Ready to dip into the lagoon of Bora Bora? Your little pirates will be thrilled by this once-in-a-lifetime treasure hunt !
Away boarders ! How about letting your little pirates go on an adventure, long enough to hunt an exceptional treasure, right in the middle of the Pacific ocean? Let your children live their dream life during this unprecedented experience within the lagoon of Bora Bora. Swimming with rays, wandering through coral gardens and getting to learn about the marine species of our ocean. Icing on the cake, they will have to find all our clues if they want to unearth the hidden treasure!
From July to November, get to observe humpback whales in their natural environment, a once-in-a-lifetime experience !
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!
Discover the popular market of Papeete and the iconic island of Bora Bora, indulge yourself in an Overwater Bungalow, feel the magic and lay back...
Enjoy a lively escape with Narii. In addition to a lagoon tour to snorkel in the sublime lagoon of Bora Bora and swim with lemon sharks, enjoy a ride on a motu to observe plants and fruit trees. You will have the opportunity to participate to various workshops to learn polynesian practices. To top it off, an initiation session to the Polynesian canoe outrigger awaits you. Watersports lovers will not be disappointed.
Go around the island with your guide and discover its sites and legends. You will have the opportunity to meet locals and enjoy tasty fruit.
Enjoy a very special time watching the sun go down on one of the most beautiful lagoons in the world from your privatized boat.
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…
Discover all of Bora Bora hidden secrets while staying totally dry aboard a comfortable glass bottomed boat.
Discover the coral nursery of Bora Bora, supervised by a team of marine biologists.