After completing our wonderful cruise visiting the Society Islands in the French Polynesia aboard the Paul Gauguin, we took a flight from Tahiti back to Bora Bora to experience the island more personally and to stay in the famous Overwater Bungalows at the Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora.
Our first stop was to stay at the famous Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora. Upon arrival at the airport in Bora Bora we were warmly greeted by the Four Season attendant at their kiosk in the airport. It was a it of a cloudy day with a little rain, but that did not detract from the beauty of Bor Bora or our excitement of being there.
After greeting us and confirming our reservation she had our luggage collected and directed us to the boat that would transfer us to the resort.
The boat was quite nice and they also provided us with bottle water and towels with which to refresh ourselves. It was quite warm that day and after our brief flight, it was very much appreciated.
As we arrived at the resort, the clouds were covering the peak of Mt. Otemanu, luckily the clouds would be gone the next day providing a beautiful view of this famous site
Upon arrival at the dock, we were let off the boat right next to the Lobby of the resort. This boat transfer to the resort has to be the best airport to hotel transfers that I have ever experienced. When traveling to Bora Bora, if you have the option between a water or land transfer, I highly recommend taking the water route as it is a very rare opportunity and you should take advantage of it if possible.
If you would like to receive more information on the Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora, or to book your stay there, you can contact me here.
As a Virtuoso member agent, and a Preferred Partner with Four Seasons, my clients also receive special amenities only by booking through me. The Virtuoso amenities available to you can be found here.