Wrapped by majestic views, Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora is surrounded by sand-fringed islets on an outer coral reef that enclose a turquoise lagoon. Escape to spacious hideaways that are nestled away in this perfect island paradise. The over-water bungalows are perched on stilts above the turquoise lagoon, while on-shore villas stretch along a semi-private beach. Enjoy views of the turquoise waters and majestic Mount Otemanu.
- Motu Tofari, Bora Bora, French Polynesia
- -16.473108981947206, -151.70567754523313
|Bora Bora||January 1, 1970 - January 1, 1970||£ from £2440 per person||0|
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With 100 over-water bungalow suites and 15 Villas dotted along the semi-private beach, Four Seasons Bora Bora allows you to escape to an island paradise in complete luxury only associated with Four Seasons resorts.
At Four Seasons Bora Bora there are three restaurants and two bars to indulge in tasty delights from across the globe. Overlooking the tranquil, translucent waters of the lagoon and featuring views of distant Mount Otemanu, Arii Moana is a romantic and elegant setting for dinner and dessert. Blending Polynesian and French traditions, Arii Moana's menu emphasizes fresh seafood and succulent meats. Nestled within its tropical surroundings and immediately adjacent to the beach, Tere Nui offers an open-air dining experience enhanced by gentle ocean breezes. Open all day, the restaurant features farm-fresh breakfasts, hearty lunches, and weekly themed dinners, including popular Grill and Mediterranean nights.At Fare Hoa Beach Bar unwind with a tropical cocktail in a relaxing beachside setting next to the main pool. Gaze out at idyllic views of the lagoon while enjoying a drink and some light lunch. Treat yourself to delectable meals in the Sunset Restaurant that prides itself on its eclectic menu. Savour freshly prepared sushi and Asian-inspired dinners, share tasty small plates, and sip unique cocktails and signature classics at the over-water terrace.
Among the soaring palms and tropical foliage near the beach, the infinity edges of the dazzling wave-shaped pool blend seamlessly with the ocean beyond. Relaxing is easy on the surrounding pool deck. Experience the beauty and adventure of this Tahitian paradise aboard the Resort's Catamaran. Choose from relaxing cruises, adventurous island discovery tours or exquisite dining excursions. The boat's bi-level design features a full bar, dining area, rooftop sundeck. A fitness centre cooled by ocean breezes, a holistic spa, a dazzling pool that seems to disappear into the ocean – at Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora, these and other exceptional facilities await.
Nestled within the grounds of the Resort is an inner lagoon teeming with exotic marine life. The Ruahatu (God of the Ocean) Lagoon Sanctuary is more than just a spectacular snorkelling location – it is also a research haven where the marine environment not only thrives but grows, furthering a delicate and wondrous ecosystem. Led by marine biologist Oliver Martin, the Lagoon Sanctuary offers snorkelling adventures, coral grafting exhibits, fish- and octopus-feeding sessions, and open discussions on the Polynesian ecosystem. The Sanctuary is maintained in partnership with the Pacific Eco-World Initiative, a non-profit organization committed to learning more about the changing marine environment and working to conserve it. The Sanctuary is home to over 100 colourful species, including the octopus, eagle ray, lizardfish, Picasso trumpetfish, soldierfish, firefish, unicorn fish, spotted pufferfish, parrotfish, peacock damselfish, clownfish and butterfly fish. Sea urchins, anemones and shrimp are also present, along with many other native species of marine life. The coral grafting techniques used at the lagoon are highly technical, requiring great care and precision. Scientists monitor the graftings of different species of coral along 30 artificial structures as well as the banks of the lagoon. When these grafts grow further, they will be planted to provide essential functions in the lagoon.