What kind of activities can you do in Bora Bora?
What's good about Bora Bora?
It's an unspoiled paradise. As there are no crowds of tourists, or sky rise hotels, Bora Bora remains an unspoiled paradise with clean water and pristine beaches. In fact, French Polynesia is one of the purest places on the planet.
What does Bora Bora have?
The main attraction of Bora Bora is the lagoon with its still intact underwater world. By glass bottom boat, diving and snorkeling, you can explore the reef with thousands of colorful coral fish. In the deep lagoon there are barracudas and sharks that you can feed during guided diving excursions.
Does Bora Bora have a nightlife?
The Recif (The Reef) is literally the only nightclub in Bora Bora. It's a magnet for young locals who like to rage, but there are also always a few honeymooners that want to fist pump, slam shots and get as close to black-out drunk as possible.
Can you see stars in Bora Bora?
French Polynesia Bora Bora, Moorea and Huahine are three of the best locations to view the southern hemisphere stars. With no light pollution and perfect clarity, you can see very unique star alignments.
Does Tahiti have nightlife?
Tahiti is really the only island in French Polynesia where you can have a big night out. Pape'ete has several night clubs strung along Boulevard Pomare. Clubs range from those catering to people who want to dance to Tahitian waltzes to those who want to dance to techno.
How many days should I stay in Bora Bora?
We recommend you to stay 3-4 days in Bora Bora. This gives you plenty of time to explore this pretty island and all the different shades of emerald the sea has the offer here. Do you have more time, then you will love spending that here too, just keep in mind Bora Bora is the most expensive island of French Polynesia.
What kind of currency does Bora Bora use?
The Pacific Franc
Do they speak French in Bora Bora?
The main languages in Bora Bora are French and Tahitian, but you'll find that many people also speak English, especially resort employees.
How do you say hello in Bora Bora?
Hello – Ia Orana (yo-rah-nah) Welcome – Maeva (mah-yeh-vah) Thank you – Maururu (mah-roo-roo)