Bora Bora is without a doubt one of the most famous islands and tourist destinations in the world. Bora Bora island is part of the Society Islands of French Polynesia, and is surrounded by a barrier reef and lagoon. Aside from the island’s fine white sand and crystal waters, a lot of tourists also keep going back to Bora Bora island because of the wide range of actiivities offered in the island.
Unlike other beaches or resorts where you can only basically swim and sunbathe, Bora Bora visitors will never get bored because the island offers watersports such as surfing, scuba diving, jetskiing, wind-surfing, snorkelling, and tons more. If you’re not into watersports, you can opt for more relaxing activities like getting massages while you’re on a sunset cruise and signing up for private lagoon tours.
Those who are up for an aquatic adventure will be able to go hiking, parasailing, climbing, and shark feeding, while older tourists and visitors can go casual walking or bicycle riding in and around the island. Bora Bora island also houses several art galleries, studios, and cafes which showcase the island’s local culture and talents.
If you want to visit the Exotic Lagoonarium and the Aquasafari, we suggest you look for island tours that cover the two attractions in the tour itinerary and come in prices that are within your reach. Lodging and accommodation also won’t be a problem as there are loads of lodging units and options available on the island. If you do decide to go to Bora Bora island, make sure you do a little bit research about the place first, such as peak or off-peak seasons, average housing rates, as well as the specific sights and attractions you might want to visit.