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Bora Bora Island in French Polynesia

Also known as the Pearl of the Pacific, Bora Bora is one of the most beautiful places on earth. A popular bucket-list vacation and honeymoon destination that meets all expectations.

There is something magical about this little Tahitian island in the middle of the South Pacific with its luxurious overwater bungalows and incredible lagoon with seven shades of blue. When people see pictures of this island paradise, it is almost hard to imagine that it is real – but it is!

The Ultimate Honeymoon Destination

My wife Jessica and I first visited Bora Bora on our honeymoon, and we loved it so much that we created this travel guide website to help people like you plan your next vacation or honeymoon.

We know staying in an overwater bungalow with a glass floor at popular resorts can be a significant investment. Still, in our opinion, it is worth the expense if you are looking for a genuinely memorable and romantic island getaway. Thankfully Bora Bora has something for everyone, as many private pensions and vacation rentals are available if you want to save money.

Overwater bungalows at the Four Seasons Resort with clear blue lagoon water and Mt. Otemanu in the background.

Fun in the sun

There are a variety of daytime activities in Bora Bora, such as swimming with sharks, fishing, parasailing, or taking a 4×4 off-road tour to explore the island and its rich history. You can also enjoy exciting adventures circling the island by jet ski or flying above it in a helicopter. Bora Bora can be exciting or as laid back as you want. Most resorts can help coordinate an excursion if you do not make arrangements beforehand.

Whether your stay is on a cruise ship passing through French Polynesia or residing in a thatched-roof hut over the lagoon, the main town of Vaitape is close by and is a favorite place to shop for exotic black pearls or wooden tiki’s local to the Society Islands. Bora Bora also has world-famous restaurants, including Bloody Mary’s and the exclusive La Villa Mahana, that are worth checking out.

Overwater bungalow at the Sofitel Private Island resort in Bora Bora.

The Tahitian hospitality is incredibly inviting and kind, but the island vibe is relatively quiet, with no nightlife. So if you’re looking to party, then, unfortunately, this isn’t the destination for you. People come to Bora Bora to escape the city life and relax at the resort spa or on white-sand beaches while unwinding in the sunshine with a tropical cocktail.

One of the most passive yet unique experiences includes enjoying watching the clouds form and then magically disappear over Mt. Otemanu, the tallest peak on the island. The stunning colors and fantastic views make Bora Bora Island so unique and why it attracts visitors worldwide.


Getting Around the Island

There's more to Bora Bora than overwater bungalows and luxury resorts. There are bike, scooter, and car rentals available to explore this beautiful island...

Facts about Bora Bora

Helpful information and facts about Bora Bora island in French Polynesia GEOGRAPHY: Location: Pacific Ocean Area: 29.3 km2 (11.3 sq mi) Highest elevation: 727 m (2,385 ft) Highest Point: Mount Otemanu WEATHER: Dry months: April through October (Winter) Wet months:...

We hope the information here will give you an idea of where to stay, what activities to try, and where to eat. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions. We’re excited about your trip, and who knows, we may even see you there!