The Polynesian-style Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort is located on the island Motu Tevairoa, ten minutes by boat from the Bora Bora airport and 15 minutes from the main city of Bora Bora Vaitape.
At the resort you can discover the sparkling magic of the lagoon and admire the awe-inspiring Mount Otemanu. Delight in the crystal water of the lagoon with its myriad of colors and appreciate the warm, rich Polynesian hospitality and culture. Continue Reading »
Le Meridien Bora Bora is approximately 20 minutes by private launch from the Bora Bora airport and five minutes by boat from the main island Bora Bora. Built on the southern point of Motu Piti Aau, a six-mile islet on the coral reef, the hotel offers an unsurpassed view of the world-renowned Mount Otemanu. Continue Reading »
The Intercontinental Thalasso Spa is a beachside property located on Motu Piti Aau, and is reachable only by boat transfer following landing at Bora Bora Airport, approximately two and one-half miles away. Guests will need to fly into Papeete International Airport in Tahiti, then take a domestic flight to Bora Bora. Continue Reading »
This exclusive resort offers hillside suites and thatched bungalows set over an islet lagoon northwest of Bora Bora. The Motu Mute airport is six miles away. During your visit, enjoy a half mile of white sand beach, the infinity swimming pool, fitness center and full Mandara Spa services. The resort’s activities desk can arrange anything from private helicopter rides to four-wheel drive island tours. Continue Reading »
On this mystical island with its necklace of white-fringed coral islets, Four Seasons elevates the excitement to redefine South Seas escape. Exotic over-water suites, and beachfront villas with pools, immerse you in ultramodern comforts and the spirit of French Polynesia. Culinary art embraces operatic sunsets over the island’s primeval peaks. Continue Reading »
This charming beach resort is idyllically located on the tropical paradise of Bora Bora. It offers the perfect setting for travelers who are seeking a truly memorable beach holiday amidst unrivalled tropical surroundings. The resort offers a harmonious blend of contemporary comforts and style with Polynesian influences, hospitality and traditions. The beautiful bungalows sit on stilts overlooking the shimmering lagoon or on the powder-white sands of the beach fringing the water’s edge. Continue Reading »
There are certain attractions and activities on Bora Bora Island that seem to merit a special listing, in addition to other categories we might have thought of on other pages. These are unique only to Bora Bora, and no where else in the world. Continue Reading »
The climate on the Island of Bora Bora and the rest of the Society Islands is considered tropical and can be divided into two basic seasons: the wet season and the dry season.
The wet season (Polynesian Summer), is between the months of November to April, receiving approximately 3/4ths of the annual rainfall of French Polynesia between these months. The humidity during this time can be quite heavy and muggy and cloud cover is common. Continue Reading »
Just a brief history of Bora Bora before we get to the beaches and lagoon. Don’t want to “Bora” you, but if you’re going for a visit, this is interesting to know.
Bora Bora was settled by Polynesian people around the 4th century. You may be more familiar with the story of Captain James Cook, considered by many to have been the greatest of the explorers, sighting the island in 1777. Continue Reading »
Truly, the most romantic island in the world. From the dramatic scenery to the privacy and amenities of the overwater bungalows, everything in Bora Bora equals a 10 on the romance scale.
Resorts have been welcoming couples for over 40 years and their special amenities have been fine tuned to perfection. From sunrise to sunset, each resort has designed their own blend of unique romantic experiences for their guests to choose from. Continue Reading »
Enchantment from the neon-lit turquoise lagoon waters with unending days of exploration through snorkeling and diving.
Excitement above the lagoon by outrigger canoe, Boston Whaler, wave runner, jetski, and dramatic sunset cruises aboard a catamaran sailboat.
Exploration of the panoramic overlooks found by hike or 4×4 accompanied by entertaining local guides.
Discovery of the world-renowned shopping for local and international original art, Tahitian pearls, and precious wood handcrafts.
Romance in the natural ambience of the legendary resorts with their choice of Polynesian spas, gourmet restaurants, overwater bungalows, villas and suites. Continue Reading »
Under a one hour flight from the island of Tahiti or Moorea, the island of Bora Bora, with a lagoon resembling an artist’s palette of blues and greens, is love at first sight.
Romantics from around the world have laid claim to this island where the castle-like Mount Otemanu pierces the sky. Lush tropical slopes and valleys blossom with hibiscus, while palm-covered motu circle the illuminated lagoon like a delicate necklace. Perfect white-sand beaches give way to emerald waters where colored fish animate the coral gardens as they greet the giant manta rays. This could be easily be described as the center of the romantic universe, where luxury resorts and spas dot the island with overwater bungalows, thatchedroof villas, and fabled ambience. Continue Reading »