Four Seasons Bora Bora is located on a motu (small islet) on the Bora Bora island lagoon. Bora Bora is the most famous of French Polynesia’s Leeward Islands and is a quintessential tropical paradise. The approach into Bora Bora from the air is unforgettable. Bora Bora is surrounded by sand-fringed motus on an outer coral reef that encloses a turquoise lagoon. The island has dramatic landscapes with the peaks of Mounts Otemanu and Pahia towering over the centre of the island.
Opened in 2008, the Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora offers 107 spacious units including 100 over-water bungalows perched on stilts above the lagoon and seven beachfront villas (measuring between 300-500sqm) located along a stretch of private beach. All suites and villas have private pools. Overwater Bungalows 301-331 and 401-433 are located further from the resort’s main facilities, making them ideal for those seeking privacy and seclusion with uninterrupted access to the lagoon.
Each of the resort’s four restaurants offers Polynesian and International menu. Fresh sushi is served at the Sunset Restaurant and Bar while open-air dining can be experienced at Tere Nui.
Four Seasons Bora Bora has a spa, tennis courts, and a fitness center. Activities such as snorkelling, paddle boarding, wind-surfing, and diving can be easily arranged. Traditional Polynesian music and dancing is an experience not to be missed while vacationing in French Polynesia.
There is a Four Seasons Kids’ Club with a daily program of activities and sports.
50 minute domestic flight to Bora Bora (BOB) with Air Tahiti from Faa'a International Airport (PPT) in Papeete, Tahiti, the only international airport serving French Polynesia. Tahiti is an 8hr 30 minute flight from Los Angeles. From Bora Bora’s Vaitape Harbour there is 15 minute boat ride across the lagoon to the resort.
The best time to visit Bora Bora is during the dry season between May and October.