Stay in Bora Bora

Sojourn in Bora Bora

The ship will anchor and set the sails of Bora Bora for at least part of your stay. The bungalows of Bora Bora are known for their overwater bungalows with glass bottom windows to the lagoon. In order to enjoy the true Bora Bora over water bungalow experience, you will want to stay in one of these bungalows. Do not hesitate and book your stay in our paradise! Accommodation in Bora.

Accommodation in Bora Bora -- Unforgettable - Review Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora, Bora Bora

Four seasons, though pricey, is deadly the place to go in Bora Bora -- excellent position, world-class facilities, roomy, intimate, splendid rooms with unbelievable view. great salt wasserlagune with ample sealifeĆ½ ( "your room comes in stock with snoweling gear you can also use right off your platform as every room has its own ladder down into the deep sea -- yes it really looks like), great room facilities (better nutrition than in the restaurant, sincere and the same price, plus more things on the menu),

exquisite, luxurious facilities, ice-cold air conditioning (which you will appreciate, as it is always a very mild 85 during the days and 75 at night), a free water sports centre with canoes, windsurfer, paddling and the like, roomy sun loungers, which are particularly suitable for stargazing and/or staying over, first really good cup of tea in my room that I ever had.

It is really insulated and once there you won't find things like a bookstore, clothes shop, etc. (there's a small grocer' on the central isle, but you're only 30 minutes by boat), so come ready.... The Four Seasons, although pricey, is definitely the place to go in Bora Bora Bora Bora -- splendid setting, first-class services, roomy, private, beautiful rooms with unbelievable view.

Large salt pond with plenty of sea air (your room is equipped with snorkelling equipment, which you can also use directly from your own boat because each room has its own entrance to the crystalline waters - yes, it really looks like it), great room services (better meals than in the restaurants, openly speaking and the SAME COST, plus more things on the menu),

exquisite, luxurious facilities, ice-cold air conditioning (which you will appreciate, as it is always a very mild 85 during the days and 75 at night), a free water sports centre with canoes, windsurfer, paddling and the like, roomy sun loungers, which are particularly suitable for stargazing and/or staying over, first really good cup of tea in my room that I ever had.

It is really insulated and once there you won't find things like a bookstore, a clothes shop etc. (there is a small grocer' shop on the central isle, but you're only 30 minutes away by boat), so come with books, medicines / recipes, sun cream, snacks, etc...... what electronical device you might want to use, suppose you don't have facilities in Bora Bora -- you can get inroom WiFi for about $150/week though, so you won't be snipped off all the way (this is important if you have children or other relatives/business at home that you need to have exposure with).

Bora Bora's electricity grid is 220V and therefore requires an adaptor -- the motel has provided us with one free of charge for the length of our stay, but at a low-traffic period of the year, so I don't know if they can be provided with unrestricted electricity during the high seson.

Snorkelling (I'm not a big supporter of both, but the "Ray Ballet" journey is astonishing, simple and convenient, even if you've never snorkeled before....and if you *are* a supporter, I think you'll be in paradise), excursion to the major isle -- while the isle itself is always in sight, it's always rewarding to see the city and get a different outlook on the isle and the lagoon.

It' not profitable: jet skiing around the islands, the nightly dining trip, going to the shops, either in the hotels or on the central islands - very expensively and nothing unusual. All in all one of the best journeys I have ever made, and I am traveling a great deal - if you are looking for a holiday or jubilee goal, you can do nothing inappropriate.

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