Exotic Bora Bora offers white beaches, blue, clear waters, watersports, and luxury resorts. The beauty is close to surreal, as if it had been created by an artist’s palette. It is also one of the most expensive honeymoon destinations, guaranteed to provide you with the memories of a lifetime. You will have many choices of accommodations, but the St. Regis Bora Bora probably qualifies as one of the best resorts anywhere. The Four Seasons Bora Bora has a spa that is famous all over the world. The sheer beauty of the island will fill your Bora Bora honeymoon with some added spice. 

Your Bora Bora honeymoon offers you endless activities, from swimming with sharks, snorkeling, scuba diving, sailing, or simply enjoying the most magnificent beaches. Indulge in a romantic lunch or dinner right on the water. provide you with some spectacular vistas of the entire island and beyond. Get pampered at one of the world’s most famous spas.

Turn your Bora Bora honeymoon into an exotic getaway you will remember forever. It is all a fairytale, with you as the prince and princess.

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The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort

Indulge in your tropical wanderlust during your honeymoon with French Polynesian flair at The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort. The exclusive St. Regis Bora Bora Resort is 44-acre resort with elite accommodation offering villas over the crystal waters of the South Pacific, a 13,000 sq ft Miri Miri spa, and Lagoon Restaurant by Jean Georges.

The St. Regis boasts the largest overwater villas in the South Pacific, starting at 1,550 square feet, and revel in the turquoise blue waters visible from the glass panels placed throughout. For ultimate privacy, reserve a secluded beach villa surrounded by lush palms. Each individual villa features unique amenities including spacious terraces with gazebos, whirlpools or plunge pools.

Explore Bora Bora easily from the luxury resort. Sail around the island’s azure waters, or dive under to meet black tip reef sharks and rays up close. After your island adventure, swim in the Lagoonarium, workout in the fitness center, or unwind with a spa treatment. Order a cocktail at the swim-up bar, or sample international and Polynesian-inspired cuisine at our four restaurants. With its beautiful surroundings and refined amenities, the resort is a serene destination for your honeymoon.

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Average Price Range: $1017 to $3582

All Inclusive: No

Adults Only: No

Villas Available: Yes

Number of Rooms: 90

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Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora

Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora is a South Pacific honeymoon paradise, combining the highest standards of service with ultramodern comforts and the natural ease and gracious hospitality of the Polynesian culture. Set upon Bora Bora’s surrounding coral atoll, the Resort is a vast tropical grove, replete with coconut palms and pandanus trees.

Meandering channels of pure turquoise lead to the main beach or to smaller lagoons, waiting to be discovered. Every vista is breathtaking. The Resort offers 108 overwater bungalow suites and seven inclusive beachfront villa estates, all designed with thatched roofs and decorated with indigenous artwork.

Four restaurants offer a vast selection of creative culinary experiences, while the full-service spa is balanced by the powerful rhythms of the Pacific Ocean and the tranquility of the island’s lagoon – offering an unmatched combination of relaxation and exhilaration for your Bora Bora honeymoon.

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Average Price Range: $1039 to $2897

All Inclusive: No

Adults Only: No

Villas Available: Yes

Number of Rooms: 115

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Conrad Bora Bora Nui

Suspended between turquoise waters and limitless skies, Conrad Bora Bora Nui nestles in a sacred cove of white sand and majestic lava rock. Here you will find a sensitive blend of authenticity and luxury – the very best of Polynesian tradition combined with sumptuous comfort for your honeymoon.

Located on a private island – Motu To’opua, honeymooners will experience the longest private stretch of soft white sand beaches nestled between the soaring backdrop of Mount Otemanu and the mesmerizing lagoon. The fully renovated resort boasts a variety of accommodations, from the spacious Lagoon View Suites perfect for honeymooners, to the spectacular overwater villas and extravagant Presidential Villas. Dining options are in abundance and are sure to satisfy your culinary experience with six restaurants and bars.

For the adventurous, there is an array of activities from hiking to swimming with sharks. For a truly unique experience, spend a day at the private islet Motu Tapu, enjoy a picnic prepared by award-winning chefs, sip on Champagne, and take in the serenity.

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Average Price Range: $735 to $1673

All Inclusive: No

Adults Only: No

Villas Available: Yes

Number of Rooms: 114

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Intercontinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa

A sanctuary from today’s fast-paced world, InterContinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa is located between the two hearts of Motu Piti Aau, a coral island on the barrier reef.

With breathtaking vistas, stunning overwater villas and suites, turquoise waters, lush tropical gardens, and an array of cultural and marine activities, the resort will allow you to experience the essence of Bora Bora as a place of deep tranquility. Facing majestic Mount Otemanu, the InterContinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa is your ideal tropical luxury resort to experience a truly unique honeymoon.

The Deep Ocean Spa is the centerpiece, but the resort offers lots of cultural and recreational activities to fill your days including canoeing, kayaking, snorkeling, stargazing and handicraft demonstrations. Glass-bottom cabins connect you to the wonder of marine life that surrounds the resort – where having a relaxing massage comes with a view of colorful fish swimming beneath you.

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Average Price Range: $827 to $1566

All Inclusive: No

Adults Only: No

Villas Available: Yes

Number of Rooms: 80

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Le Meridien Bora Bora

Le Meridien Bora Bora is a luxury resort in Bora Bora, French Polynesia set on an islet surrounded by the most beautiful lagoon in the world and overlooking Mount Otemanu.

Located on an unspoiled tropical beach with no road access and views across Bora Bora Lagoon to Mount Otemanu, Le Méridien offers a secluded honeymoon escape. The grounds include a sea-turtle protection center, infinity-edge pool, and 3 restaurants. Every accommodation is luxurious and romantic, from the beachfront and overwater bungalows, to the suites and villas with private pools on the beach front.

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Average Price Range: $540 to $1284

All Inclusive: No

Adults Only: No

Villas Available: Yes

Number of Rooms: 99

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Sofitel Private Island Bora Bora

Overlooking one of the most beautiful lagoons in the world, Sofitel Bora Bora Private Island is located in the heart of the exceptional Matira Bay, nestled on a private islet facing the main island of Bora Bora. A secret hideaway where you can enjoy a peaceful and romantic retreat, regenerate yourself and savour the exquisite feeling of being at home on your own private island. This boutique hotel is emphasizing privacy and intimacy to create a unique experience in the heart of native vegetation surrounded by turquoise water and beautiful coral gardens.

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Average Price Range: $419 to $1160

All Inclusive: No

Adults Only: No

Villas Available: Yes

Number of Rooms: 31

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InterContinental Bora Bora Le Moana Resort

In the calm embrace of nature, immersed in the relaxed Polynesian way of life, the InterContinental Bora Bora Le Moana Resort will give you an unforgettable tropical honeymoon. The resort is located to the south side of the main island, at the famous Matira point, considered as one of the most beautiful beach in the world.

Enjoy meals at one of two restaurants or Let the organize dinner for you on the beachfront or at the end of the pontoon. Stylish overwater bungalows stretch out over the lagoon, with the peaks of Otemanu and Pahia rising up in the distance – the perfect romantic destination for honeymooners seeking an exotic getaway.

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Average Price Range: $640 to $1215

All Inclusive: No

Adults Only: No

Villas Available: Yes

Number of Rooms: 62

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Villa Rea Hanaa

A romantic getaway awaits in this boutique hotel. Originally a residence of artist Garrick Yrondi, this unusual accommodation enjoys stunning views of Mount Otemanu while at its feet lies the Bora Bora lagoon. This unusual residence offers many surprises, including a magnificent terrace to enjoy sunbathing, an art gallery, and a refreshing pool. With only a handful of rooms, you are sure to have a romantic getaway at the Villa Rea Hanaa.

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Average Price Range: $130 to $345

All Inclusive: No

Adults Only: Yes

Villas Available: No

Number of Rooms: 5

About Bora Bora

The resorts in Bora Bora offer celebrity-like luxury at discounted prices, and offer a magical touch, like French champagne waiting in your rooms, you need for your unforgettable honeymoon. These little gifts of love every day make you feel so special, married, and will enhance your love.

What makes Bora Bora a distinct honeymoon destination is its exclusivity. You will be lucky enough to find yourself all alone on the beach, reserve private dinners, and hide away in private overwater bungalows.

Bora Bora is situated 140 miles northwest of Tahiti, enfolded in the Society Leeward group of Islands in French Polynesia. Bora Bora is a volcanic mountain island surrounded by a brilliant blue lagoon, strings of coral reefs, and stunning islets.

Polynesian culture still widely prevails in Bora Bora and recent revivals have been made in the traditional music and art. The spectacular history adds to Bora Bora’s calm atmosphere and vibrant nightlife entertainment.

The infusion of different traditions and cultures expand the culinary offerings in Bora Bora. The cuisine fuzes of South Pacific traditional cooking combined with Japanese, Italian, and French flavors.

Bora Bora is set on a breathtaking lagoon that reflects every possible shade of blue. It is an hour’s flight away from Tahiti. The beaches are lined with coconut trees, and the waters are filled with fish of every color in the rainbow. The island is an artist painting come to life.

The center of Bora Bora is Mount Otemanu. It used to be an active volcano; now, it is the tallest point on the island, ascending to 727 meters. Climbing the mountain will provide you with some incredible sights and wonderful photo opportunities, especially if you are there at dawn or dusk. An ancient king is buried on the mountain’s south side, and the walls of what was a temple in his honor can be seen. Some say his spirit still rules Mount Otemanu.

Bora Bora is famous for its overwater bungalows. Your room or suite rests suspended over the clear water beneath. You can catch the sunrise sipping coffee from your own deck or enjoy an after-dinner cocktail and watch the sun settle over the horizon. Jump into the water any time. It’s your Bora Bora honeymoon exactly your way.

A particular favorite of the overwater bungalows are the ones with a glass floor. Imagine relaxing in your living room or bedroom and watching the fish and other marine life below. Or you can watch – and photograph – your spouse swimming alongside them. This type of almost-hypnotic enjoyment isn’t necessarily inexpensive. Such bungalows will be among the costliest accommodations available on Bora Bora. However, you are making forever memories. If you are unable to rent a glass-bottomed overwater bungalow for your entire Bora Bora honeymoon, perhaps you can do it for a few days. It’s a unique experience you don’t want to miss. 

If you came to Bora Bora, it is undoubtedly for its incomparable beaches. Besides, the island doesn’t have many urban areas to explore. However, you may want to visit its main city (the island does not have a capital) of Vaitape, a village with a population of 5,000. There are restaurants, shops, a medical facility, and a gas station. The village is alive on Sunday mornings, when sellers open their stalls and sell every type of food. 

Sibani Perle is a Vaitape jeweler specializing in precious black pearl jewelry. These rare black pearls come from oysters living only around the Polynesian waters. There are other shops in the village for souvenirs to bring back home. While you’re in Vaitape, visit the Bora Bora Yacht Club and revel in the perfect oceanside meal. 

While there is no such thing as a bad beach on Bora Bora, its Matira Beach has been called one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. And it has earned that sobriquet. There is exquisite beauty as far as the eye can see. Matira Beach has turned into an extremely popular wedding destination as it simply exudes romance. If you are honeymooning in paradise, why not get married there, as well? There are several nearby restaurants that can serve as a post-wedding reception venue.

Best Time to Visit Bora Bora

January, November and April are the best times to honeymoon in Bora Bora. These are the months of fine, shoulder seasons in Bora Bora with the temperatures ranging between mid 70s °F (24°C) to mid 80s °F (29°C). 

May to October are the peak seasons in Bora Bora with minimal rain showers, making it the most tourists populated months of the year. December to March remains the low season as there are frequent showers and more mosquitoes.

Any visit to Bora Bora is a spiritual holiday, but you may wish to coordinate your Bora Bora honeymoon with some of its local festivals.

There are Chinese living on Bora Bora, and they celebrate the traditional Chinese New Year in February. In Vaitape, you can enjoy the traditional Dragons Dance with fireworks. 

We know Bora Bora has unparalleled beauty. In April, it is the citizens who compete in the local beauty contest to name Miss and Mister Bora Bora. They both get judged on their looks in a competition in Vaitape’s city hall. Come watch and pick your favorites.

The Tahiti Pearl Regatta takes place for five days throughout the Tahitian islands, including Bora Bora, at the end of May. This is the largest boat race in the South Pacific and includes every type of boat, from yachts, catamarans, and canoes. Anyone can participate. This is an important event, with 40 teams competing in the most breathtaking waters anywhere. 

Those on the shores cheering their favorites engage in genuine Polynesian festivities on the beach, with fire jugglers, parties, and dances.

Bora Bora celebrates Heiva throughout the month of June. The festivities hark back to the 1800 hundreds, when the missionaries banned all dancing. This was subsequently updated to any behavior that failed to meet Victorian standards. The citizens of Bora Bora were finally freed of these restrictions in 1908 and have been celebrating with dancing and singing during Heiva ever since. It’s an outstanding party enjoyed by everyone. Join in!

Visit the Village de Noël in Vaitape from December 11th through 14th. There are holiday and other local crafts for sale, with the festivities ending with a Parade de Noël on the Saturday before Christmas

Top Things to do in Bora Bora

Sunset Cruise

Picture it: the flawless Bora Bora lagoon, the setting sun, a boat, your loved one, and dinner. What could be more romantic, especially during a private cruise? There are a variety of cruises available, but it’s hard to beat a two-hour sunset dinner cruise as a once-in-a-lifetime experience. 

Exploring Coral Gardens

You will find a fantastic coral reef near the Sofitel Bora Bora Marara Beach Resort that cries out to be explored. You are likely to encounter sharks and sting rays, which is why most visitors recommended diving with a group.

Shark and Stingray Feeding

Sharks get hungry, too. The clear waters of Bora Bora make it easy to join the local marine life for a feeding. Several tours offer close encounters with sharks and stingrays and allow you to feed them. If you are uncomfortable getting that close, there are plenty of friendly marine swimmers with whom you can interact. Truth is, there is little reason to worry. The sharks aren’t large, and the stingrays won’t bother you.

Turtle Center

The Turtle Center takes care of and places turtles back into the wild. A tour of the center will provide you with information about turtles, their natural habitat, and their behavior.

Dinner on the Beach

The beaches in Bora Bora are sublime. Can there be any more exhilarating than sharing a private romantic dinner by these crystal waters? While on your Bora Bora honeymoon, you will find the best dinners on the beach can be enjoyed at the Four Seasons Resort, which overlooks both the water and Mt. Otemanu, and the beach at the St. Regis. Let romance blossom under the stars.

Bora Bora Aerial Tours

If Bora Bora on the ground is one of the most impressive sights, seeing it from the air on a charter flight is an amazing and unforgettable encounter. Soar high over the Polynesian Islands in a Cessna 208. You will land for lunch on the beach before continuing. Helicopter tours are available, as well. Start your life together on a high note. 

ATV Tour of Bora Bora

An ATV Tour is a fun way of roughing it on this peaceful island. Spend three hours exploring the sights of Bora Bora, including Vaitape, stop to sample some local fruits, and head to Matira Beach and the famed Bloody Mary Restaurant for a meal.

Bloody Mary

Bora Bora doesn’t have a roaring nightlife. It does not need one. It does have Bloody Mary, the most famous restaurant and bar on the island. The fish at lunch and dinner is fresh and mouthwatering. There is a Happy Hour and drinks well into the evening. It’s a great place to just relax over a few drinks. Many celebrities come here, and who knows who you might run into.

Weather in Bora Bora

The weather in paradise is great, if sometimes a bit rainy. The year can be divided into dry and wet seasons, although the water is inviting throughout the entire year. The dry season lasts from October through April, with temperatures in the comfortable mid-80s. This is also when you will pay the highest prices for accommodations.

Although Bora Bora is in the tropics, the temperature is not extreme. This is mostly due to the Pacific Ocean breeze and the trade winds. There is no big variance between daytime and nighttime temperatures.

Getting to Bora Bora

The journey to Bora Bora is relatively easy since it is a heavily visited zone, mainly because it is a tourist destination. 

You first need to fly to French Polynesia’s only international airport, Tahiti’s FAA International Airport. Bora Bora then lies at a distance of 140 miles (225 km) from Tahiti.

You can fly to Motu Mete, Bora Bora from Tahiti’s airport. Motu Mete, a northern islet of the main island of Bora Bora, is where the airport is situated. From there on, you will be required to further travel by boat to reach your resort, which will be situated around the smaller islands. Many resorts offer shuttles from Motu Mete.

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