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St Regis Bora Bora Day Visit

by Paul
(Brisbane, QLD, Australia)

Hi there,

Thanks for your great website.

In December, we are staying on the main island near Matira. We would like to visit the St Regis Bora Bora, just for lunch. Can you advise how we can get there and what the cost of transport would be? Do we need to buy a "day pass" - how much does that cost?

Thanks for reading.

Bora Bora Island Guide's response

Hi Paul,

Day visits are a great way to experience luxury and see some of the best locations in Bora Bora.

To visit the St Regis you will need to organize this directly with them ahead of time. Some Bora Bora resorts are more welcoming of day visitors than others.

The St Regis always welcomes outside guests to dine at their "Lagoon" restaurant which is open for dinner. So if they are not open to a lunch visit, ask for a dinner reservation at Lagoon, and request if you can have an early arrival on their shuttle service.

Resorts like the St Regis on the outer motus have complete control over who visits the resort as the only way into the resort is on their shuttle boat.

The St Regis will organize transportation for you from their pier in Anau on the eastern side of the main island to their resort and will charge for this. Last time we did this the cost was around 3,000XPF per person return. The St Regis has fewer shuttle services back and forth than all other Bora Bora resorts,so you will have to work in with their schedule.

Take a taxi from where you are staying to the St Regis dock in Anau. It's a reasonably quick taxi trip so shouldn't cost much more than the equivalent of $10USD (1,000XPF).

Other options for day visits are:

The Four Seasons welcomes day visitors to their lovely resort to dine at their Fare Hoa beach-side restaurant.

The Conrad Bora Bora is also a lovely day visit option with great food and a beautiful beach to snorkel from.

We hope you enjoy your trip in Bora Bora!

Kind regards,

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