Bora-Bora Transportation

  • Air Tahiti
    Air Tahiti
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  • Somewhere between Moorea and Bora
    Somewhere between Moorea and Bora
    by Muya
  • View from the pier
    View from the pier
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  • 1. Bikes

    I had wanted to rent a scooter for our trip around the island but the company I contacted did not have any for rent, only cars and bicycles. Having seen the rates for cars, I chose the sporty...

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  • 2. Ferry

    Because most of the island's hotels are seperated from the actual island itself, the ferry system in Bora Bora needs to be very comprehensive. During our stay on the Bora Bora Nui, which is on a motu...

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  • 3. Scooter

    To explore the small island renting a scooter will do. We had one for 4 hours, which gave us plenty of time to go around the island. We paid 5000 CFP (42 EUR) per scooter which includes unlimited...

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  • 4. Great airline to French Polynesia

    We flew Air New Zealand from LA to Tahiti and then on to Bora Bora. The service and comfort (we flew Economy) on Air New Zealand was exceptionally good. Not...

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  • 5. Air Tahiti

    Our flight from Tahiti to Bora Bora and back was great and always on time. There are no assign seating on the flight, so seat where ever you want. You are...

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  • 6. Air Tahiti Nui

    This is one of the best airlines to go from the US to Tahiti and back. We left from Los Angeles. The flight to Tahiti was great. All the seats have their own...

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  • 7. Arriving by Airplane or Ship

    /You reach Bora Bora by air, ferry, or cruise ship.Cruise ships anchor off the Vaitape wharf, and you are shuttled to the island by tender.Interisland ferries...

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  • 8. Car Rental - very expensive

    Car rental rates are just mad, and they know it. Otherwise they would not rent them for 2, 4, 8 and 24 hours at different rates.I can give you the Avis rates...

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  • 9. Le Truck - not very reliable

    Obviously a timetable for those buses which are typical on the French Polynesian islands does exist. But you cannot count on it. They say that the timetable is...

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  • 10. Air Tahiti

    A small plane flying Moorea to Bora Bora, but a bit bigger than the small plane connecting Papeete to Moorea. The company offers a refreshing fruit juice to...

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  • 11. Rent a buggy !

    Some locals call it a “tape-fesses”…Well, you will experience every bump of the road, that’s for sure :-) It is not really cheaper than a car, but a lot funnier...

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  • 12. Boat shuttles

    Once you’ve got off the plane and walked the short distance to the pier, you won’t believe your eyes ! The landscape that stretches in front of you is...

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  • 13. Rent a Be-Up!

    So what is the dilemna that you face when you go to a tropical island? You want to rent a vehicle to see the "other" side of the island, but you fear the safety...

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  • 14. Cruise Into Bora Bora

    Sarah and I enjoy the cruising lifestyle as much as the next person, but there is one place where cruising would be at its most extravagant. Bora Bora is a...

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  • 15. Bora Bora by Luxury Yacht

    If you are going to be staying at the Bora Bora Nui Resort, you will enjoy the spoils of your high end rack rate for the suite you purchased. We were absolutely...

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  • 16. Bora Bora by Catamaran

    I personally think that the catamaran was really designed with French Polynesia, and especially Bora Bora in mind. As you enjoy a relaxing afternoon in the...

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  • 17. Bora Bora from the Air

    One of the most common ways to make it to Bora Bora is by air. Bora Bora is in a unique situation where the airport actually resides on its own private motu...

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  • 18. Le Truck

    Each hotel and pension has its own "le truck" or mini-van service between the hotel and the boat dock in Vaitape or Faanui, coordinating their runs with the...

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  • 19. By air

    Air Tahiti has daily several flights between Tahiti and Bora Bora. The flight takes about 45 minutes. There are also flights from Moorea, Huahine and...

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  • 20. Resort based islands have limited transport

    If you go the full hog resorting in Bora Bora, you either don't need to leave the resort, or if you do, it is organised for you.Well, while we spent most of our...

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