Top 5 Must-Do’s in Bora Bora All Inclusive Vacations

Bora Bora

The paradise Bora Bora island is nothing short of fun and adventurous activities. With numerous things to do from taking island picnics to swimming with rays and sharks, you may find that there aren’t enough days to enjoy your all inclusive Bora Bora vacation by and the entire island in one visit.

But fret not, with these top 5 must-do list, you’re sure to enjoy at least the best of the island – its marine life, clear warm waters, local culture and breathtaking views.

Bora Bora

Shark and Ray Watching

This shark affair can be nerve-wrecking to watch. Snorkel in the shallow lagoon and watch from a safe distance as black-tip reef sharks and stingrays come close as your Tahitian guide entices them over with raw fish snacks. Some of the playful stingrays swim close enough to touch, but the sharks tend to circle at a distance. This thrilling experience is a huge must!

Celebrate Polynesian Culture

Traditional dance performances give a beautiful insight to the Tahitian culture. Be mesmerized by handmade costumes, island beats, and hip-shaking moves from relaxing island-style to intense warrior calls. You can catch the fire dance show on the main island beaches or dinner shoes at the Motu resorts. No visit would be complete without a touch of this remarkable Polynesian culture.

Staying in an Overwater Bungalow

The best thing about staying in Bora Bora overwater bungalows is that most feature a private deck with access to the crystal clear lagoon for scenic dips whenever you want. This is a big advantage if you can’t fit a snorkel excursion into your itinerary. The resort will provide you with a mask, snorkel and fins so you can swim away with the company of friendly marine life at your leisure.

Experience Heaven on Earth

It is high likely the reason you’re visiting Bora Bora is for a needed break from the hustle and bustle of daily life. For a taste of heaven, relax with a traditional Polynesian spa treatment in the quiet lagoon waters. It makes perfect sense to relax with therapeutic massage. The Maru Spa at the Bora Bora Lagoon Resort and the Meridien Bora Bora are a great choice. They use local products made from the island’s fresh fruits and flowers. By the end of it, you’ll be floating in heaven. Go on, you deserve it!

Circle Island Tour

When you’re pressed for time, a Circle Island Tour (as they call it) will let you experience the true flavour of Bora Bora. You have the choice of exploring the full circle of the island by road or lagoon.

There are many tour operators who run the Circle Island tours, each with as interesting as the next. If you prefer, you can also tour it on your own but for your own safety, the first two options are best.

To truly appreciate the paradise island, you really need to dedicate a long trip or several short trips. On a side note, when it’s time to refuel and fill your tummies, join the locals and enjoy the best of

Local food served from food vans. They have everything from steaks, crepes, fresh seafood and even Chinese food. We all have to eat, and what better way than to do it Polynesian style!

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