Why should you book a holiday package to Bora Bora?
Bora Bora, a small South Pacific island situated in French Polynesia, is a place pf breathtaking beauty and exquisite natural wonders. Swimming, diving and water sports are virtually a way of life, and the lagoon and basaltic peaks clad in lush tropical verdure are a haven for wildlife.
To make the most of your island adventure, pay for a holiday package that fits your budget. With a flight and accommodation all in one inclusive package, you can take advantage of standard preferential rates, leaving you plenty to spend on simply having a wonderful time.
When should you book a holiday package to Bora Bora?
Bora Bora is hot throughout the year, even during the rainy season. The temperature averages a high of 87.4 degrees Fahrenheit and a low of 74.8. The rainy season runs from December through to February.
Ideally, the months between March to May are the best to aim for when booking a holiday package. This coincides with the Easter period, when the number of holidayers begins to increase.
Where should you stay in Bora Bora during your holidays?
For any holiday type in Bora Bora:
The Hotel Sofitel Bora Bora Marara Beach Resort is located right on the lagoon. Bungalows are chic, with thatched roofs, plus outdoor showers and direct sea access. The villas have Jacuzzis and 24/7 room service. Both have terraces and hardwood floors as well as coffee machines and free Wi-Fi.
The Conrad Bora Bora Nui sits on the Motu To'opua lagoon. Some villas have glass floors to view the aquatic life of the coral reefs and are equipped with ceiling fans and TVs. There are private pools, a spa, a gym, 6 restaurants and a swim-up cocktail bar.
For family holidays in Bora Bora:
The Hotel Maitai Polynesia is only just over 4 miles from the Vaitape ferry terminal and the resort is mostly thatched-roof bungalows. They are over-water structures with glass-bottom coffee tables that provide underwater views. There is a casual bar and 2 French-Polynesian restaurants plus free water-skiing on offer. Children under 14 years can stay with a parent at no extra charge.
The Le Meridien Bora Bora is situated on the Bora Bora lagoon and has supremely stylish decor. There is an airy Mediterranean-style restaurant, an outdoor pool, and a beach restaurant. A laundry service is available, a big help if you have young ones in need of a change of clothes on a regular basis.
For romantic holidays in Bora Bora:
The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort has classy villas and is just over a mile from the Bora Bora WWII Guns historic site. It features beachfront infinity pools, a private beach, a butler service, and a personal chef on request, ideal for romantic dinners.
The InterContinental Le Moana Bora Bora is situated on the Motu Reef and features soaking tubs, outdoor showers, and elegant bathrooms. It has room service, direct ocean access, and swimming decks. The 2 open-air restaurants overlooking a saltwater lagoon offer a serene view of the sunset during dinner.
For luxury holidays in Bora Bora:
The Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora consists of over-water bungalows with lounge areas equipped with sofas. They have mini-fridges, iPod docks, and satellite TV. Beachfront villas have outdoor pools, room service, and private gardens.
The InterContinental Resort and Thalasso Spa Bora Bora has vaulted ceilings underneath the thatched roofs of the over-water bungalows. Spacious living rooms open onto shaded terraces with showers, pontoons, and sun loungers.
For budget holidays in Bora Bora:
The Village Temanuata has affordable rooms which accommodate up to 5. Upgraded bungalows have kitchens and if you opt for the menu breakfast, it is not included in the accommodation fee. Also, there are private garden terraces and direct beach access.
The Sunset Hill Lodge has spacious rooms with kitchenettes and shaded terraces overlooking the beach and ocean. Rooms have air conditioning and microwaves and the cost is surprisingly inexpensive.