Rent a 17ft Cap Camarat with its captain for up to 4 people.
The Cap Camarat is a great boat rental for either a romantic excursion, or a small group looking some fun!
Here are some ideas for discovering the lagoon with your Cap Camarat…
During your boat tour through the lagoon, you may choose to make several stops to experience first hand Bora Bora’s famous lagoon. Seek for the fabulous stingrays of the lagoon. If you are lucky, the black tip sharks will swim gracefully underwater around them. Swimming with the gentle black tip reef sharks of the lagoon is another unforgettable experience.
A snorkeling stop at the majestic coral gardens will put you floating amongst hundreds of tropical fish.
What if you were offered the half-board plan so that you could make the most of every single island from the Matai resorts?
Simplicity at its finest! The sweet lifestyle of the Society islands with the pristine lagoons of Maupiti and Bora Bora as a bonus.
You have always dreamt of losing yourself in the blue of the ocean? Put your scuba tank and dive into Fakarava's wall of sharks and the famous Tiputa pass!
What a better way to discover the island Bora Bora than a boat tour iver the lagoon?
Rent a 17-feet Cap Camarat boat with its captain to fish in the lagoon (up to 4 people). You will be looking for trevallies, small barracudas, lagoon bonitos, garfishes and groupers, among other species.
Well-known for its dishes based on both local and international influences, The Bloody Mary's is a great place to have dinner and sip a refreshing cocktail at the end of the day…
Is there anything more romantic than a private sunset cruise on Bora Bora’s lagoon craddled by the notes of a traditional ukulele while admiring the beauty of “The Pearl of the Pacific”.
Between land and sea, surrounded by lush vegetation and a turquoise lagoon, discover Bora Bora while having fun and enjoy a tasty lunch in a renowned restaurant of the island.
Discover the wonderful scuba diving sites of French Polynesia and dive into the depths of Bora Bora. The island’s beautiful marine life awaits you.