BORA BORA PRESENTED BY: CASSONDRA BECK
INDULGE IN A MEMORY OF A LIFETIME • WARM WEATHER • PRIVATE BUNGALOWS • CLEAR WATERS • SNORKELING • SWIMMING • FULL SPA • FITNESS CENTER • TROPICAL BEVERAGES • CHEF INSPIRED CRUSINES
Bathe in Luxury,The bathroom, which opens onto a wooden deck, features a double vanity, an oversized tub and a separate shower. Your Office Tend to business (if you must) with a multi-line phone, voicemail, wired and wireless Internet, a plasma screen TV, built-in safe and fully stocked private bar. White Sand Come home to an over-water bungalow that features expansive views of the Resort’s white-sand beach.
EXPERIENCE EXQUISITE DINING • AriiMoana is a romantic and elegant setting for dinner and dessert • Tere Nui offers farm-fresh breakfasts, hearty lunches, and weekly themed dinners, including popular Grill and Mediterranean nights • FaréHoa Beach Bar allows you to unwind with a tropical cocktail in a relaxing beachside setting next to the main pool. • Sunset Restaurant & Bar is a casual indoor lounge seating, over-water terrace seating, and an interactive bar area makes an idyllic spot for social gatherings.
EXPERIENCE THE SPA…AHHH • MASSAGES • FACIAL TREATMENTS • BODY TREATMENTS • HAND AND FOOT TREATMENTS • YOGA
ACTIVITIES • Circle the island by Wave Runner • Tennis • Kayak, Paddle Boat and Stand-up Paddle Board • Shark and Bat Ray Feeding • Snorkeling • Windsurfing • Scuba diving • Beach Volleyball and Badminton • Shop in the town
Things to know for your visit • Transportation- Bora Bora is served by Air Tahiti • Resort transport is either by private motorboats from the airport operated by some of the luxury resorts or by shuttle from Vaitape. • Bora Bora has few taxis and operates the public transit systems, the roads can be explored through hired excursion or rental car while the lagoon can be navigated by motorboat and outrigger canoe. Helicopters can also be hired for island tours.
More information to know • Weather is great any time of year in Bora Bora, choose to travel when it is convenient for you. For example, in February the temperature is average of 30 degrees Celsius, converting to 86 degrees Fahrenheit • Time is 3 hours behind the U.S. • Languages spoken are French, Tahitian, and English • Currency is French Pacific Franc (abbreviated CFP Franc or simply XPF) The CFP Franc currency exchange rate is fixed with the Euro: 1 Euro = 119.26 CFP. Most major resorts will accept Euros and U.S. Dollars for resort services.
Local Customs and Barriers • The pace of the people of Bora Bora is slow and relaxed and they live by the philosophy, “aita pea pea,” which means “not to worry.” • Ancient folklore influences the traditional song and dance of the island’s people and they love to share these celebrations with visitors • Barriers- none! You are coming here to relax and rejuvenate, so don’t worry, be happy • Tipping the waiter or hotel host is not expected
Terrorism and Safety • There is almost little to none in terrorism and safety on the island • There is very little water pollution • A visa is not required for your stay but a valid passport of 6 months is required • Visitors are not likely searched by customs • Tap water is safe to drink • There are no snakes, poisonous spiders or any land critters that can hurt or sting you. • You do not need immunization shots before vacationing