Bora Bora is part of French Polynesia, located in the South Pacific and has everything that makes the heart of an island lover beat faster. Long white sandy beaches and turquoise-blue sea invite you to soak up the sun and linger. But also the breathtaking tropical landscape in the interior of the island wants to be explored.
Although Bora Bora has the charm of a lonely and untouched island, it is certainly not boring for any holidaymaker. In the first place, for most tourists, Bora Bora is a snorkeling trip to the lagoon.
Nature lovers and active holidaymakers come to their expense especially in the partly untouched interior of the island. Whether with a Jeep safari or on a hike on foot, the two highest peaks of Bora Boras, the Mont Otemanu and the Mont Pahia with 661 meters are popular excursion destinations.
Beach lovers are attracted to the Matira beach, which is over three kilometres long. The legendary beach at the southern tip of the main island is considered one of the most beautiful in all of French Polynesia. Some luxury resorts are also lined up here. If you prefer a bit more rest, you should register at one of the top-notch resorts on the motus.
Luxurious bungalows on stilts, the most beautiful Bora Boras beach and the most popular restaurant in all of French Polynesia: The island offers for beach holidaymakers and honeymooners, where the best spots on Bora Bora are located.
A visit to the Lagunarium is one of the absolute highlights for Bora Bora holidaymakers and should necessarily be on your itinerary. Once immersed, you go to Bora Bora Lagoonarium for hours in shallow water with the fascinating underwater creatures of the South Seas. You can get the snorkeling equipment on site. Guests can also opt for a barbecue on the motu or a canoe excursion along the reef.