Hilton Bora Bora Nui Activities
Here are the Hilton Bora Bora Nui activities, including complimentary activities, resort attractions, organized
excursions and tips on how to get around Bora Bora.
Complimentary Hilton Bora Bora Nui Activities
Snorkel straight From Your Resort's Beach. You can explore large coral heads, and a variety of colorful fish, rays and
octopus, without leaving the resort. The shallow water near the black lava rocks has the most fish. On Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday there's a snorkeling tour which shows the Biorock project which the Hilton Bora Bora Nui Resort is using to culture
coral colonies. It is partially funded by a tariff that is added to all room nights.
Snorkel straight from the beach or your over water bungalow
Loll around the infinity pool and it's casual bar.
Swim or lounge on the beautiful beach. In some places there is abundant coral, enabling you to snorkel close to the beach.
Around the reception area, it's calm, shallow and coral free.
Explore the lagoon on a kayak, paddle board or paddle boat.
Take a hobie cat ride on the lagoon for half an hour in the afternoon. Book with the guys who run the beach fare near the pool.
There are many complimentary activities at the Hilton Bora Bora
Learn how to make the famous Poisson Cru at Tahitian cooking class on Monday or Thursday, 5pm at the Tamure.
Join the Tahitian cocktail class at the Tai'ie'ie Bar on Wednesday or Saturday at 5pm so you can relive your holiday when you go home.
Hilton Bora Bora Nui activities in the evening include live music from 6pm to 10pm in the Upa Upa Bar and the Iriatai on Friday night.
Learn how to tie your pareo like an islander. This demonstration is a 'must'. Catch it on Wednesday or Saturday 3pm at the beach fare (house next to the pool).
Find out more about the Tahitian culture and legends. This is only on at 4pm Friday, near the beach fare.
See a coconut opening demonstration on Sunday at the beach fare.
You can join in with beach volley ball at 10.30am on Monday, Thursday and Friday. Meet at the beach fare.
Hike up the hillside through the tropical gardens to the gym with a view. Although the beautiful grounds of the Hilton
Bora Bora Nui Resort are not as large as some of the other luxury resorts it's a long way from one end to the other, so there's
plenty of room for running. Each day we saw joggers stretching themselves by running up and down the beautiful flower
covered long path which winds
up-hill to the Bora Bora Nui Resort Spa.
Improve your form at billiards in the area near the Upa Upa bar at the Hilton Bora Bora Nui.
For a quiet night, take advantage of the free DVDs available from the front desk. Or bring your own favorites.
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Picnic on a Secluded Tropical Island
This is one of the most exclusive Hilton Bora Bora Nui activities! The resort has the use of a private sandy motu with just a
few rustic picnic tables under palm trees. Regarded as sacred in ancient times, pristine Motu Tapu is available for a private
picnic with snorkeling, kayaking, and a traditional Polynesian feast. You can surprise your sweetheart and arrive by a luxurious
Hilton launch for a delicious champagne lunch of grilled island seafood and fruits.
Hilton Guests can visit sacred Motu Tapu
Dinner On The Beach
If you want to celebrate a special occasion or make a big impression, this may be for you. It's one of the most romantic
Hilton Bora Bora Nui activities! There is a romantic, open fare at the very end of the beach, near the black rock lava stone,
and you can arrange to have your own private dinner served there, with every detail attentively taken care of.
Hilton Bora Bora Nui Resort Spa
Nestled high on the hill, alongside huge, black, lava rocks that emerged at the birth of Bora Bora, the Hina Spa has
magnificent views across the lagoon and ocean. This sacred setting was chosen for the location of the filming of the final
rose-giving ceremony, at the conclusion of 'The Batchelorette', in 2010.
The Hina Spa's "million dollar view"
Treatments are in individual Polynesian villas which look down to the blue water. Here you can enhance your wellbeing,
surrounded by nature. This spa strives to be the 'greenest' it can be and mixes it's own natural products for all of it's
treatments, which are based on Polynesian traditions.
Hilton Bora Bora Nui Activities on Maohi Night
On Tuesday nights from 5pm to 9pm you can learn more about the culture and food of French Polynesia. There's a local craft market, a Polynesian and international buffet and a Polynesian dance show. If you're on the meal plan there's a supplement of 2,600XPF per person to enjoy this feast.
'Must do' Lagoon Excursions
The resort can arrange a variety of day or half day excursions, on land or lagoon, with Bora Bora tour guides. You can also do some research and book the best ones yourself. Tour operators will pick you up from the Nui's dock.
Getting around Bora Bora Island
The Bora Bora Hilton is the easiest motu resort to get to Vaitape from. The Nui has a regular shuttle service to the Robert
Wan pontoon or the Vaitape dock. There are usually taxis waiting at the Vaitape dock. This 15 minute boat ride costs XPF 700
round trip until 6pm. After then it becomes XPF1500. The last shuttle back to the resort is at 11pm.
As you can see, if you want time for just relaxing, there are more Hilton Bora Bora Nui activities than you can do in a week.