All Inclusive Resorts in Bora Bora
When it comes to holiday destinations, there’s nothing better than heading off to an exotic island location like Bora Bora in French Polynesia. Not only can you enjoy a real escape from the usual stress at home but you will be able to enjoy some to the best activities and scenery all in one place. There are a number of luxury Bora Bora resorts and hotels in Bora Bora to choose from. Whether you choose a self-catering or Bora Bora all-inclusive resorts option, you are sure to find accommodation in Bora Bora that will suit your needs and budget.
Popular things to do in Bora Bora
If you have booked your accommodation at Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort or reserved a Bora Bora overwater bungalow, you might be tempted to sleep in late and spend hours admiring the spectacular view. However, it is important to remember that there are so many fun and fascinating activities waiting to be enjoyed!
Matira Beach is the most popular in the area and the perfect place to spend the whole day. Whether you are enjoying your honeymoon or on a family holiday with the kids, the beach is always a great way to relax and absorb the island lifestyle.
Bora Bora Lagoonarium is more than just a simple aquarium. Here, you will have the chance to get up close and interact with a number of fish and sea creatures including large rays. Even if you don’t fancy yourself a top swimmer, many of the water activities take place in shallow waters where you are able to stand. Professionals are nearby at all times to educate and entertain visitors. The impressive Coral Gardens are included in the tour and, sometimes, there are so many fish that you can hardly see the water they are swimming in!
Water sports like jet skiing, parasailing, boat rides, sailing and even sunset cruises are all very popular. The clear waters are perfect for snorkelling and diving too. Popular diving locations include Leopard Rays Trench, White Valley and Tupitipiti Point.
Bora Bora scenic locations and sights
Treat your eyes to an amazing viewing opportunity of the abundant life of the lagoon. There are various boat tours waiting to take you along for the ride. Make sure that you take your camera along and get some of the best photos of underwater life as it glides through the water beneath you.
Mount Otemanu is the remains of an ancient volcano and there are few things more picturesque than the sight of this 2 400 foot giant towering over the shimmering turquoise lagoon waters.
The all inclusive resorts in Bora Bora will quite obviously charge more than some of the other hotels. However, when planning holidays in Bora Bora, it is important to weigh up all your options. When looking for the best hotels in Bora Bora consider how much meals will cost you on a daily basis and compare that amount to what you would spend at some of the Bora Bora all inclusive resorts. Keep an eye out for promotions and special offers especially those reserved for customers who book online to find where to stay in Bora Bora.