Bora Bora

Bora Bora, The Romantic Island
Under a one hour flight from the island of Tahiti or Moorea, the island of Bora Bora, with a lagoon resembling an artist's palette of blues and greens, is love at first sight. Romantics from around the world have laid claim to this island where the castle-like Mount Otemanu pierces the sky. Lush tropical slopes and valleys blossom with hibiscus, while palm-covered motu circle the illuminated lagoon like a delicate necklace. Perfect white-sand beaches give way to emerald waters where colored fish animate the coral gardens as they greet the giant manta rays. This could be easily be described as the center of the romantic universe, where luxury resorts and spas dot the island with overwater bungalows, thatched roof villas, and fabled ambience. Simply said, Bora Bora is the most beautiful island in the world. Pora Pora - the ancient name, meaning "first born," came from legends describing this as the first island to rise when Taaroa, the supreme god, fished it out of the waters after the mythical creation of Havai'i, now known as Raiatea. Although the first letter "B" does not exist in the Tahitian language, when Captain Cook first heard the name he mistook the softened sound of the Tahitian "P" for "B" and called the island Bola Bola. Some of the most popular activities and sites for visitors include: Lagoon Exploration, Breakfast by Canoe, 4x4 Safaris, Shark and Ray Feeding, Sailing, Diving, Shopping and Dining, Motu Tapu, Matira Beach, one of the world's most famous beaches, Guided hikes to Mount Pahia and Mount Otemanu, Sunset cruise complete with singers and dancers, Exploring the ancient marae temples along the coast, Horseback riding, The Lagoonarium and discovering World War II relics. Truly, the most romantic island in the world. From the dramatic scenery to the privacy and amenities of the overwater bungalows, everything in Bora Bora equals a 10 on the romance scale. Resorts have been welcoming couples for over 40 years and their special amenities have been fine tuned to perfection. From sunrise to sunset, each resort has designed their own blend of unique romantic experiences for their guests to choose from.
Bora Bora Nui Resort Suspended between turquoise waters and limitless skies, the Hilton Bora Bora Nui Resort and Spa is nestled in a sacred cove of white sand and majestic lava rock. Protected from the open sea by a string of tiny coral islets, the stunning lagoon is the perfect tropical playground to be explored with your snorkel, or for the perfect getaway enjoy a picnic on the unspoiled private islet Motu Toopua, just five minutes away by boat. This is an unforgettable experience!
Inter Conti Resort & Thalasso Bora Bora is located between the “two hearts” of Motu Piti Aau, a coral island on the barrier reef. The Deep Ocean Spa is the centerpiece, but the resort offers many cultural and recreational activities to fill your days including canoeing, kayaking, snorkeling, stargazing and handicraft demonstrations. Bora Bora airport is located on a remote island, hence our guests need to be transferred by boat to the hotel. Privacy and luxury... Relax in your private villa with views over the lagoon and beyond.


Garden of Eden
Huahine Island, 170km north west of Papeete, is the most traditional of the Society Islands with a large Polynesian population numbering about 5,500. About thirty minutes by plane from the island of Tahiti, Huahine, with its lush forests, untamed landscape, and quaint villages, is one of Polynesia's best-kept secrets. A deep, crystal-clear lagoon surrounds the two islands while magnificent bays and white-sand beaches add drama and solitude to their virtues. Relatively unchanged by the modern world, Huahine offer a slower taste of old Polynesia. With only eight small villages scattered across the island, the few residents welcome visitors with great kindness. Not surprisingly, this fertile world offers rich soil providing the local farmers a bountiful harvest of vanilla, melons, and bananas. Some of the popular activities and sites for visitors include: Circle-Island Tour, Fare Village, Historical Sites, Hawaiki Nui Va'a Canoe Race, diving, snorkeling at the many quiet beaches, Belvedere lookout on Mount Turi overlooking Maroe Bay, the blue-eyed eels of Faie, ancient fish traps of Lake Fauna Nui, vanilla plantations and fruit gardens along the road on both islands, guided walking trips and sail boat charters and motor boat rentals.
Te Tiare Beach Resort is tucked away in a small bay on the secluded sunny west coast of Huahine Island accessible only by boat, and backed by steep tropical mountains. Te Tiare offers the ideal getaway but with easy access to Huahine's tropical wonders. Guests arrive at the overwater reception and restaurant with splendid views facing west of Raiatea and Tahaa.