6 Best Places to Visit in Bora Bora

Bora Bora island, a mesmerising South Pacific island in French Polynesia, personifies relaxation and offers numerous enthralling luxury resorts.
Rasshmie Salunkhay May 20, 2019
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Cloistered by the coral reef, the island’s white sands and turquoise lagoons make it a visual paradise. The luxury resort destination consists of bungalows that are perched over the water on stilts.

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Though Bora Bora is popular for Scuba Diving, ample of other activities can be enjoyed here. You can respite on the over-water bungalow deck, or choose the luminous lagoon to sway that heat. You can bike at a leisurely pace all around the island.

Bora Bora Lagoonarium, Vaitape

The rich underwater life is worth checking out at the Bora Bora Lagoonarium. A natural aquarium, where a mesmerising marine life is captive in the Lagoon, visitors can thoroughly enjoy snorkelling and water rides. How can we forget food? The foodies can take a jaunt at restaurants here, for the authentic dishes.

Mount Otemanu

Mount Otemanu is one of two peaks of an extinct volcano situated at the center of the island. At 2,400 ft above the lagoon, this mountain makes for a dramatic adventure as well as refreshes you with breathtaking views. With hiking, it also offers boat tours and a helicopter tour.

Matira Beach

The largest beach in Bora Bora which is accessible to public is Matira beach. You can spend a lazy day in the crystal-clear waters and soft white sands. It pampers you with convenient necessities like resorts, eateries and stores. The shoreline is seldom crowded and the vibrant sunsets are worth a visit.

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Maupiti Island

Maupiti is a series of coral islets consisting of a volcanic island. The captivating beauty of Maupiti, ravishes your soul. The stunning tropical island, offers lagoon scenery, snorkeling, etc. The panoramic sight from the apex of Maupiti’s highest peak may make you skip a heartbeat.

Mount Pahia

Being the second-highest summit on Bora Bora, Mount Pahia challenges you for an adventurous steep trek. While the white clouds moving across the blue sky give it a mythical touch, the interesting jungle trails and spectacular views make it a hiker's paradise.

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Muri Muri - The White Valley

The underwater topography with rich coral reefs, is animated by a variety of fishes. With an incredible marine life, White Valley happens to be one of the favorite dive sites in Bora Bora.