bora bora best things to do


One of the most beautiful islands photographed in the Pacific Ocean, is a component of the land of the archipelago of happiness of French Oceania. 32 km wide, the island is made up of dry land surrounded by many islets known today for their tourist resorts of thatched bungalows and long wooden walks stretching over a transparent blue lagoon. In the centre of the island, the inexperienced emerald peaks of Mount Otemanu and Mount Pahia dominate.

First occupied by Polynesians in the fourth century and visited by explorers such as James Cook in 1770, it became a French colony in 1842. During World War II, the island served as a military base for the United States. Today, Bora Bora could be a popular travel destination for many, as well as honeymooners and adventurers.

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With its beautiful beaches such as Matira Beach, barrier reefs and numerous marine species of calico, Bora  is a wonderful place to swim, scuba dive, deep-sea fishing, water trips and various water activities. In addition, activities such as climbing, life observation, skydiving and helicopter rides are available.

Although there are no towns on Bora Bora, the most important village is Vaitape, an active port teeming with retailers and markets selling handicrafts and souvenirs such as shell jewellery, perfumed soaps and black pearls. Vaitape also offers an honest choice of restaurants ranging from French to international cuisine, as well as numerous bars and a square. Vaitape is where most guests arrive by ferry from the airfield. While some car and bike rentals are available, there is only one main road on land. The stations located on the smallest islets provide motorboat transport.

4Best Time To Visit Bora Bora

Bora Bora, like most tropical islands, has a wet and dry season, respectively from November to April and may to October. The best time to visit Bora Bora is undoubtedly the dry season, when the weather is not too rough and the rains are intermittent. However, you may have to support the crowds, as it is also the tourist season. Financially, you also need to be prepared, as tourist prices skyrocket during this period.