Most of the Bora Bora resorts offer a wide range of free activities, usually including the following:
Kayaking and Outrigger Canoes – Go for a paddle off of your resort's beach around the calm lagoon.
Snorkeling – Bring your own snorkeling gear or use the complimentary gear provided at the resorts. Some resorts even have snorkel excursions with a marine biologist who points out marine life on a guided tour.
Paddle Board – These little water craft have become popular and the Bora Bora resorts have been quick to have paddle boards available for guests to use.
Hobbie Cat Cruises – Look out for the colorful sails of the hobbie cats gliding around the lagoon. Most resorts have them and take guests for complimentary rides with a sailor.
Work Out – Have the best view and the purest Pacific Ocean air to breath while you work out in paradise at your resort's gym.
Cultural Activities – These give insights into local life and are always high on our list of free things to do. In Bora Bora many of the resorts offer a different daily activity such as a demonstration on how to tie your pareo or weave a traditional basket. We suggest that on your first day you make a note of the ones you want to join in with, so that you don't miss out.
At the Intercontinental Thalasso a beach boy attracts the sting rays by feeding them each day.
Le Meridien Bora Bora guests are lucky enough to have a large inner lagoon full of tropical fish and turtles on site! Each morning there's a turtle feeding and those who attend are given a fascinating talk. You can also book to swim with the turtles, along-side the Marine Biologist. If you are not a Le Meridien guest but would like to visit the turtles, you can. Contact the resort to organize your trip across the lagoon on the resort's shuttle boat, for a small fee.
Want a family holiday that caters for every member of the family? The Four Seasons will treat the kids and teens of your family to all day complimentary activities and dedicated kids areas. It looks like so much fun I wish I was still a kid. So if you are a family coming to Bora Bora, consider the Four Seasons Resort.
Sep 29, 19 03:58 AM
Hi, We are taking a catamaran trip out of Raitea in July. We are hoping to spend a couple of nights in Bora Bora before boarding the Catamaran. The catamaran
Aug 29, 19 03:24 AM
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Jul 04, 19 07:36 AM
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