for choice at the I Te Fanau Tahi, Boutique Gauguin, La Galerie, Matira Pearls and Boutique which are some of the best places to check out for clothing, jewelry and souvenirs.
A rich and vibrant nightlife heightens enjoyment. Recommended dining and nightlife options for foodies and partygoers are Bloody Mary’s Restaurant & Bar, Roulotte Matira, La Villa Mahana, La Bounty and Burger. An absolute must on the island is their indigenous seafood cuisine.
Year-long pleasant weather and stunning scenic beauty, make the island the ideal holiday destination for 18-30 to holidaymakers, families and couples.
Tahiti Cruise and Vacation offers exclusive holiday packages. Some of the top resorts and hotels offering the best accommodation facilities are Intercontinental Resort, Sofitel, Le Meridien, St Régis, Four Season, etc. Tahiti Cruise and Vacation offers some of the best packages in terms of hotels, resorts, cruises and activities.
If you are looking for an electrifying beach holiday experience, Bora Bora is your answer.