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Departure Sun, 06 Oct Return Fri, 11 Oct
AKL Auckland
BOB Bora Bora
return from £1,030
Departure Sat, 28 Sep Return Thu, 03 Oct
LHR London
BOB Bora Bora
return from £4,722
Departure Tue, 01 Oct Return Thu, 10 Oct
MAN Manchester
BOB Bora Bora
return from £7,444
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Bora Bora Attractions

Famous for its volcanos, its lagoons and its unrivaled natural beauty, Bora Bora is a paradise on Earth holiday destination to be enjoyed over and over again. In addition to its breathtaking sceneray and majestic landscape, this South Pacific wonder land provides visitors with plenty of opportunites for water based activities such as swimming, snorkeling and scuba diving in the crysztal blue waters of the pacific. Underwater tours are also available, where a guide will swim alongside you; pointing out interesting aspects of the sea life and their environment and helping you come into contact with the sharks, turtles and sting rays that call these waters their home.

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Things to do in Bora Bora

All good holidays should provide a relaxing experience and for this there is no better destination than Bora Bora. With its famous lagoon, clear blue waters and tropical landscape, this South Pacific paradise provides travellers of all ages and tastes with ample opportunity for relaxation, entertainment and a fun nightlife to ensure a complete holiday experience.

When visiting Bora Bora be sure to:

  • Swim in the famous lagoon
  • Relax on one of the many beaches such as Matira Beach
  • Go snorkeling in the Pacific Ocean
  • Take a romantic nighttime tour of the surrounding waters
  • Take part in some extreme sports such as jet-skiing or kiteboarding
  • Enjoy a land tour from the comfort of a Jeep
  • Go shopping for local items of jewelry including regional black pearls

Bora Bora in 3 days

Day 1: Use day one to cannonball right into the waters at one of the world's prettiest beaches. Most tourists dip their toes in the sand at Matira beach. For a more isolated experience track the sand in the direction of Vaitape Village, where the coast curves to a spectacular bay that's short on crowds and long on calm. Do a little snorkeling and fall asleep under a coconut tree - this life isn't just for postcards!

Day 2: Elevate your itinerary on day two with a trip to the majestic Mount Otemanu. The Pixaresque confines of this 2,385 foot extinct volcano offer the best view on the island whether you hike up or take a 4X4 tour through the lush forest. The mountain is just as appreciated from any of the lagoon boat tours below.

Day 3: Day three is all about shopping, art, and culture. Head to the southern part of Circle Island Road for a ton of boutique shops selling Bora Bora's trademark black pearls, shell leis, carvings, and woven baskets. You might also consider getting a tattoo: the word 'tattoo' originated in the area and some traditional artists keep the original spirit alive.

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Bora Bora Airports

Located on the islet of Motu Mute, Bora Bora Airport, also known as Motu Mute Airport, is the airport that serves the popular tourist destination of Bora Bora. Continue reading if you want to know how to get to the city centre from the airport and which are the main airlines flying to Bora Bora.

  • Bora Bora Airport (BOB)

    Top Carriers

    The only major airline to operate within Bora Bora airport is Air Tahiti.

    Location

    Bora Bora Airport is located on the islet of Motu Mute in French Polynesia.

    Transportation options

    When landing at Bora Bora airport, passengers can reach the main island of Bora Bora via boat transfer services. These are readily available for all passengers of incoming and outgoing flights from the airport.

Bora Bora in august

Even though it's winter August in Bora Bora is actually the preferred time to visit due to its miniscule monthly rainfall numbers. With just five centimetres of rain monthly and eight hours of daily sunshine at an average daytime high of 28 you'll find some of the most spectacular weather around. Sea temperatures dip to a 'mere' 27 degrees in August but it's still a couple of degrees warmer than the Mediterranean at its summer peak

August brings The Heiva, the biggest annual festival in all of Tahiti. Here it's all about showing off traditional Polynesian costumes, skills, and music. Popular events include the Mr. and Mrs. Tahiti pageant and competitions involving different skills like palm tree climbing and coconut opening. On Bora Bora you'll find the celebrations in Vaitape.

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