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Only a 50 minute flight from Tahiti you will find the stunning island of Bora Bora, undoubtedly the world’s most beautiful lagoon. It is known as the Romance Island and home of the famous overwater bungalows.
Your first glimpse of the amazing colours of the Bora Bora lagoon are on arrival at the Motu Mute airport which is located on a motu, a small sandy island. The majority of hotels and resorts are built on motus in the lagoon surrounding the main island, with Mount Otemanu peak as its centrepiece.
The array of blue colours in the lagoon is mesmerising and the waters are warm and clear.
Bora Bora truly is a paradise!
If you are extra brave, take a snorkel trip outside the Bora Bora reef and swim with the Lemon Sharks (Big Sharks). They can grow up to 3.4 metres long but rest assured they are generally very gentle towards humans.
(Image: ©Tahiti Tourisme)
Take a 4WD tour and go exploring through the mountainside, over hills and through streams. Enjoy great views of the lagoon and learn about Bora Bora’s WW2 history along the way.
Combine sport and discovery and take a jet-ski tour around the island – one of the best ways to see the famous blues of Bora Bora’s lagoon.
There are not many places in the world where you can circle the entire island on a bike, so why not in Bora Bora? Hire a bike in the main village of Vaitape and discover the roadside snack bars and trinket shops.
Explore Bora Bora’s marine life and swim amongst the colourful fish, black tip sharks and stingrays in their natural habitat in the Coral Garden.
Bora Bora is known as the romance island and home of the famous overwater bungalows. Stay in one and watch the fish life through the glass, or have your breakfast delivered to your overwater bungalow by canoe for something extra special.
(Image: ©Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort & Spa)
One of Bora Bora’s most popular restaurants, Bloody Mary’s has welcomed many Hollywood stars to its typically Bora Bora interior. Sink your feet into the sand and indulge in an exotic cocktail with a house special of fish and seafood.
Visit Matira Beach, a public beach on Bora Bora’s main island. With its beautiful shades of turquoise waters and white sand it’s picture perfect. Spend the day and sample lunch at one of the local restaurants or time your visit for sunset and enjoy the romantic views. (Image: ©Tahiti Tourisme)
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