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Bora Bora, French Polynesia Cruise Port

Located within the Leeward group of the Society Islands archipelago of French Polynesia is the tiny and beautiful island of Bora Bora. Covering an area of only around 40 kilometres squared and with a population of less than 9000, the island is a particularly secluded paradise. This spectacular cruise destination has so much to offer visitors, including a selection of astounding scenery, from the tranquil lagoon and serene beaches that surround the island, to the quaint villages nestled between the lush fields and forests. Bora Bora's peaceful ambience and friendly atmosphere, combined with the region's wonderfully warm climate, attracts visitors from across the world to experience the island for themselves. Bora Bora has been described as the most beautiful place in the world and upon arrival, it is easy to see why.

Sightseeing in Bora Bora

A wide range of excursions and activities are available to visitors across the island of Bora Bora. Tourists can try their hand at fantastic range of water sports along the island's stunning coastline including swimming, snorkelling, kite-boarding, jet skiing and sailing as well the chance to explore a range of superb scuba diving sites with professional local diving companies such as TopDive Scuba and Nemo World Scuba. For inexperienced divers and children over eight years of age, the Aquasafari is a fantastic option, allowing guests to view a fabulous variety of marine life without needing to earn a registered diving license. On land, Jeep Tours of the island can be arranged, transporting guests around Bora Bora to view the most inspiring scenery in the region. For those people with an interest in military history, these tours may include stops at ancient Polynesian ruins and relics from the Second World War. Other exciting excursion possibilities include:

Mount Pahia and Mount Otemanu

The twin peaked mountains of Bora Bora are a breath-taking sight, surrounded by lush forests and incredible wildlife, which makes a trip to the summit an essential part of any stay on the island. It is possible to reach the top on foot, but local Jeep Tours can transport guests to the peak conveniently.

Bora Bora Lagoonarium

This fantastic attraction allows visitors to get up close to a range of marine wildlife including sharks, sting rays, turtles and tropical fish with an expert diver as a guide. For people who do not wish to dive, there are small submarine tours available.

Shopping in Bora Bora

The island is home to several useful shops and stores in which visitors can buy any essential amenities, such as groceries or sun cream. The best place to find commercial shopping areas is in the Vaitape district of Bora Bora. The island is famous for its Black Pearls, which are native to the region and highly sought after across the world.

Eating out in Bora Bora

A selection of excellent cafes and restaurants can be found across Bora Bora, serving a variety of dishes from authentic French and Tahitian cuisine to quick and easy tasty snacks. The majority of eateries in the area offer outstanding views across the island, peaceful ambience and high quality service.

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