Matira Beach is the largest public access beach in Bora Bora making it extremely popular with visitors. The water is crystal-clear and the sand is soft and downy.
If you have too much sand between your toes and saltwater in your eyes, or you just need a break from your resort, consider exploring the island on four wheels.
On a small islet just east of the main island and directly across from the Sofitel Bora Bora Marara Beach Resort, you'll find a gorgeous coral reef.
Bora Bora is a boater's dream – whether it be sailboats, glass-bottom boats, speedboats, kayaks, Jet Skis or more, the island has it all.
Thanks to the crystal-clear waters that surround Bora Bora, it's easy to spot the wildlife that inhabits the region. For an up-close encounter.
The Bora Bora Lagoonarium is a natural aquarium on a small motu (island), just east of the main island.
Mount Otemanu is one of two peaks of an extinct volcano located at the center of the island. Rising 2,400-some feet above the lagoon.
You didn't come here to sample the city life. But Bora Bora's main town on the west coast of the island is worth a few hours of your.
This place is located right in the LeMeridien hotel - it was right a stones throw from our beachfront private bungalow.
Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora offers a holistic, award-winning spa featuring luxury massages, facials and more with local island ingredients.