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Sail Bora Bora by Catamaran

Bora Bora, French Polynesia

Sail Bora Bora by Catamaran


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Cruise the lagoon that surrounds Bora Bora, an island of almost mythical beauty. Settle in wherever you please, as the catamaran features trampolines for sunbathing, and shaded seating if you prefer a covered environment.

Because the catamaran has a shallow draft, it can cruise into areas off limits to other vessels, presenting you with spectacular, up-close views of the lagoon’s coves and Bora Bora’s iconic overwater bungalows. You can expect the shoreline to be jungle-like with plenty of coconut palms swaying in the sea breezes. From this perspective, you’ll also enjoy an excellent view of Mount Otemanu, one of two extinct volcanoes rising from the center of the island.

You’ll stop to swim and snorkel (mask and snorkel are provided) along a coral reef teeming with brightly colored tropical fish.

Need to Know:

Note: Tour is not recommended for guests with mobility concerns. Guests should be able to enter and exit the boat with limited assistance which requires negotiating steps. Participants should be in good physical condition, be strong swimmers, be comfortable in varying depths of water and able to cope with occasional currents. Guests should not touch or step on the coral reef or touch any underwater wildlife for safety and environmental reasons. Swimwear worn under a cover up, sun cap, sunglasses, sunscreen, a towel and water shoes are recommended. Those taking part in any water activities do so at their own risk and responsibility.

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Excursion Type:

Wildlife Tours

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Tours with this activity level involve physical exertion for extended periods of time; can involve uneven or steep terrain or swimming in a light current. Recommended only for physically fit and adventurous travelers.
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