Updated on: September 10, 2019
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.
Information on Bora Bora
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.
Top Things to Do in Bora Bora
The magical island typically calls for a lot of relaxation and cuddling while on honeymoon. But the picturesque island, surrounded by clear blue waters, invites for an adventurous twist on your honeymoon as well. The best things to do in Bora Bora during your honeymoon include:
- Scuba diving
- Sunset cruises
- Romantic dinners on the beach
- Whale and dolphin watching
- Mountain climbing and nature walks of Mount Pahia
- ATV tour
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.
Bora Bora Weather
Generally, the weather remains at 80 degrees fahrenheit (26 degrees Celsius) in Bora Bora.
How to Get 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.