Bora-Bora Things to Do

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  • 1. Island

    Eglise Evangélique de Polynésie Française: You see such signs quite a lot in French Polynesia and especially on Bora Bora, as here most people are protestant. The name of this nice church in Vaitape...

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  • 2. Excursion

    We chose to do our deep sea fishing excursion with Moana Adventures and I'm happy to say we did. Our guide, who was an American, but has lived on Bora Bora for more than 40 years was as friendly as he...

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  • 3. Shark/Sting Ray Feeding

    We did the lagoonarium eco-tour, booked through our hotel, Sofitel. We did not actually go to the lagoonarium on this excursion, but it was probably my favorite thing we did in Bora Bora. We were...

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  • 4. Motu Activity

    My husband and I had a magical honeymoon on Bora Bora. While we had 7 unforgettable days, with activities including jet ski adventures, deep sea fishing and scuba diving, one of our favorite things to...

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  • 5. Underwater Life

    Bora Bora is known as the romantic island, but it's the blue and green water of the lagoons that make it magical! Having learned to dive in Southern California, we were accustomed to cold water...

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  • 6. Beach

    As you can see, the lagoon nearly belongs to you alone. It is possible that the beach is busier on weekends when the locals also decide to relax at Matira Point. We were there on a Monday, and there...

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  • 7. Polynesian Wedding

    Different resorts offer different packages. The ceremony we chose included a Tahitian Priest (who performed a fire dance after he blessed and baptised us with our Tahitian names), a group of dancers,...

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  • 9. Massage at Le Spa

    Le Spa is the spa located at the Sofitel Bora Bora Marara Beach Resort, just a few feet from the restaurant. My wife and I had a one-hour massage shortly after...

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  • 10. The first Motu

    The first inhabited motu you see when you arrive by ship is the Motu Toopua, with the overwater-bungalows of the Bora Lagoon Resort in full view. At the...

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  • 11. Getting into the Lagoon

    Even big cruise ships can enter the lagoon that makes Bora Bora so spectacular. But there is only one passage through the reef, the Te Ava Nui/Teavanui Pass...

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  • 12. Sunset from the Water

    If you can, get on a boat *or to a motu( before sunset, already from the lagoon the sunset looks stunning. We were sailing away shortly before sunset, and got...

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  • 13. Town of Bora Bora

    Bora Bora is a small village. As you the dock there are "greeters" tents for the various commercial arrivals. Just to the side is a large barn converted into a...

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  • 14. WWII guns

    When you are at the rock of Hiro, a sort of trail to the left goes down and passes by a rubbish dump. Then you loose track of it and have to work your way...

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  • 15. Pearl museum

    A cute white and green wooden house that is well worth a picture. Behind this nice neo-colonial façade hides a pearl shop (Tahiti Perles) belonging to the...

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  • 16. Memorial Stone of Alain Gerbault

    Well, you really have to look for it... The stone is completely hidden between the covered market and an administration building.Alain Gerbault, former...

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  • 17. Church of Vaitape

    Just in front of the harbour, the church of Vaitape is also worth a picture. You will see its charming red roof from far away, when you arrive with the shuttle....

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  • 18. Vaitape

    Vaitape is the administrative center of Bora. Several shops, restaurants and bars, a post office and a bank. Also a food-van or two selling cheap food.Vaitape...

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  • 19. Marae of Fare Opu

    In spite of its small size, Bora counts several marae but they ain't that easy to find without a guide (no indication on the spots). So it was quite difficult...

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  • 20. Church of Faanui

    Continuing your tour of Bora, you will come across various fields of the famous tiaré flower (Polynesian Gardenia) before you reach the entity of Faanui and...

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  • 21. Marine Museum

    Pursuing the tour of the island, don't forget to stop at the Marine Museum. The place contains model ships faithfully reproduced by Mr Bertrand Darasse, a...

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  • 22. Rock of Hiro

    After the Belvedère lookout, the next interesting spot is the view point at the rock of Hiro. Another stunning view, one of those postcard views you expect to...

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  • 23. Belvédère viewpoint

    In front of the Club Med, you’ll see a stair way going up into a dense forest. You first have to jump over a ditch to reach it. Then the way up is quite steep...

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  • 24. Tour of the island

    Only 38 square kilometres, a drive around the island hardly takes more than an hour or two (visits not included of course...). Rent a car, a buggy or a bike :...

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  • 25. Deep Ocean Spa

    The spa is on the near by island. There's a free shuttle ferry service from Inter Continental Hotel.As you walk into the facility, the place gives you a very...

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