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Hit the road for a thrilling 4WD adventure on this private 3-hour tour of Bora Bora. Soak up the scenery of natural wonders like Faanui Canon and Amanahune Bay, or venture off-road to little known viewpoints and secret lagoons. Make the most of your private guide as you discover Bora Bora’s WWII history, then get a taste of Polynesian culture as you stop by local villages, peek into crafts workshops and stroll around a fruit plantation.

Highlights

  • 3-hour private tour of Bora Bora by 4WD
  • Take in postcard-worthy views of the lush island’s foliage and turquoise lagoons from several lookout points
  • Check out canons and other military artifacts from WWII at the Faanui Canon lookout
  • Observe artisans tie-dyeing sarongs and making coconut oil in a local workshop
  • Learn about Polynesian cultural traditions of Bora Bora from your private local guide
  • Enjoy the cool breeze and comfort of the open-sided private 4WD vehicle

What You Can Expect

Private Tour: Bora Bora by 4WD

Faanui Canon lookout

Customer Reviews

PamG

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2015

Tamera arrived early for our tour. What a nice surprise. She has over 10 years experience and did a wonderful job explaining the island to us. We were a group of 8 adults with lots of questions. She patiently answered all of them. Unfortunately, one of the roads was under construction and try as she did, Tamera couldn't find a way around the construction so we missed out on one lookout location. The cost of island progress. She did a great job shuttling us all around and even made an extra stop for us on our return. The Pearl Farm was enjoyable no pressure to purchase but an excellent education in how peals are formed.

jmcaulfield

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2015

This was a great trip at a great price. Our guide was Frank. Frank made this trip much better than any other duide could have possibly done.
Frank knew quie a lot about the island of Bora Bora and added by telling personal storys who knew he was a cannibal lol.
Frank was also very knowledgable concerning the U.S. involment during WWII in Bora Bora. He had thousnads of photos that he had collected and is the unoffical historian off this time frame.
I think this tour woud have been great with any guide but Frank raised it to the next level.

George F

3 star rating: Worth doing November 2015

Ok tour but expensive for what we did. Necessary to get the expansive views of the island.

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