About Bora Bora
Bora Bora – the epitome of a postcard-perfect South Pacific island – provides the perfect blend of relaxed Polynesian culture and French savoir faire influence for vacationing couples.
From the majestic twin peaks of the ancient 600m-high volcano at its centre to the numerous palm-fringed sugar-white beaches around the lagoon, Bora Bora offers a unique experience for couples looking for an exotic beach holiday destination.
Things to do and see
Relax on a sugar-white beach and do nothing at all or discover the island on a choice of outdoor activities: cruise Bora Bora’s tranquil lagoon to find the perfect motu (islet) for a romantic champagne picnic and snorkel the shallow waters off Matira Point or the coral gardens of Motu Toopua.
Then admire the twin peaks of the ancient 600m-high volcano from the shade of gently swaying palm trees while sipping a refreshing cold drink. Read about the best beaches on Bora Bora . . .
Other easily arranged honeymoon activities to share with your sweetheart include diving Tupitipiti Point to see colourful sponges and fish such as sharks, rays and parrotfish; horseback riding lush mountainside trails; visiting ancient marae on a 4WD excursion and hooking up a sports-fishing charter.
Or try biking Bora Bora's pretty coastal road stopping off at the Pearl Farm to browse for the perfect honeymoon souvenir – a gorgeous black Tahitian pearl. Read about the best things to do on Bora Bora . . .
Later, relax with a glass of chilled wine on the private verandah of your thatched-roof, over-water bure while nature paints a picture-perfect sunset before your very eyes for a special honeymoon moment.
Romance is always in the air in Bora Bora – you just can’t escape it on the island once described by author, James Michener, as: “. . . the most beautiful place in the world.”
Bora Bora offers a choice of 25 resorts and hotels, mainly located around the southern tip of Bora Bora at Matira Point, with excellent snorkelling and swimming from some of the most picturesque over-water bungalows in Tahiti.
Typically, these resorts offer a wide range of honeymoon packages coupled to an array of creature comforts aimed at spoiling couples. Read about the best resorts on Bora Bora . . .