Vacationing to Bora Bora can be romantic and exciting. Preparing to take off on some of the happiest vacations to Bora Bora? Here are a few tips that could help you along the way.
Bora Bora is a very expensive island, and unless you’re a millionaire or have mortgaged your house and property, it would be better for you to check the rates before booking any hotel.
Fortunately, there are several economical accommodations available at the best of locations. David Stanley’s “South Pacific Handbook” would be an indispensable companion for any trip to Polynesia.
There are a lot of good restaurants that you can dine in. A few of the good ones that I had visited includes Hotel Bora Bora, Villa Mahana, Fare Manuia, Top Dive, Bloody Mary’s, La Bounty, Pirate Bar, Bamboo House, Snack Matira, Restaurant Patoti, Kaina Hut, and the Snack Matira Beach.
A few interesting activities that you could indulge in, in Bora Bora:
Shark and Ray feeding.
Bora Bora Lagoonarium, where you can swim with the sharks and other creatures and also purchase a movie of you swimming amongst the sharks.
Jet Ski, along with several other inexhaustible activities, including lazing on the beaches and swimming in the clear waters of Polynesia.
The Flea Market Building, Tiare Market, China Lee Market, and O.P.E.C.
Black Pearls, souvenirs and loads of quaint collections from the locals.
If you want to telephone to Bora Bora, the country code is 689 (no city codes)
Vaitape is the main village at the ferry terminal.
Motu Mute is the airport, on an island on the lagoon. Tel. 677636 / 677031
Airline services: Air Tahiti
Enjoy your vacation the Tahitian way at the perfect romantic getaway, Bora Bora.