Practice yoga on a beautiful private island enclosed by blue waters and the majestic Mt. Otemanu of Bora Bora right in front of you.
Whether you are a novice or an expert in this field, unwind during one of our personnalized yoga sessions. Guided by our certified instructors, get to refocus on yourself while communing with nature. The private motu where the session takes place appears to be the most appropriate place for such an activity, as it is located in front of the Otemanu Mount and offers a great white sandy beach, a propitious environment for meditation. Take a deep breath and seize the opportunity to contemplate the marine fauna and flora during a snorkelling session, supervised by experts.
Five islands, an incredible number of underwater species, and the same sense of hospitality. Put your scuba tank and dive into the famous Tiputa pass!
From July to November, observe humpback whales in their natural environment, a once-in-a-lifetime experience!
Some of the most popular diving sites of Polynesia, breathtaking underwater experiences and astonishing resorts where to relax every step of the way.
As the parachute takes you 100 meters up in the air, admire the breathtaking view, floating over the turquoise lagoon.
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.
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…
Take a boat trip to visit the stingrays and sharks of the island and enjoy a free dive at the beautiful coral garden while preserving the aquatic fauna and flora (no feeding of the sharks, rays and the protection of coral).
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.
Discover scuba diving and dive with your instructor in the shallow waters of the gorgeous lagoon of Bora Bora.