4WD tour

by Martina Gödel
(Germany)

Dear Sir or Madame,

how many people fit in the 4WD tour car?
How many cars/ how many people do usually participate a 4WD half day tour?

Thank you very much

Kind regards,
Martina Gödel

Bora Bora Island Guide's response:

Hi Martina,
The 4WD tours in Bora Bora can take up to 9 passengers per vehicle. Each Vehicle will take the tour separate to other vehicles, however you can encounter situations where more than one vehicle stops at a point of interest at the same time.

If it is a busy day in Bora Bora, like a day a cruise ship is in port, you are more likely to have full vehicles and multiple vehicles on the road.

Many of the look-out points that the tours stop are on private roads, so your tour route will depend on the roads and land that your 4WD tour company has permission to enter. We really enjoyed our tour with Tupuna Tours on our last trip to Bora Bora.

We hope you have a wonderful time in Bora Bora!

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