WHAT TO DO IN BORA BORA?
Bora Bora activities and attractions are many & varied. There’s a tempting array of things to do for those staying for a few days – here’s a run through some of the many activities & attractions that will set your heart-beat racing, that will leave you with almost a sense of disbelief at nature’s ultimate gift of beauty:
Your eyes will simply not believe the beauty of the sands & turquoise waters of every hue & shade that surround Matira Beach.
It’s here you must go no matter how short your stay.
Beauty beyond belief!
SWIM (literally) WITH SHARKS
Dive with the Lemon Sharks off Teavanui Pass & if lucky witness a Tahitian ride down to the bottom on the back of one of these monsters.
Often 3-4 metres long these are impressive!
A must do!
Be swept away into another world, a world of magic & of mystery whilst Swimming with Huge Manta Rays off Fitiiu Point.
To meet with a manta ray, often up to 4metres across – one of the best experiences you can have.
Head up to Popoti Lookout atop Taihi Point & wish you never had to leave …………………………… but when you do, grab an ice-cold coconut to drink road-side.
A longish climb, but spectacular.
CLIMB MT PAHIA – Climb Mt Pahia for stunning views of Mt Otemanu & the world’s most beautiful lagoon & a staggeringly beautiful outlook over Raiatea, Tahaa, Huahine, Tupai & Maupiti.
Take the legendary climb to Ana Opea Cave for a completely different ‘outlook’ on things.
Take a lite lunch for the best munch on Bora.
A Mega outing.
HEIVA I BORA BORA
Attend the Heiva i Bora Bora, Polynesia’s ultimate celebration of their deep culture & rich history through song & dance ………….. you’ll wish you’d found Bora Bora earlier.
A month long celebration in dance & song with a wide range of associated traditional ceremonies & events!
Participate in the finish of the staggeringly beautiful Matira Beach of the Hawaiki Nui Va’a Race, the world’s greatest ocean outrigger race.
Take a Jet Ski Tour of the island.
Consider stopping at Matira Beach for lunch overlooking this magnificent stretch of water.
A must whilst visiting what many describe as: “the world’s most beautiful lagoon”.
Freely cruise Bora Bora’s Glorious Motus & whilst doing so simply spear your own fish, cook it over a coral BBQ whilst drinking directly from coconuts you’ve gathered whilst learning to play the ukelele.
This is the life!
The very best!
Maupiti – absolutely sensational!!!
HELICOPTER OVER BORA BORA (& TUPAI) – Take a thrilling helicopter ride & see why Bora Bora is nature’s ultimate gift:
Cruise Vaitape the administrative & only town on Bora Bora.
There’s much to see, both historically & culturally, that can to add to your Bora Bora experience & give your visit some depth.
Tour around Bora Bora…. knowing in advance what to see!
Take a walk back in time to when the Americans were in Bora Bora during World War II & know where to Locate ALL the Cannons; the current guidebooks will not get you there!
Get the tips for the best breaks from a Bora Bora Insider. Find out where the surf is to be found.
GO KITE-BOARDING IN PARADISE
When the wind is up no better place to be that kite-boarding in paradise!
Bora Bora’s beautiful lagoon continues to reward those who dare.
Highly recommended for those looking for an adrenaline rush or wishing to send the pulse beat racing!
Head over & feel the magic of the authentic & indescribably beautiful Maupiti, the Society Island’s best kept secret.
Many say: “A Bora Bora of yesteryear…..with no big hotels!”
Can’t suggest strongly enough that you visit!
Feed the Stingrays & be taken by their ‘affection’.
Another ‘must do’ for anyone visiting Bora Bora & suitable for the kids who’ll have the day of their lives!
Go for it.
Chill out completely with a magical stroll across the world’s most beautiful lagoon to Papa Bora.
This is very much ‘something the locals do.
Visit the workshop of renowned Bora Bora potter Myriama Prokop & be blown away by the colour, the workmanship & the general ambience of an attraction that pulls in locals & tourists alike.
Nice stop-over when circling the island.
BEST HIKE IN BORA BORA – Here’s something completely new – this ridgeline hike is beyond superlatives:
Sink a cold beer or ten whilst watching the sunset from Bora Bora Yacht Club. Best stop you’ll ever make if you have just climbed to see the American WWII canons at Point Pahua.
There’s no better place in Bora Bora than to watch the sunset than here ‘on the wharf’.
These exceptionally popular local themed traditional ceremonies conducted in the privacy of Bora Bora’s best, private locations are all the rave at present……..
RESTAURANTS & BARS
To end yet another great day know where to find Bora Bora best bars.