If you're looking for romance, look no further than the gorgeous island of Bora Bora. One glance at the stunning blue hues of its lagoon and you'll instantly fall in love. This highly renowned paradise has suitably earned its reputation as one of the world's best honeymoon destinations. Newlyweds that decide on a Bora Bora honeymoon
often feel like they've escaped to an entirely different world. And if you're in the midst of planning your wedding, you know just how enticing that sounds!
Where is Bora Bora?
Bora Bora is part of the Leeward Group of Society Islands and is less than a one-hour flight from Tahiti
. The airport is located on a separate part of the island known as Motu Mete, where visitors are met upon arrival and transferred by boat to their Bora Bora Resort. We think you'll agree: It's incredibly refreshing to visit a destination where the transfer from plane to hotel is actually something to look forward to. Your worries will quickly melt away as you sail across the crystal clear waters of this tropical paradise.
The island of Bora Bora is famous for its overwater bungalows.
Many of these luxurious rooms have sections of glass-bottom floors or coffee tables, meaning you can enjoy the reflection of the glittering water against the thatched roof of your bungalow at all times, from all angles - sometimes even from bed! If your idea of a vacation is total relaxation, then you'll never need to leave your bungalow, let alone the resort. From lounging on your private deck to indulging in a world-class spa treatment
or receiving your room service via outrigger canoe, you'll quickly discover what makes Bora Bora so unique.Bora Bora Activities
Should you decide to venture away from your resort, you can visit the main village of Vaitape at your leisure, go shopping for local products or dine at one of Bora Bora's restaurants, including the legendary Bloody Mary's, the romantic Maikai or the elegant and sophisticated Villa Mahana. ...
For the AdventurerBora Bora has numerous activities to offer. Since water is a way of life on this island, there are many water sports and activities to choose from. With visibility up to 150 feet, Bora Bora's lagoon is a favorite for snorkelers and divers. Other activities include stand-up paddle boarding, kite surfing, jet skiing or shark and ray feeding.
There are also many land activities available on the main island of Bora Bora. You can go hiking or embark on a 4WD excursion and explore the island's interior, including Bora Bora's two stunning peaks: Mount Pahia and Mount Otemanu. You can also explore the island's exterior; the main road is just 18 miles around and can easily be traveled by scooter, bicycle or car.
However active or inactive you wish to be, Bora Bora has something for everybody. We believe this iconic destination should be on everyone's Bucket List, because it truly is the trip of a lifetime. And if you're fortunate enough to experience it, be sure to soak up every moment. That way, you can always visit Bora Bora again and again in your memory. Read More