Bora Bora is completely synonym for warm seas, endless sunshine, exotic customs, lush scenery, dreamy beaches, and ideal tropical vacation. The fact cannot be denied that if anyone wants to experience natural beauty, most welcome here. Wildlife-rich wilderness, mouthwatering cuisine and architecture add other attractions to the mix. Bora Bora is majorly an international tourist destination with luxury resorts, coconut trees and huts and bungalows over beaches. Tourists can easily find basic, cheap and luxurious accommodations and enjoy the activities like snorkeling and scuba driving around the lagoons. The most recommended transport methods in Bora Bora are bicycles, motorboats and rental cars.


Bora Bora is one of the magical islands offering scenic hiking trails and tourist sites including the famous Matira Beach which lies in a protected lagoon edged by fine white sandy shores. Matira Beach is basically a mile of exquisite white sand at the southern tip of Bora Bora Island. Here, the water is crystal clear and the sand is soft and downy. You can stay right at the hotel Matira Beach and enjoy the beautiful views of the place.


Mount Otemanu is one of two extinct volcanoes at the center of the island with more than 2,400 feet from the surface of a sparkling, turquoise lagoon. A trip to Mount Otemanu is best when the sun is shining and the clouds are sparse, so be sure to check the weather before booking your tour. Travelers like to visit Mount Otemanu because of very dramatic photo opportunities of sunrise and sunset.


4×4 Excursions is one of the best ways to enjoy Bora Boras breathtaking beauty. It is the journey with off-road vehicles which are comfortable and safe. There is no better way to come to know Bora Bora than by spending time with our family at 4*4 Excursions. Come once and enjoy the beauty of island home. Discover the history, enjoy the adventures, and explore the island with the most adventurous activity in Bora Bora.


Filled with corals, the garden is named so. Recent visitors rave about the amount of fish and sea life that was visible, as well as the beautiful coloring of the marine life. You can get Coral Gardens via a 5-minute boat ride or you can swim there in 20 minutes. Here, all you need to bring to spy the cache of colorful fish is some snorkeling goggles. Travelers are recommended to bring water shoes or aqua socks to save feet.


Vaitape is the only and the largest town on Bora Bora. Being a home to half of the tiny island’s population, the area is also the island’s administrative center with several banks, a post office and a police station. There are also restaurants, cafes and Bora Bora’s only shopping center, the Centre Commercial La Pahla. Book Vaitape hotels and explore some supermarkets located in the city.


Enjoy Bora Boras underwater world with a comfortable, safe, clean and covered boat. You will glide over the colorful coral and see numbers of beautiful tropical fish through the glass-bottom floor. At boat tours, you also get to see the beautiful sandy motus that surround the main island. Have a unique moment with the sharks safely, admire the underwater flora at the coral garden and swim with the friendly stingrays.


Slip into the crystal-clear underwater world and experience the thrill of snorkeling in Bora Bora with black-tip reef sharks and stingrays. You’ll discover many marine wonders near the barrier reef in the Bora Bora lagoon. Stop near the barrier reef and discover a coral garden with the enjoyment of shark/stingray feeding. Jump into the water to attract and hand-feed more than a dozen sharks. Experience the thrill through your snorkel mask while in the sea and continue your excursion where you’ll come face-to-face with hungry stingrays.


Known as a natural aquarium on a small island, Bora Bora Lagoonarium is one of the coolest activities that can attract while spying sharks, turtles, rays and many different kinds of ocean fish. Undoubtedly, it is a perfect place to get up close and personal with Bora Bora’s marine life. This is essentially an aquarium without the glass, and a great opportunity to see many sea creatures in their natural habitat.