It is a pleasure for us to be able to connect our readers with Bora Bora businesses which have helped make one or more of our Bora Bora vacations memorable. In the nicest possible way!
Visiting Tahiti is a once in a lifetime experience for most travelers. The team at BoraBoraIslandGuide.com strives to provide practical information on how to make dream Bora Bora vacations come true. To help support our efforts we invite sponsorship from those in the Tahiti tourism industry who provide goods or services which we can proudly recommend.
Reviews and opinions on this site reflect our experiences and have been written independently from sponsorship. They were formed before deciding to accept a sponsor. Each of the providers selected is one of our esteemed favorites.
A prominent presence in the right column makes it easy for sponsors valuable services to come to the attention of site visitors. We are thrilled to introduce these businesses as we believe you will be delighted with what they offer.
If BoraBoraIslandGuide.com has assisted you in planning your dream Tahiti vacation, please include our sponsors in your holiday. You will be glad that you did!
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We accept sponsorship from those in the Tahiti tourism industry who share our goals and values. This is a win-win situation for everyone as it facilitates our ability to assist people in planning, and contributes to making vacations amazing when visitors arrive in beautiful Bora Bora.
Sep 21, 17 08:41 AM
Imagine spending every month of next year in Bora Bora...With the 2018 Bora Bora calendar you can enjoy the ambiance of the world's most beautiful white-sand beaches and turquoise lagoon, all year.
Sep 18, 17 01:09 AM
Take a look inside the brand new, Conrad Bora Bora Nui Overwater Villas.
Sep 16, 17 04:17 AM
Two years ago my husband and I took a tour to swim with the rays and sharks and enjoy a meal on a Motu afterwards with a guide named Patrick. I believe