A Bora Bora proposal, with a backdrop straight out of a great love story, will be a moment to smile about for the rest of your lives! Intoxicating Bora Bora is the island of romance! So if you're planning on asking your beloved to marry you, this is the perfect place to do it.
You have chosen the perfect vacation to propose, now here are some perfect Bora Bora proposal ideas,
in locations that are so romantic, they will cast a spell over her and she won't be able to say no!
The lookout at the top of the Sofitel's Private Island is breathtaking. You walk up steps through exotic tropical gardens to be surprised by enchanting 360 degree views of Bora Bora, the lagoon, and Mt Otemanu. An island-style shelter or a choice of 3 natural wood, viewing platforms with dramatic views could be used to set the scene. Talk with the Sofitel if you want to create a special setting that includes fragrant tropical flowers, champagne, and anything else that enhances the magic moment for you.
Sailing around Mt Otemanu, on the most beautiful lagoon in the world, watching the sun slowly set, is one of the most
romantic Bora Bora moments. If you want intimacy you can have a tour for two with champagne, and even a romantic dinner
can be provided. On a clear night the stars shine brightly in Bora Bora. View your choice of Bora Bora sunset tours here.
Staying in an over water bungalow provides you with a private piece of paradise over the Bora Bora lagoon. To make a big impression choose one with a view to magestic Mt Otemanu. Delight her by popping the question as you sip champagne on your deck, watching the sun set.
Here's a more casual idea for a Bora Bora proposal. If you like simplicity, some of the resorts have hammocks in gorgeous locations on the beach. At the Pearl Beach Resort I love the one looking across an incredibly turquoise lagoon to the Valley of the Kings on Bora Bora Island.
My other favorite is on it's own sandy isle, off the beach, at the Intercontinental Resort and Thalasso Spa. An amazing thing about the stunning beaches at most of the Bora Bora resorts is that there's usually only a few people on them, as guests laze on the decks of their over water bungalows.
The sophisticated Lagoon Restaurant at the St Regis is the most dazzling fine-dining restaurant in Bora Bora. With a mesmerizing view to match! The outside deck would be a very romantic place to propose during cocktails or dessert. Who could say anything but yes?
Take your lover on a private lagoon tour that includes a delicious lunch (with fresh island specialties) prepared especially for you, on a private motu. Linger over lunch with your feet in the water and relax on your own secluded beach overlooking the lagoon and Bora Bora Island. You will be sure to find the right moment to ask.
The best Bora Bora resorts are able to arrange intimate romantic moments for you, either privately in your bungalow, or in a special location around the resort.
Now you have inspirational ideas for places to pop the question in Bora Bora they may influence your decision on which resort to stay at. If you are planning on making your Bora Bora proposal at your resort, choose one of the luxury Bora Bora resorts.
Don't let us tell you how to propose in Bora Bora. The exotic tropical infusion of lush beauty, island scents, and warm air, may create a moment of such intimacy that you look into her eyes and know it's the time. Your sincerity and spontaneity will touch her heart. If this happens we would love to hear your Bora Bora proposal story.
Did your lover propose to you in Bora Bora? Did you see a beautiful proposal while you were in Bora Bora or have a dream place you would like to be proposed to in Bora Bora?
Jul 21, 17 10:12 PM
Looking for a decent place where you pay less than $45 per person for breakfast? Bora Bora Island Guide's response Hi, There are many lunch and Dinner
Jul 21, 17 01:15 AM
Hi, I am going to Bora Bora in about 8 months and I was wondering, do I need a passport to enter? Bora Bora Island Guide's response Hi Tori, Yes you
Jul 20, 17 07:59 PM
Hello, My wife and I are visiting Bora Bora on a cruise ship on 6 February 2017. We are just there for one day and have decided to do a 4x4 trip around