Lagoon Tours

by Blair
(Salt Lake City, Utah)



I was interested in the boat/beach tour described by Lagoon Tours (Morana). How do I contact him?

I am coming in on a cruise ship Nov 1 - Nov 2. Are there any resorts that allow non-guests to use there beaches/facilities on a day-use basis?

If I just wanted to go to Matira beach, are there taxis buses to get there and back?

Bora Bora Island Guide's response:
Hi Blake,

If you want to take Marona's tour, it is now called 'Lagoon Service'. You can contact them via their website Lagoon Service.

The Hilton allows guests to use their facilities for the day, if arranged in advance.

There will be plenty of Taxis around on the day that your cruise ship is in port. When a cruise is in Bora Bora, the whole island is a buzz from the excitement.

Matira beach is a short trip from the cruise dock, so is easy to get to. You will have time to do a tour in the morning and then spend the afternoon relaxing at Matira beach, which would be my suggestion for making the most of your day in Bora Bora. If you simply visit Matira beach, you won't get to experience Bora Bora's amazing lagoon! So try to do both.

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