Descubra la belleza natural y la cultura de Bora Bora en un tour de medio día en 4x4 con un guía experimentado. Recorra toda la isla, haga varias paradas a lo largo del camino para disfrutar de las maravillosas vistas desde los miradores de East Matira, Faanui Canon y Amanahune Bay. Visite un taller para aprender cómo se hacen sarongs y aceite de coco y, a continuación, pruebe deliciosas frutas en una pequeña granja. Eche un vistazo a los artefactos de la Segunda Guerra Mundial y escuche la historia de la isla en un relajante tour con una gran abundancia de oportunidades perfectas de hacer fotos.
We did the sunset tour with champagne toast. Teama was our tour guide and he was extremely personable, friendly, funny, and a great musician! He was also knowledgeable about the history of Polynesia. The total tour was about 1.5. He took us up to two lookouts for pictures, the second lookout for the sunset where he played ukelele and sang. My wife is still singing the Tahitian song about Bora Bora! She plays guitar/ukelele and trying to find the music on the internet, but has not been able too. Teama if you see this review and have the chords/lyrics she would love to have them!
In my experience with guided tours, the guides make or break the experience. Teama definitely delivered a romantic evening for us and made this an unforgettable night. If your looking for something romantic to do on Bora Bora, this is it. However, if you want to see more landscape and take more photos, the day or afternoon tours are probably better.
Teama was our guide. His personal touch to this tour made our honeymoon great. Beautiful sunset, nice surprise, and I can not say anything but great about him. He sang songs and played ukulele while driving in the same time his 4WD. His technique was quite something.!!!
Great tour - Santiago is a great guide. Bora Bora is a beautiful island and you need to see it up from up high to see just how beautiful. Our guide new so much about the island and the culture. Seeing the war monument was one of the main reasons we took the tour and he got us up there. Seeing how the people lived and learning what is important to them - gardens and families! You don't want to miss this one!
Our young guides were lots of fun and took us to some roads that were rough, steep, but spectacular views. We had sparkling wine for the sunset, along with a ukele serenade by our guides. We really had to hold on going up and down hills, so a little more physical than we expected.