After 50 minutes of flight from Tahiti, you can see the majestic Bora Bora set in its dazzling lagoon.
Discovered in 1722 by the Dutchman Jacob Roggeven, Bora Bora - pronounced Pora Pora - which means first born - was so named after oral tradition because it was the first island to emerge in the morning mist of Hava'i, birth place of all lands.
Located on Motu Tevairoa, a coral islet between ocean and lagoon, the Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort & Spa is a short 10-minute boat ride from the airport or 15 minutes from the main village of Vaitape.
On this exceptional with no neighbours but just majestic Mount Otemanu for horizon, the Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort & Spa is inspired by Polynesian architecture.
Tucked on the mountain side in breathtaking Taiohae Bay, the Nuku Hiva Pearl Lodge features twenty air-conditioned rooms tastefully decorated with local art and materials. Far, far away lies an archipelago that have drawn explorers, artists and adventurers from early days.