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The Bora Bora Diving Packages below include the instructor (1 to 5 divers maximum) and full equipment: tank, regulator, stab/BCD, mask, fins, diving suit, weight belt, as well as round trip transfer from your hotel to the dive site. We recommend no more than 2 dives per day. However, any more than 2 will require Nitrox tank and certification for 3rd and subsequent dives in the same day.

Initiation Dive – Offered by TOPDIVE and Diveasy

Explore the underwater world of the South Pacific in the ideal conditions provided by Bora Bora’s crystal clear lagoon. Several sites are offered for beginners: Anau (the aquarium) or Toopua where you will discover the colorful fish among the coral gardens, spotted eagle rays and clown fish. No experience necessary. Available every day from Le Meridien, InterContinental, Four Seasons, St. Regis, Conrad, and Pearl resorts.

TOPDIVE Initiation Dive

Low Season: From $95 per person
High Season: From $115 per person

TOPDIVE Honeymoon Package

Honeymoon Package includes your Initiation Dives, shell leis, fruit juices, and a video recording of your dive.

Low Season: From $225 per couple
High Season: From $300 per couple

Diveasy Initiation Dive

All Seasons: From $130 per person

Diveasy Honeymoon Package

Honeymoon Package includes your Initiation Dives, a DVD recording of your dive, and a pearl for the couple.

All Seasons: From $475 per couple

Single Dives

1 Dive – Regular or Nitrox

Low Season: From $85
High Season: From $99

2 Tank Dive – Regular or Nitrox

Low Season: From $160
High Season: From $189

TOPDIVE Diving Passes

Passes may be used at all 11 TOPDIVE centers in Tahiti, Moorea, Bora Bora, Rangiroa, Fakarava North & South, Tikehau, as well as Tahiti Iti Diving center located within Tahiti’s peninsula. Nitrox available (at no extra charge) in all top dive centers except Tikehau. All passes may be shared among up to 2 divers and are non-transferable.

6 Dives Pass: From $525 per pass
Extra Dives: From $90 per dive

10 Dives Gold Pass: From $845 per pass
Extra Dives: From $85 per dive

20 Dives Gold Pass: From $1,565 per pass
Extra Dives: From $80 per dive

Water Excursions

One of the best ways to explore this island is by water! There are so many amazing Bora Bora water excursions available it’s difficult to choose just one.

Ultimate Shark and Ray Watching (Full Day with Motu Lunch)

Embark in a small group on a motorized outrigger boat to meet colorful fish, curious stingrays, and friendly sharks. It is to the sound of a ukulele that your Polynesian guide will lead you to a motu where a tasty Tahitian meal of typical dishes is prepared for you. Sit at one of the large common tables and enjoy local entertainment while sipping a cool drink.

From: $187 per person
*Le Meridien guests please add a supplement of $19pp.

Romantic Bora Bora Experience (Full Day with Motu Lunch)

Discover the local fauna of tropical fish, stingrays, black tipped sharks, and all the treasures of the Bora Bora lagoon. Then enjoy a Polynesian barbecue lunch on a beautiful motu while savoring the most amazing view of Mount Otemanu! Relax in the afternoon and enjoy the area as well as local entertainments before returning to your hotel. Sparkling wine and little surprises await you at the end of tour. Available every day except Sunday and public holidays.

From: $235 per person
*Four Seasons, St Regis, and Le Meridien guests please add a supplement of $40pp.

Shark and Ray Snorkeling Safari (Half Day)

Explore Bora Bora’s marine life aboard a comfortable boat and swim among the colorful fish, black tip sharks, and stingrays in their favorite spot: the natural coral gardens of the Bora Bora lagoon. Available Monday through Saturday.

From: $85 per person
*Le Meridien, St Regis, and Four Seasons guests please add a supplement of $39pp

 Pure Snorkeling by Reef Discovery

Depart on this intimate tour of Bora Bora lagoons where you will have the opportunity to visit some of the best locations for snorkeling around the island including an area of beautiful coral gardens and a stop to snorkel with manta and leopard rays. This is one of our top picks on Bora Bora for snorkelers. Available every day.

 From: $125 per person

Dive for Your Own Tahitian Black Pearl

A truly unique and Polynesian experience! You will be transferred to a local pearl company that offers you the opportunity to dive into the lagoon where lines of mature oysters are waiting for you. You may select one oyster which contains a pearl for you to keep.

Two divers: From $186 per person
Single diver: From $372 per person
*Le Meridien guests please add a supplement of $36pp and Four Seasons guests please add a supplement of $43pp.

Aquasafari Helmet Dive (1.5 hours)

Put your feet in the sand…under 20 feet of crystal-clear water! Wearing an underwater helmet to help you breathe, you will be surrounded by colorful coral while friendly tropical fish eat from your hand! This trip is suitable for anyone over 8 years of age. Available every day except Sunday.

From: $109 per person
*Le Meridien guests please add a supplement of $36pp and Four Seasons guests please add a supplement of $65pp.

Sunset Dream Photo Lagoon Tour (1.5 hours)

A romantic rendezvous by boat awaits you! While you tour the lagoon, your guide will share the history and legends of this breathtaking island. Anchoring in front of the setting sun, sip Champagne, and allow your guide to act as your own personal photographer. At the end of the tour, the best 20 photos are yours to keep as mementos of your tour. Available every day except Sundays, December 25, and January 1.

From: $125 per person
*Le Meridien and Four Seasons guests please add a supplement of $12pp. 

4×4 Tour and Snorkeling Safari with Bloody Mary’s Lunch (Full Day)

Ideal for those wishing to explore both the lagoon and the island side of Bora Bora in a single day. Leave for a circle island 4×4 tour through the mountain trails to several view points on the lagoon and the village of Vaitape, without missing the site where you can still see cannons and bunkers, remains of World War II followed by lunch at the famous Bloody Mary’s of Bora Bora. Continue the day with a snorkeling safari in the beautiful lagoon of Bora Bora. Available Monday through Saturday. Available every day except Sunday, and January 1.

From: $190 per person
*Le Meridien, St Regis, and Four Seasons guests please add a supplement of $39pp. Conrad guests will also be charged a supplement which will be estimated at time of booking and collected by the resort upon check-in.

Check out the Land Excursions offered in Bora Bora!


There are a number of land-based Bora Bora tours available for exploring different aspects of the island that are equally as beautiful as its lagoon.

Natura Discovery 4×4 Safari

This tour focuses on the culture and history of the island, visiting local archeological sites. The tour continues with a stop at Mama Ruta’s for a pareo dying demonstration and samples of fresh local fruits. Available every day.

From: $89 per person
*Four Seasons guests please add $39pp supplement, and Le Meridien guests please add $36pp supplement. Conrad guests will pay a supplement onsite at the resort–amount to be confirmed upon booking.

Walk in the Valley of Kings

This ethnobotanical walk will allow you to discover the other treasures of Bora Bora: mountains and rich nature. Your guide will explain how Polynesians use plants in their traditional medicine, before leading you at the foot of Otemanu and Pahi Mountains, where a giant banyan tree is at home among other trees. This full day exploration also includes stops along the valley to enjoy amazing views of the turquoise lagoon. Available every day for all resorts except Four Seasons. Four Seasons guests may take excursion every day except Sunday and public holidays.

Easy Level (Half Day): From $70 per person
Moderate Level (Hike on Ancestors Path – Full Day): From $105 per person
*Le Meridien guests please add $36 per person supplement
*Four Seasons guests please add $65 per party – private boat transfer – supplement

Vavau Sunset 4WD Tour with Champagne (1.5 hours)

Go on a trip around Bora Bora in a 4×4 and take in incredible views of the stunning turquoise lagoon. You will learn about Polynesian culture, history, and legends while stopping at Bora Bora’s main viewpoints. The guide will discuss the island’s culture and history before serving you a glass of Champagne to sip in the sunset. Available every day except December 25 and January 1.

From: $79 per person

 4×4 Tour and Motu Picnic Lunch (Full Day)

You will have the chance to enjoy panoramic views of the Bora Bora lagoon with various stops around the island. Your guide will teach you about the Tiare flower, copra, Mama Ruta’s sarong painting and Bora Bora’s culture, economy, & history. The tour continues with a feet in the water lunch on a private motu followed by demonstrations of pareo tying and coconut demonstrations.

Tour with Barbecue Lunch
Grilled fish and meat (steaks & chicken), Tahitian raw fish with coconut milk served with rice, potatoes, fresh vegetables, and local fruits. Drinks include water, fruit juice, and local beer. Available every day except Monday and Friday.

From $125 per person
*Four Seasons guests please add $39pp supplement, and Le Meridien guests please add $36pp supplement.

Tour with Traditional Feast (Ma’a Tahiti)
The traditional “ma’a Tahiti” cooked in the Tahitian oven. Piglet, chicken with fafa, taro leaves, taro roots, sweet potatoes, yams, Tahitian raw fish with coconut milk. Local dessert of po’e and fresh fruits will also be served. Drinks include water, fruit juice, and local beer. Available Monday and Friday.

From $135 per person
*Four Seasons guests please add $39pp supplement, and Le Meridien guests please add $36pp supplement.


Not only does this island paradise deliver the most beautiful views, you’ll find an incredible assortment of Bora Bora restaurants. Each resort has a great selection of restaurants, true, but there are so many local eateries waiting to be savored! The variety of options range from high-end fine dining to casual burgers and pizzas–catering to a number of budgets and appetites.

Fresh fish display at Bloody Mary's in Bora BoraBloody Mary’s*

Very much a Bora Bora tourist institution, Bloody Mary’s is known the world around for its island-casual ambiance of white sand floors, thatched roof, and coconut stools. The menu includes freshly caught seafood, steak, crab, as well as vegetarian options. Bloody Mary’s is a fun experience not to be missed!

La Villa Mahana

This seven table restaurant is the precious and treasured gem of Bora Bora dining. Owner, Chef Damien Rinaldi Dovio, creates exquisite French inspired/Polynesian infused cuisine served in the intimacy of a Tuscan-like villa. An expensive night out no doubt, but we promise it is well worth the splurge! Reservations are a must as Villa Mahana is often booked months in advance.


Maikai is elegantly hip; combining delectable cuisine with a relaxed and modern ambiance. A favorite of Bora Bora locals and visitors alike, Maikai is brimming with trendy vibes from its happy hour menus, vegetarian options, late night eats, and nightly live music.

Le St James*

Le St James offers a sophisticated experience of amazing service, and artistic cuisine creations displayed against a backdrop of some of the best views of the bay. The menu is distinctly French, with many reverential nods to Tahitian flavors. A superb choice for a romantic dinner, a delectable dessert, or simply enjoying a cocktail while watching the perfect sunset.

LALAGOON Restaurant sunset at Bora Bora St RegisGOON by Jean Georges

This is the St. Regis Bora Bora’s award-winning, exclusive signature restaurant. Prepare yourself for an amazing experience of French and Asian-infused cuisine served against the eloquent backdrop of Mt. Otemanu and crystal lagoon waters.  Reservations recommended.

Le Corail Restaurant

Home at the InterContinental Bora Bora Resort and Thalasso Spa, Le Corail is romantic, intimate, and modernly chic. Enjoy fine French cuisine while overlooking an under-lit lagoon. And, with the largest wine cellar in French Polynesia, it’s the perfect location for an extra special occasion.

Bora Bora Yacht Club

Situated with the best sunset views over the lagoon, this is the perfect location for early evening cocktails. The food is casual and eclectic ranging from burgers and salads to dishes that celebrate authentic Polynesian flavors of fresh seafood, vanilla, curry, coconut, and honey.

Cocktails at Lucky House Fare Manuia, Bora BoraThe Lucky House – Fare Manuia

This delightful, family run eatery is located at Matira Point.  A more casual and hip vibe, The Lucky House is a great choice for a lunch or dinner of local flavors, seafood, cocktails, burgers and around thirty different types of pizza.

Le Matira

An easy stroll along the beach from the InterContinental Le Moana, Le Matira is known for its exquisite sushi and New Zealand beef. They also serve casual snack fare for lunch.

*Ask your Tahiti Specialist about the special, pre-paid dinner packages available for these restaurants.