Just the mention of the name Bora Bora evokes the idea of a mythic paradise. It is the most popular island is French Polynesia.

There aren't enough adjectives to describe the beauty of its lagoon; it is said to be the most beautiful in the world.

Bora Bora has earned its place in the diving world and is one of the rare places where we can observe manta rays all year long.

With a population of about 5000, it is the northernmost island in the group of leeward islands (see map). Connected by a number of flights each day, you can get to Bora Bora in just 45 minutes from Tahiti. Bora Bora being primarily touristic, you can find various kinds accomodations from family guest houses to deluxe hotels.

Even though the hotel structures have developed greatly recently, they are perfectly integrated with the environement. No ultra-modern high-rises to be found here, only individual bungalows (overwater, beach or garden) like those offered at the Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort.

As well as scuba diving, there are a number of different activities and excursions both aquatic and land-based, offered through the hotel.
Bora Bora has a large variety of different dive sites, each one valued for its abundant sealife or beautiful seascapes.
Either inside the lagoon or out in the ocean, you will discover fantastic dives regardless of your level of experience.