Just a ten-minute shuttle boat ride from Motu Mute Airport, and fifteen minutes across the lagoon from the town of Vaitape, lies the little island of Tevairoa – the wondrous setting for the 4 Star Bora Bora Pearl Resort.
The resort has a total of 80 accommodation units comprising overwater bungalows, beach villas and garden villas, but feels rather small and boutique-resort like. It also feels somewhat more traditionally Polynesian than other resorts around Bora Bora, in terms of architecture, style and general laid back atmosphere.
It is family friendly, and has activities for children, but wouldn’t really define itself as such, maintaining well the tricky balance between keeping children content and offering the last word in romantic experience.
Overwater Bungalows & Other Accommodation:
You have a choice between garden suites, beachfront suites or classic overwater bungalows. The suites are nestled among tropical plants, have their own private pool and, being able to sleep up to five, are the most suitable for families.
The beachfront suites have a private hot tub/jacuzzi and some lovely views across the sands but of course the overwater bungalows have that extra romantic feel as well as direct access to the water and the resort’s coral nurseries.
All the accommodation is top luxury hotel standard, boasting all modern facilities, while the design and decor generally display even more Polynesian influence than other Bora Bora resorts with lots of sleek wood panelling and traditional art pieces.
Overwater Bungalow Prices:
Check out all the details – prices, reviews & more photos, on the booking page here.
Resort Facilities & Things to Do:
The dining and drinking choices are limited but of the highest quality. The Tevairoa Restaurant & Bar serves up top quality international food with Polynesian influences and has native music and dance performances on most evenings while the Miki Miki Bar & Restaurant serves up snacks and dishes throughout the day and has a great selection of drinks, from fancy cocktails to old ports and rums.
At the Tavai Spa, nestled away in tropical foliage and surrounded by lily ponds, you can indulge yourself in all sorts of health and beauty treatments; Vichy body scrubs, traditional ‘Taurumi’ massages, hot stone massages with fragrant monoi oil and plenty more. Pretty unusually for a spa it also has its own resident tattoo artist, there to offer guests the ultimate traditional Polynesian souvenir of their stay.
A variety of non-motorized water sports are available and complimentary; out-rigger canoes, kayaks, paddle boards, snorkeling equipment etc. Other activities like jet skiing, catamaran trips and deep sea fishing for example can also be arranged and the resort has its own scuba diving center.
Concierge services are available and they can arrange all sorts of extras including private dining experiences and bespoke excursions around the islands.
“Paradise found. Still dreaming about the resort and incredible Bora Bora, what a paradise, beauty beyond words….”
“Honestly this place blew my mind …I spent time with my sister and literally when we arrived she said I am throwing my passport and staying here forever. Everything was beyond excellent. Being a professional in hospitality usually I see a lot more things than others just because I work in the industry and honestly everything was on point and level that is totally worth it….”
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