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Bora-Bora Dream


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Duration: 8 days / 7 nights

Set sail on a peaceful crossing to the heart of the Leeward Islands from Raiatea. You will have the chance to explore lagoons of exceptional beauty, admire extraordinary underwater wildlife and enjoy a variety of water and land activities.


DAY 1: Raiatea - Saturday
Starting at 12:00 pm, you will be welcomed and embarked at the Uturoa harbour, right in the centre of town. Once on board, you will take part in a short sail in the lagoon while enjoying a panoramic lunch on the way to Motu Tautau located at northwest of Tahaa Island. Afterwards, you can swim in the coral garden, take a walk on the motu and enjoy water activities.
DAY 2: Raiatea - Sunday
You will sail for about 4 hours towards Bora Bora. You will have lunch at the anchorage in front of Motu Tapu before spending the afternoon swimming with reef sharks and discovering one of the most beautiful lagoons in the South Pacific. At night, you will anchor in the east of Bora Bora.
DAY 3: Bora Bora - Monday
After breakfast on board, you will have the opportunity to swim and enjoy water sports. If you wish, an optional excursion is possible by Polynesian canoe to discover the Bora Bora lagoon, and the coral garden, and to observe manta rays and tropical fish. In the afternoon, you will sail in the most famous lagoon of Polynesia. You will spend the night at anchor at Matira Point.
DAY 4: Bora Bora / Raiatea - Tuesday
After breakfast, you will sail for 4 hours towards the island of Raiatea. You will have lunch at Anchor and enjoy a relaxing afternoon with water sports such as swimming, kayaking and snorkelling. An option for how to spend your day is a visit to a pearl farm, as well as guided dives in the pearl lines.
DAY 5: Raiatea / Tahaa- Wednesday
In the morning, you will stop for a shopping trip in Uturoa, the main village of Raiatea. You will have the opportunity to visit the local market. One option for how to spend your day is, a guided tour of Raiatea, the sacred island, to discover the marae of Taputapuatea, the botany, the valleys and the mountains. You will then sail to the Motu Ceran where you will spend the afternoon at the Robinson. You can take a walk on the motu, enjoy free dives in a coral garden, kayak and relax on the beach. Dinner on land in a restaurant with entertainment and Polynesian dancing is possible.
DAY 6: Huahine - Thursday
You will leave early in the morning to sail for 4 hours towards the island of Huahine. You will arrive in Huahine around noon, in Bourayne Bay. You will spend the afternoon relaxing on Ana Iti beach, enjoying water sports such as kayaking, swimming and snorkelling. You will spend the night at anchor in Avea Bay.
DAY 7: Huahine - Friday
After breakfast, you will take a short sail to the village of Fare where you will visit the village and do some snorkelling. An optional excursion to discover the archaeological sites, the fish park, the vanilla plantation and the sacred eels is possible. You will have lunch on board before sailing for 4 hours towards Raiatea. You will arrive on the sacred island at sunset.
DAY 8: Raiatea / Tahaa- Saturday
You will disembark at 8:00 am at the port in downtown Uturoa.

Your boat :

  • Accommodation in an air-conditioned double cabin with private bathroom (air conditioning is available from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.).
  • Full board (breakfast, lunch and dinner), drinks with meals (house wine and water) and local aperitifs.
  • You will also benefit from the service of the crew consisting of two people (captain, steward/cook), two sets of sheets and towels, including beach towels, as well as consumables for the boat : water, gasoline and fuel).
  • Boat and passenger insurance is also included in the price.
  • Water sports equipment such as snorkeling equipment (fins, mask and snorkel), paddle and sea kayaking are also available on board.
  • The round trip flight
  • Transfers between the airport and the base (optional)
  • Destination fees, which must be paid in advance (mandatory)

Entry and stay in the country

French nationals can stay in French Polynesia with their national identity card. However, if you are transiting through the United States, you will need a passport valid for at least 6 months after the date of return. Visas are not required, as French Polynesia is an Overseas Territory.

Driving in the country

Driving on the right side of the road with a national driver’s license is sufficient

Compulsory vaccinations

No vaccinations are required to enter French Polynesia. For more information, consult the Institut Pasteur Website.

Recommended vaccines

No vaccine is mandatory to enter French Polynesia, but it is recommended to update the DT polio vaccine and to be vaccinated againts typoid fever and hepatitis A and B.

Health risks and advice

Medical facilities are modern and tap water is safe to drink. It is recommended to protect yourself against mosquitoes. Medical assistance services are available in Papeete, Mamao, Taravao and Vaiami.


Banks are generally open Monday through Friday, and major credit cards are accepted in Tahiti and the Society Islands. It is advisable to carry sufficient cash in the other archipelagos.


Polynesia enjoys a tropical climate, with a hot season from late November to late March, with the best time to travel being between mid-April and mid-October. Cyclones are relatively rare, but can occur between November and March.


Stores are generally open Monday through Friday, and some large shopping centers have extended hours.


Polynesian-specific phone cards are required to use phone booths. Domestic calls are inexpensive, and the price of international calls is falling.

Time difference

Paris is 11 hours ahead of Papeete in winter and 12 hours ahead in summer. Thus, when it is noon in Tahiti, it is 11 p.m. in Paris in December and midnight in July


French is the official language, but Tahitian and other Polynesian languages are also spoken.


The currency used is the CFP. Franc and currency can be exchanged at the airport, banks and hotels. Traveller’s checks denominated in euros or U.S. dollars are also accepted.


The electrical standard is 220 volts and the smaller islands are powered by generators.