Travel Destinations

In the heart of the most beautiful lagoons of the world, the South Seas have secretly protected a precious gem:

Bora Bora!

Found by the strongest, told by the greatest, and whispered by the biggest, the legendary island of Bora Bora could only be christened as “The Pearl of the Pacific”!
Symbol of love and romance where traditions meet luxury, let yourself be seduced by this sublime ambiance, this indescribable romanticism that only a gem can procure.

 Part of the allure has to be its almost unbelievable beauty. Two towering peaks of sheer black rock dominate the center of the island and make an impressive backdrop to an assortment of blue waters that will dazzle the eyes. Bora Bora's lagoon is its most treasured feature, and allows the traveler many opportunities to experience it in a variety of ways. Windsurf, Jet Ski, scuba dive, swim, bask in its warmth... the list goes on.

Bora bora is truly an experience worth having. A wonderfully relaxing place to be as well as a great island for you to experience, your Bora Bora vacation will never be forgotten.


What to Do

6 Categories of Bora Bora's activities include:

  • WATERSPORTS- with special sections for SCUBA DIVING and SAILING, plus snorkeling, surfing, windsurfing, jet skiing, jet boating, waterskiing, swimming, kite surfing.
  • RELAXATION- motu picnics, nightlife, bus & mini van tours, glass bottom boat, private lagoon tours, sunset cruises, massage
  • ADVENTURES- 4x4 safaris, parasailing, deep sea & sport fishing, shark & ray feeding, hiking & climbing
  • ISLAND FUN- eco, cultural, & nature touring, lagoon excursions, horseback riding, light tackle fishing, Aqua safari, Lagoonarium, camping, flight seeing
  • RECREATION- casual walking, bicycle riding, tennis, volleyball, billiards, massage.
  • SHOPPING, SERVICES & RESTAURANTS- local art galleries & studios, BLACK PEARLS & JEWELRY, gift shops, boutiques & more.

What to See

 3 Categories of Bora Bora's sights include:

  • SIGHTSEEING & GENERAL POINTS OF INTEREST- Ancient maraes, leftover World War II cannons and bunkers, plus a special CIRCLE ISLAND TOUR section.
    The Exotic Lagoonarium, Tahitian Dancing, and the Aqua safari.
    with info on local artists & craftsmen, art galleries, Tattoo artists, and more... 

 Where to Stay

Top quality Hotels & waterfront bungalows (Bora Bora Lagoon Resort & Spa,Novotel Bora Bora Beach Resort, Le Meridien Bora Bora, etc)

  • Mid Range family style Pensions & guesthouses
  • Budget Pensions & camping on the island...


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. Storms are frequent, brief, and unpredictable.(Average rainfall for Papeete is 1800mm). Temperatures will range from 27 - 30 degrees C, with the hottest months being February and March. Day to night temperature fluctuations is minimal. This "wet season" is considered the "off season" for tourism.

By contrast, the "dry season" - May through October, is the "on season" for tourism. This is the Polynesian winter. Temperatures generally range from between 24-28 degrees C, and rain is rare. Day to night temperature fluctuations is minimal.

As to be expected, these favorable weather conditions also bring out the tourists. July is most likely the favorite and most heavily traveled month for all the Tahitian Islands because of its many festivals and celebrations during the month long holiday that occurs at that time known as
Tiurai. For those interested in Scuba diving in Tahiti and her surrounding islands, the dry season is favorable due to increased visibility.

Bora bora is truly an experience worth having. A wonderfully relaxing place to be as well as a great island for you to experience, your Bora Bora vacation will never be forgotten.

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