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Pass By: Bora Bora Lagoonarium, Bp 56 Anau, Vaitape 98730 French Polynesia
This tour will take you around Bora Bora in style
Pass By: Tahitian Secrets, Face de la place Tuvavau, Vaitape 98730 French Polynesia
Learn about the ancient temples of the great Tahitian seafaring society built around 1000AD, and the many legends of the island.
Stop At: Ecole Primaire Faanui, Fa'anui, French Polynesia
Venture into Faanui Valley where you will see small fruit plantations, and stop at a Pareu making Workshop. At this family owned workshop you will see how they make these beautiful tie-dye type Sarongs, learn how we make Coconut oil, and taste some local fruits.
Duration: 30 minutes
- Mobile Voucher Accepted
- Hotel pickup Available
- Duration: 3 Hrs
Departure Details :
Traveler pickup is offered
Full meeting instructions will show on your voucher
InterContinental Le Moana Bora Bora, Vaitape, Bora-Bora, French Polynesia
Cancellation Policy : This activity is non-refundable Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.
There is no better way to see Bora bora when visiting on a cruise than this 4x4 tour. This off road tour gives you all the sights and delights of the island's culture, history, flora, and fauna. You will discover the ancient temples of the great Tahitian seafaring society built around 1000 A.D, along with their accompanying legends. Explore WWII sites built by Americans during their friendly taking of the island in 1942.
Tour around the island to see breathtaking lookout points only accessible by 4x4. Faanui Valley is host to small fruit plantations. Pareu, a locally-owned family workshop, showcases how they make beautiful tie-dye Sarongs. You will learn how to make coconut oil and taste local fruits before completing your tour and returning to port.
Book early as this sells out and beats the cruise tours for price and excitement.
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4 Wheel Drive Jeep
Guarantee to get you back to the ship on time
Local fruit tasting
Coconut oil making
Entry/Admission - Ecole Primaire Faanui
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Not wheelchair accessible
Most travelers can participate
This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If its canceled because the minimum isnt met, youll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund
This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers
Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
Guides required to regularly wash hands
Regular temperature checks for staff
They never showed up to pick us up from the hotel as arranged. On the day of the pickup we learned they will not be coming. Very unreliable company will not recommentd. keep away from this tour/provider.
NO SHOW! After cancel because of rain, I was told we could go the next morning. I tried to communicate and no replies, zero. No show the next day and I'm assuming it was charged as now I get a review request?
Alex showed us the whole island of Bora Bora, Not only the physical parts but also the heart of the culture in Bora Bora. Down to earth good people enjoying their life. Provided a delightful sense of humor in showing us the sights. Never knew pillows could be so expensive!!!
Our guide, Alex, was so knowledgeable of all sites and he provided the best customer service! We had a very locals experience of culture and locations.
This is a must do excursion, Simon our tour guide was magnificant. Simon is a native Tahitian who has a lot of pride in his country as he should. You will learn so much about the island , their culture and the people. There are many photo ops too. I highly recommend this.
The tour itself was fine but the roads were horrendous. Sometimes it looked like we were going straight up. Beautiful scenery at the top.
Alex was a fantastic guide and extremely knowledgable. He took us all around the island, seeing the bunkers, guns, foliage, educating us about the plants, and taking us to scenic vistas. However, the description on Viator did not exactly match up with what the tour accomplished. The Viator description mentioned making learning to make manoi (or coconut) oil and fragrances. Our tour took us to a spot where local women made pareos- still fascinating, but a big departure from the description- would have loved to know exactly what we signed up for. This review is more about the company's description and NOT the tour guide, as Alex was AWESOME!