See the beautiful sights and crystal clear waters of Bora Bora with your family. This island can be a great destination to bring children as the whole family can combine learning with some well deserved relaxation.
Address: Bora Bora, Vaitape 98730, French Polynesia
Phone: (689) 87 78 27 37
Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday: Departs at 10:00 am
Admission: $50 per person
Discover the beautiful underwater world of Bora Bora on this Glass Bottom Boat Tour. This tour is perfect for non-snorkelers and families with young children. The comfortable 33-foot boat glides over vibrant multicolored coral and exotic fish. Make sure to bring your camera, the scenery is breathtaking. The boat travels through a beautiful lagoon surrounded by the majestic mountains of central Bora Bora. The whole family will enjoy this unique experience.
Address: Le Méridien Bora Bora, 98730 Vaitape, French Polynesia
Phone: 689 40 60 51 51
Admission: $100 to swim with the turtles, $65 to attend turtle feeding (10:30 am)
Bora Bora Turtle Center is located in a private lagoon in Le Meridien Hotel. The center protects and cares for marine turtles. The center has several fun activities and educational programs to raise awareness about the protection of marine turtles and their environment. Visitors can view spectacular turtles, fish and coral in the underwater observatory. The educational aquariums allow children to discover hidden treasures of coral habitats, such as fish larvae and invertebrates. Young visitors will enjoy interacting with the animals in the touch pool. Visitors can swim with the turtles for an even more amazing experience.
Address: Matira, Bora Bora 98730
Hours: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Admission: $300 to dive
The Bora Pearl Company produces beautiful jewelry from Polynesia’s precious pearls. Learn how these unique pearls are created and watch talented jewelers create a special piece of Tahitian pearl jewelry made just for you. You also have the option to dive for your very own pearl. There is a fee for this activity, but divers are guaranteed a peal of the same value. Many of the pearls are worth more than the fee, some up to $1,000! The Bora Pearl Farm is a spot you won’t want to miss.