The French Polynesian Island is the best leisure place you and your loved ones are looking for. The enchanting island of Bora Bora still sits on the top of the bucket list of many travelers.
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Here’s why and what to do during Bora Bora vacation:
Release your stress at the Matira Beach-One day
The stunning white sand beach with sparkling water is the best place to release your stress and relax in the sweltering sun. The shore of Matira beach is lined with tall palm trees under, which lie restaurants serving delicious Polynesian cuisine to treat your tongue. Tourists generally enjoy swimming and snorkeling in the blue pristine lagoon.
Perfect Polynesian feast on the sparkling beach- Later half of the day
Let Bora Bora sweep you off your feet with the exotic Polynesian feast. The events along the beachside begin after dusk includes dance and live music. Eating shrimps with steamed noodles with a savory burrito is just perfect at the end of a relaxed evening.
Snorkel with friendly stingrays – Half Day
The large natural swimming areas in Bora Bora tempts you to swim with the marine animals. With proper snorkeling gear find a way to interact with the friendly marine life.
Visit the Bora Bora Turtle Center- Half day
Visit the beautiful turtle center to feed the turtles and know more about their exotic species. The turtles which are hurt or injured are brought to the center to recover. Tourists generally participate in taking care of them, help them heal and at times swim with them.
Visit the art studio- 2 hours
The famous French artist Alain Despert came to be known for his stunning paintings of Bora Bora Island. His art studio is located just above the hill which rests near the Matira beach. If you are lucky enough you can also pay him a visit if your appointment is confirmed.
Explore Mount Otemanu- One Day
The two peaks of the majestic volcano mountains are top at the list of places to visit when vacationing in Bora Bora. The hike enthusiasts are recommended to hike up the climb of the mountain with a local guide to know more about the island. The view from the top of the mountain is the quintessence of scenic beauty and lush bushes. You can even visit the top of the mountain in a helicopter. Or take a boat ride circling the base of the mountain. At the base of the mountain, you can see cave formations, ancient relics, and cannons dated back from World War II.
Pearl market- Half day
The unique black pearls can be purchased at the Tahiti Pearl Market. Many people depend on pearl culture and have family business to harvest pearls. The large collection in the market has thousands of pearls to choose from; you can ask them to mount the pearl of your own choice.
Enjoy the Tahitian sunset- Later half of the day
Grab a seat at the beach resort facing west and settle in with a tropical cocktail to sip. The island is known for its picturesque sunsets and making the most of your trip is important. Along with your loved ones, be seated early in your comfortable spot and wait until the sunsets. The evening of watching the sunset promises you to feel love all at once during the Bora Bora vacation.
Coral gardens-One Day
At the east of Bora Bora, you will find a coral reef. Tourists hire a guide to help them with local activities such as swimming and snorkeling. The coral gardens are top on the to-do list of the Bora Bora vacation because staying close to nature is always a good idea. Swimming with stingrays and blacktip reef sharks is more exciting as it sounds in your head right now.
Paroisse Saint Pierre-Celestin Church- 3 hours
The church is located at the heart of Vaitape where the locals gather for their Sunday Mass. The stunning beauty was designed by architect David Chanvin that mixes with the local art and culture of the island. The church has little glass stained colored windows that represent seven different sacraments.
Aquabike adventure-2 hours
The turquoise lagoon can be visited on a scooter from within to explore the colorful tropical fishes and stingrays. The scooter is immersed in the blue waters and your head will be covered with a glass helmet to help you see things clearly. You will be guided by a scuba diver to take you to places worth seeing. The forty minutes dive is a great idea for those who do not find scuba diving comfortable. The electric scooter has an electric more and works autonomously to allow you to control your own ride.
MaiKai Bora Bora- 3 hours
The prestigious restaurant has a beautiful sea-view with the best French and Polynesian cuisine. The ideal styling and beautiful décor of the food, by the chef, appeals to all the tourists. The chef prepares some of the best quality dishes using fresh ingredients. The main focus of the restaurant is on steaks and seafood, which is also its specialty. The restaurant also caters to vegetarian dishes on special requests of the tourists to make them feel at home. The bar offers a variety of cocktails and signature martinis.
Maohi Nui- Half Day
The local guide will take you to this place to tell you stories about legends from the island. He will enlighten you about the history of the place, the culture of the place and the natives. On your way, you can enjoy the breathtaking view and have a Polynesian feast on private Motu with your loved ones.
Vitamin Sea-One day
Tourists are generally attracted to the lagoon sail in the Vitamin Sea. The clear shallow waters allow you to relax in the water with a floating bar catering to all your drinks and snacks.
In no small measure, Bora Bora is the ideal location to visit with your better half and feel drenched in love during the Bora Bora vacation.