Bora Bora Holidays
Coined the â€˜Pearl of the Pacificâ€™, Bora Bora is an island paradise where everyone celebrates life in the sun. The clear waters, coral reefs, and healthy population of marine life make this island one of the best holiday destinations for people who love the ocean.
Hike up a mountain, dive to the bottom of the reefs, or enjoy one of the guided tours offered on the island. Be sure to bring your underwater camera on this holiday, as you won't want to miss out on the brilliant photo opportunities when you explore the Coral Gardens. Begin planning your ocean adventure when you make your travel arrangements through ebookers.
Best time to take a vacation to Bora Bora
Summer on Bora Bora is from November through April, and this is when most of the rains come. Try visiting in May or June for the best chance at clear skies. Average high temperatures in Bora Bora vary a little throughout the year, hovering between 28 degrees and 30Â°C. The Bora Bora Liquid Festival takes place on the first week of December and celebrates all types of water sports. If you are in Bora Bora in early December, be sure to go watch the competitions on the beach and cheer for your favourite contestants.
Insider tips for Bora Bora travel
Tourists who don't want to eat out for every meal can find the local supermarket located near the Novotel Bora Bora.
The lack of sign on this small upscale restaurant doesn't make it any less popular with the locals, but does make it hard for tourists to find.
This local favourite that sits around the corner from Le Moana offers salads, pasta, and takeout pizza for hungry patrons.
Try the raw fish at this unassuming restaurant that serves excellent fare. Go on a day when there is a nice breeze, because there is no air conditioning.
Locals enjoy eating at seaside Roulottes for their real food and laid-back atmosphere.
Top Bora Bora attractions
This mountain is the remains of an extinct volcano that rises out of a blue lagoon, offering great climbing opportunities for experienced hikers.
Bring your underwater camera to this area. So many fish swim in its waters, it is sometimes difficult to see anything else.
Bora Bora Submarine
This submarine dives 30 feet to the bottom of an area filled with sharks, rays, and other fish for a unique underwater viewing experience.
Rent a small boat to explore the lagoon at your own leisurely pace. Bring your own food, because you can't dock these boats.
This diving area is marked by sharp drop-offs, large fish, and purple coral that provide an interesting underwater photo opportunity.
Deep Ocean Spa
Look through the glass floors while you are getting a treatment at this spa to watch the fish in the lagoon below.
MusÃ©e de la Marine
This small museum houses a collection of model ships created by architect Bertrand Darasse.
Bora Bora Parasail
Experience a 15-minute parasail ride over the clear waters of Bora Bora.
Vavau 4x4 Adventures
Leave the water for a short while to take one of these Jeep tours of some of the hard-to-reach areas on Bora Bora.
Explore the reefs surrounding the island in two-seat submersible scooters that are a combination of Jet Skis and personal submarines.
Bora Bora Holiday Packages
Sofitel Bora Bora Private Island epitomizes the French Art of Hospitality blended with elegance in order to create a unique experience on a private retreat. The hotel is nestled on its own private... More
This Bora Bora resort occupies what most people say is the most beautiful site in French Polynesia. Two white sand beaches set the scene for the ultimate island escape. The Le Moana Resort includes... More
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Nestled on a white beach and blue lagoon, the Hilton Bora Bora Nui Resort & Spa is an idyllic retreat. Located on the French Polynesia group of islands on the Pacific Ocean, the resort is ten... More
Welcome to paradise. Originally settled in the 4th century, the island is a verdant jewel in an beautiful sea. Lush tropical rainforests and its location at the edge of an azure lagoon make Bora... More
Perfectly placed, this Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa is set between the ‘two hearts’ of Motu Piti Aau, a coral island on the barrier reef. Whilst the award-winning Deep Ocean Spa is the... More
Just saying the name Bora Bora stirs the wanderlust in any traveler. With the debut of St. Regis Resort, Bora Bora in June 2006, this fabled archipelago in the South Pacific assumes a new magical... More
The Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora redefines a south seas escape. On its own sublimely private Motu island the resort combines ultramodern pampering with unsurpassed tropical beauty including a... More