Getting to Bora Bora
Cheap flights from Australia to Bora Bora include a stop in Auckland and Papeete. Total flying time is generally about 9 or 10 hours from east coast capital cities.
Airlines from Australia
Qantas offers flights to Auckland from several Australia ports and code share partner Air Tahiti Nui operates the onward connections to Papeete and Bora Bora.
Bora Bora International Airport (BOB)
The airport is located on an island just north of Bora Bora and ferry service is available to the main island. The resorts typically offer their own ferry service and this should be pre-arranged before your arrival. There are generally 2 or three daily flights from Tahiti to Bora Bora.
Located in French Polynesia just west of Tahiti, Bora Bora is one of the most exclusive holiday destinations on the planet. Far removed from the cares of the world, this South Pacific island paradise is a refuge filled with exotic beauty and luxury. No need to worry about tourist lines and crowded beaches here because Bora Bora with its remote location and penchant for exclusivity is as peaceful and idyllic as one would expect from such a top rated location.
Quiet lagoons beckon with their serene setting – a secluded white sand beach, luxury huts on stilts resting just above the clear, shallow waters where a morning swim and ocean view breakfast begin each day. Fill your afternoons with snorkelling and scuba diving in gorgeous, calm waters or enjoy a jet ski or yacht tour of the islands. There’s plenty to do on land as well from 4wd tours to bike and hiking excursions around the lush islands. Shopping and dining also have a place on this secluded island with many upscale shops, art galleries and fine restaurants to choose from.