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Bora Bora

Itinerary Inspiration

Called "The Romantic Island," Bora Bora is known for its lush tropical beauty, sparkling turquoise lagoons and French Polynesian culture. Spend your sun-soaked days, exploring its pristine rainforests by foot or on a rugged Jeep tour. Snorkel in the Coral Gardens, observe shark and stingray feedings or admire the marine life at a local lagoonarium. Peruse the local shops and shimmering white sand beaches in Matira Point. Hike up the peak of an extinct volcano on Mount Otemanu. Bora Bora is a place of luxury and wilderness and it's sure to leave you with memories you'll remember forever.

Things You Should Know

Time Zone: UTC - 10 hours (no DST)
Official Language: Tahitian and French
Other Languages: English (tourism industries)
Currency: French Pacific Franc
Entry Requirements: Valid passport, proof of a return ticket and funds for a planned stay
Best Times to Visit: May through October

Bora Bora Honeymoons

Bora Bora is truly a tropical oasis for honeymooners. From all-inclusive Bora Bora honeymoon packages to special indulgences, you can enjoy unique experiences on your honeymoon. Gaze at the sunrise from the private balcony of your overwater bungalow or from the deck of a sunset cruise ship. Pamper yourself at one of the many island resorts and indulge in holistic spa treatments, gourmet cuisine and enticing activities.

Destination Weddings on Bora Bora

Exchange your vows in a fragrant tropical garden, on a cliff overlooking the emerald lagoon or at a world-class beach resort. After your wedding ceremony, celebrate with a lively reception or pop of champagne in your suite. The resorts on Bora Bora offer an array of wedding packages with professional wedding coordinators and planners who will assist you with all of your special requests.

Weather & Climate

Enjoy the warm, tropical climate of Bora Bora. The average temperature is 78 F and the average water temperature remains in the low 80s. Bora Bora's rainy season lasts from November to April, with December being the wettest month. However, with warm tropical breezes by day and romantic starlit skies by night, this French Polynesian island a year-round paradise.