Vacation Rentals in Bora Bora

Vacation Rentals in Bora Bora

Vacation rentals in Bora Bora

Marvelous rental locations in Bora Bora

Plan your next trip in the stunning islands of Bora Bora.You will find this destination in the Leeward Islands, the western part of the Society Islands of French Polynesia. Situated in the French Republic in the Pacific Ocean, Bora Bora has a total land area of 12 square miles. The islands have stunning geography filled with lagoons and barrier reefs. While visiting the main island, you will also be able to explore the remnants of an extinct volcano with two peaks, Mount Pahia and Mount Otemanu, which has the highest point at 2,385 feet. Here you will find that the main languages spoken are Tahitian and French. However, you will easily get around Bora Bora by speaking English as it's a popular destination for travelers from Anglo Saxon countries. The main settlement in Bora Bora will be found in Vaitape, which is situated on the western side of the main island.

Vacation Rentals in Bora Bora

Bora Bora is located in the middle of the Pacific Ocean and filled with gorgeous natural landscapes, this will ensure that plenty of the residential properties you will find will provide you with a stunning view. Whether you choose to be located on the main island near the bustling nightlife, the restaurants and boutiques or want to be immersed in the peaceful nature, this destination will be able to provide you with both options. Have your morning coffee on your patio as you watch the sunrise over the ocean. Invite friends over to your private pool for a party or just to relax and dip your toes in the water. Spend your evening sipping on a glass of wine as you watch the sunset from your balcony. These are a few of the splendid opportunities awaiting you in Bora Bora.

Vacations in Bora Bora

The area and getting around

You will find that making your journey to Bora Bora will be a breeze regardless of where you are coming from. To get to Bora Bora, most travelers choose to take a plane into the Bora Bora Airport, which is also known as Motu Mute Airport. However, if you are making your journey from the U.S., you will first have to stop at the Faa'a International Airport which is located in Tahiti. From the Faa'a International Airport, you will just have to take a short 45-minute flight to arrive at the Bora Bora Airport. From the airport, you will be able to rent a car, take a bus or a taxi directly to your rental property.

Where to eat in Bora Bora

With the mix of Tahiti and French culture, you will find that Bora Bora has an array of cuisines to offer its guests. Whether you want to go for an upscale experience or just casual dining, you can find both while staying on these islands. For an upscale experience, head to La Vill a Mahana. Here you will find a Mediterranean-style place filled with classical music and candles. The menu features five courses of unique Polynesian dishes mixed with classic French cuisine. On the other hand, for a more casual option, check out Bloody Mary's. This iconic restaurant has a French Polynesian retro atmosphere and a menu filled with items like marlin, shark, and mahi-mahi.

Travelers and activities

Bora Bora for outdoor explorers

The islands of Bora Bora have plenty of natural landscape and marine life to discover. Learn about marine life while on an Eco Shark & Ray Snorkel Safari. Here you will be able to explore the vibrant coral garden where you`ll be able to snorkel in the clear and shallow waters of Bora Bora. The guide will also take you to feed the sharks and stingrays during this tour. If you wish to stay on land then head to the Natura Discovery 4X4 Cultural Island Tour. With this tour, you can explore all the flora and the fauna of the area on top of a jeep with an expert tour guide.

Bora Bora for family activities

Take your entire family to Bora Bora and enjoy one of these adventures altogether. The Moana Adventure is a family-friendly excursion that will take you and our kids all around the island to discover the most unique places while keeping everyone safe. Another fun choice is heading to Matira Beach. This beach stretches for a mile and it's filled with white sand. Known to be one of the few public access beaches on the island, here you will also find shops and restaurants to fill a perfect day out.

Did you know that over 4 million years ago the islands of Bora Bora were formed by a volcanic eruption?

Top 5 travel tips for Bora Bora

1. Bike around the Island

Spend your afternoon biking around Bora Bora. Here you will find a paved coastal road that spans 20 miles around the island and it’s flat the whole way.


Explore the marine life of the area. This natural lagoon is filled with turtles, stingrays, eagle rays and sharks for you to safely explore.

3. Hinano Lager Beer

Taste a locally made brew while in Bora Bora. Founded in 1955 and named after a white flower indigenous to the South Pacific, this locally brewed beer is one of its kind.

4.Mount Pahia

Take the day to go hiking up an extinct volcano crater. The trail starts near the center of Vaitape and it will bring you 2,159 feet up the mountain. Here you will be able to admire spectacular views of the island.

5. Bora Bora Sanctuary

One of the most loved marine creatures can be found on this island. This sanctuary will allow you to learn about their marine life and how to protect them.

FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Bora Bora

What is the average price for vacation rentals in Bora Bora?

Considering the average cost of $354 per night, Bora Bora lies at the upper end of the price range for vacation rentals in French Polynesia.

Which months allow you to save the most on vacation rentals?

Travelers who want to be budget-friendly should travel to Bora Bora in May, June, or April, the cheapest months of the year, with average prices of $316, $326, and $331 per night, respectively, based on the previous year.

When are vacation rentals more expensive in Bora Bora?

Last year, the month that showed the highest annual average prices in Bora Bora was January, with an average price of $397 per night. This was followed by February, with an average of $396, and then December, with $375.

Is it necessary to plan a trip to Bora Bora well in advance?

Here, last-minute travelers are welcome, because the average availability in Bora Bora is 57%, which is above average for French Polynesia, based off last year.

Which months offer the highest availability?

November, March and April are, in order of highest to lowest, the months offering the largest number of accommodations free, with an average availability of 65%, 65%, and 64%.

When will it be harder to find an available vacation rental in Bora Bora?

Vacation rentals in Bora Bora reach their peak in demand in June, with an availability rate of 42%. The second most requested month is August, with 48%, and the third is July with 48%.

Are there many vacation rentals in Bora Bora?

Holidu has 90 vacation rentals in Bora Bora, provided by 5 different partners.

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