Bora Bora Attractions & Tours (3)
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Bora Bora Snorkel, Sharkfeeding and Lagoonarium Full-Day Tour including Picnic Lunch[Category: Water Sports]
A snorkeler's delight! Travel by motorized canoe through the pristine clear waters of Bora Bora and encounter some of the marine life; sharks, rays, turtles and schools of tropical colored fish. Enjoy a scrumptious picnic lunch while admiring the beautiful scenery, from dazzling white beaches to the majestic mountains that Bora Bora so splendidly affords.
Board an outrigger canoe for an amazing excursion across the blue lagoon of Bora Bora. Bora Bora offers to the eyes an incomparable range of lights and colors. You will make a complete circle island tour to admire the superb views.
Your Bora Bora tour continues with a dive near the reef, where you will have one of the most exciting experience of your life. A guide will attract black tipped reef sharks with baits. At four to five feet in length, these sharks prove quite harmless as your guide feeds them with their bare hands. Watch the show from the boat or from the water, it is really an experience you won't soon forget.
You will then disembark on a private "motu" (islet) where the Lagoonarium is located. In a natural environment of the lagoon, the Lagoonarium offers the opportunity to swim in three separate enclosed pools and enjoy close encounters with marine life (sharks, rays, jackfish, turtles, parrot-fish). You'll be guided by natives who will show you how to approach and handle the marine life. Schools of tamed fish can be fed by hand. Enjoy a picnic lunch at the Lagoonarium.
You'll have plenty of free time to snokel from the beach on the private islet. Enjoy an incredible array of marine life, beautiful sandy beach and a wonderful mountainous backdrop.
After snorkeling, fresh fruit will be served and you can relax on the beach before returning back to your Bora Bora hotel.
Bora Bora Snorkel, Shark and Ray Feeding Excursion[Category: Water Sports]
Experience the thrill of watching the reef sharks and rays being fed by hand. Board a motorized outrigger canoe, and depart for a memorable experience in the blue lagoon of Bora Bora. Encounter Black Tip Reef Sharks and discover the wonders of the underwater world of the "Lagoon of Bora Bora" by snorkeling near the barrier reef.
You'll will encounter the famous Black-tip Reef Sharks of Bora Bora. Your guide will jump in the water to attract and feed the reef sharks with their bare handss. You may watch this show either underwater or from the boat. Watch this fascinating and unique experience through your snorkel mask.
If weather permits it, you may discover the wonders of the underwater world of the lagoon of Bora Bora by snorkeling near the barrier reef. Discover the Coral Garden, an amazing natural underwater park where all sort of colorful fish are found. Bora Bora's marine fauna is very rich with nearly 700 species of tropical fish.
Continue your excursion around the island of Bora Bora before returning to your hotel.
Bora Bora Circle Island Le Truck Tour[Category: Tours & Sightseeing]
Enjoy a two-hour tour around one of the most beautiful islands of Tahiti, Bora Bora. See all the points of interest, both scenic and historic. Begin on the East Coast of Bora Bora, and make your way around to the west coast by crossing over the isthmus of Taravao where the big island is joined to its peninsula. Your day will be filled with cultural, natural and historical sights.
Take a narrated drive on the "Le Truck" along the 22 mile road that circles this legendary island. Drive pass Farepiti, Faanui, and Anau with their mysterious maraes and wonder at the American naval guns that serve as reminders of the South Pacific's part in World War II.
As you continue, you'll discover Paopao Point and Matira Point with their spectacular views. The road continues and takes you past groves of coconut palms and tiny villages hugging the shoreline.
During ancient times, maraes were open-air temples. Constructed of several tiers of stone and coral, they recall a time when Polynesian gods and idols were worshiped. Religion is still an important part of the Bora Bora island life. But today, half of the population of French Polynesia is Protestant.
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