A favourite among honeymooners and all holidaymakers alike, Bora Bora Resorts is full of surprising things to do. To help you create memorable experiences on the Tahitian island, here are some activities you can enjoy during your visit there.
It goes without saying that most things to do on Bora Bora are mainly geared around water activities. The spectacular lagoon of Bora Bora is a playing field for all water buffs! Expect world class underwater activities including scuba diving, snorkelling and shark/ray watching, discovering the island’s amazing marine life. The lagoon is not short of above-water activities either. Indulge in laid back boat tours or suit up for the thrills of water skiing, windsurfing, kite boarding, or surfing the water rips.
Keeping Your Tootsies Dry
If you don’t feel like getting too wet then go on an adventurous deep sea fishing cruise or Para-sailing. For completely drip-free fun, explore the interiors of the island on an off road 4-wheel drive safari or take on the challenges of hiking and climbing the hills and slopes of the highlands.
Chill and Relax
When you’re in the mood to just chill and enjoy Bora Bora in a more relaxing way, slap on your sunscreen and jump on one of the many lagoon sightseeing cruises. Enjoy the waters and discover the island on a classic glass bottom boat tour, or soak in breathtaking views on a sunset cruise. Although you won’t ever get tired of being on the multi-blue coloured waters, you can also enjoy a motu picnic on the white sandy beaches of the many surrounding islets.
Work that Wallet
Of course, shopping is mandatory on any holiday and you’ll be pleasantly surprised to know that there’s lots of shopping outlets on this island. Bora Bora features many flea markets, general stores, specialty stores, boutiques, jewelers and galleries so you can truly shop till your pocket’s dry! But don’t forget to feast your eyes on some of the most enchanting black pearls of French Polynesia, one of the great treasures of the South Seas.
Eat your Heart Out
You won’t have trouble finding good food here. After all, Bora Bora is frequented by many tourists and from all walks of life. Food comes in a variety of cuisines ranging from basic local culinary served from local food trucks, which is arguable the best way to experience local food, to high end French and international cuisines in exclusive locations. You’ll even find Chinese and oriental food, should you crave some.