Embrace tropical paradise and ice tunnels, adventure and discovery, during your customizable South Pacific vacation. Witness rainbow hues on the Great Barrier Reef. Feel your heart race while snorkeling with sharks in Bora Bora. Walk along the frozen surface of Franz Josef Glacier. Listen to the stories of Dreamtime in the rainforest of Queensland. Search for penguins lounging on the rocks in a fjord and glide beneath the jungle...
Viti Levu – Fijian Bula Vinaka (A Fijian Hello)
The Fijian island of Viti Levu is the largest of the tropical archipelago. Coconut palms fringe the white sand beaches along the Coral Coast. The South Pacific Sea shimmers with crystal clear turquoise waters. The jungle canopy shades the heart of the island, giving a perfect tropical ambiance for orchids and the tubular white flowers of Tahitian gardenias. The underbrush produces yellow and green fruit utilized for its sweet fragrance and medicinal properties.
The red and yellow bulbs of heliconia resemble flames as the flowers blossom on stems growing up to three feet tall. The red-throated lorikeet twitters in the trees and the bottlenose dolphins swim in view of the shoreline. Your flight lands at Nadi International Airport, where your private transfer greets you upon your arrival. Take some time to visit the central market that brims with vibrant tropical hues emanating from guavas, melons, limes, and passion fruits. The aromas of banana and oranges drift beneath the lofted ceiling.
Boys roll through the marketplace and along the streets of the town with barrels filled with cassava melons bound for restaurants, homes, and shops around the city. Chili peppers shimmer with red luster and large taro roots offer more than just a meal. Your private transfer escorts you to your resort surrounded by lush tropical gardens and views of the small islands trailing away from Viti Levu. The concierge greets you with a traditional welcoming ceremony, during which you leave your shoes away from a large mat, and sip kava, a drink made from ground taro root.
Viti Levu – An Aerial View of Fiji
In the morning, the aroma of zesty oranges and juicy mangoes accompanies the scent of fresh banana pancakes filling the dining room. You can hear the gentle waters of the South Pacific lapping against the white sand beach of your resort. The sea breeze rustles through the coconut palms. Your adrenaline begins pumping with the thought of the adventure to come. You meet your guide in the lobby and set out into the jungle terrain for a zip lining adventure. You pass seductive emerald forest underbrush growing wild along the untamed hills.
You follow your guide into the trees for a safety briefing before stepping into the harness that connects you to the zip line. You will glide over a mile through the rainforest canopy. You can hear a waterfall rushing down the hillsides and disturbing the dangling bushes. You leap from the platform and soar as far as 525 feet, reaching a speed of more than 27 miles per hour. The fragrant blossoms of Tahitian gardenias provide a subtle sweetness to the air as the wind brushes against your cheeks.
Viti Levu – Culture in the Garden
The morning fills with the delightful aroma of coconut and the subtle scent of the South Pacific Sea. You spend some time before breakfast digging your toes in to the cool, powdery sands of the resort’s private beach before meeting your private guide. The day is yours to experience and explore the island of Viti Levu with a private car, leading you to the majesty of island life, beginning at the Arts Village. The scent of hibiscus sweeps across the village landscape. Houses were erected to embody the traditional architecture of the island, containing restaurants, boutique shops, and a theater. The jovial ambiance is intoxicating and inviting.
You can hear the sounds of the meke, a traditional song, and dance being performed. The dancers use the movements to tell a story, often an island folktale. When the drums and rhythm stop the broad male dancers in woven grass sulu raise their spears for the traditional war dance. The men beat their bodies and clap their legs to keep the beat as they puff out their chests. Continue to the rippling landscape of the Sigatoka Sand Dunes, a protected area peppered with sandy monoliths overlooking the shoreline. The windblown dunes reach nearly three miles long and more than half a mile wide, with the average dune rising to a height of 65 feet above sea level.
Cairns – An Australian G’Day
At breakfast, you enjoy the scent of mango and the rich flavor of ripe papaya. You remember the stunning colors and the unique design of the Mariamma Temple, a Hindu relic that helps locals celebrate the fire-walking festival in July and August. The rich and vibrant colors of the temple façade accentuate the relics and statues adorning the little niches looking out to the streets. Your private transfer meets you at the hotel after the meal and escorts you to Nadi International Airport for your flight to Cairns, Australia. As the flight descends over the tropical landscape of northeast Queensland, you notice how the rainforest rushes over the Great Diving Range.
The mountains separate the fertile plateau and Red Desert landscape from the calm turquoise waters of the Coral Sea. Your private transfer greets you upon arrival at Cairns Airport and escorts you to a luxurious hotel overlooking the tranquil marina. The scent of fresh seafood and delicious brick-oven pizza emanates from the lively promenade. Metal sculptures of tropical fish fly above the quiet swimming lagoon, which looks out to the sea. Flying foxes dangle upside down in the lush trees and snack on mangoes. Acclaimed artwork decorates the former 1930s government offices, offering displays connected to the Indigenous peoples of the region.
Cairns – Taking the Plunge at the Great Barrier Reef
The tropical north of Australia fills with the scent of mangoes and the vibrant colors of dragon fruit. You wake early and venture to the marina to board a boat bound for the Great Barrier Reef. A light mist rises from the hull of the boat as you speed across the Coral Sea. The semi-sweet aroma of the saltwater fills the air. Droplets of sea spray land on your skin as you watch the shoreline fade behind the horizon. You will stop at three different spots to view the biodiversity of the more than 1,400 miles of reef. The boat weighs anchor against a floating platform.
You jump into the water with fins, a mask, and snorkel, eager to view the blossoming aquatic gardens below. The water is warm as it wraps around your body. The salt content helps you float along the surface. Sea fans rustle in the current, waving like trees in the wind. Pillar coral ascends above plates and rounded mounds glowing with rainbow hues. Soft coral known as sunset cups have tendrils that move with the ebb and flow of the water. The body of the coral shimmers orange and yellow, which resembles the sunset. You follow a glint of orange peeking from within the purple forest of the tendrils of a sea anemone to find hiding clownfish hiding.
Cairns – The Treasures of Northeast Queensland
The morning light washes over the canopy of the mangrove trees thriving in the wetlands. A boardwalk meanders through the opening of the forest offering views to vibrant life living in the mixture of salt and freshwater. Your guide greets you in the lobby after breakfast and escorts you north to view the majesty of Mossman Gorge and the Daintree Rainforest. The gorge is situated along the southeast corner of the national park and is home to the traditional lands of the Kuku Yalanji.
Boulders erupt from the valley floor, framing sparkling rivers and hiding ancient rocks. The Indigenous Ecotourism Centre welcomes you with a gallery dedicated to the cultural heritage of the Kuku Yalanji, including artifacts such as boomerangs and spears used for hunting mud crabs. You continue to the water hole fed by the Mossman River. The waters are refreshingly cool, contrasting the tropical heat of the rainforest. The Mossman River washes over the granite boulders and fills the forest with the sounds of whitewater.
You feel as though you’ve discovered a hidden tropical paradise, decorated with crystal clear water and emerald ferns with more than 135 million years of history. Follow your guide through the forest on a Dreamtime walk to hear the stories of spirits and the beginnings of the ancient landscape. Your Aboriginal guide points out the plants used for medicinal purposes and directs your attention to the winding vines of the strangler fig. You find tracks of the elusive, captivating cassowary, which resembles a prehistoric bird glowing with an indigo neck and turquoise crown.
Sydney – Ideal Australian City
The sunlight washes over the greenery inside the Cairns Botanical Garden. The 19th-century collection of Australia’s tropical plants highlights the more than 4,000 different species of flora to create a kaleidoscope of colors deriving from the blossoming flowers. You find the scent of mangosteen and lime at breakfast before your private transfer escorts you to Cairns Airport. Your flight to Sydney offers a spectacular view of the arching Sydney Harbour Bridge, framing the iconic sails of the Sydney Opera House standing on a promontory surrounded on three sides by water. You follow your private transfer to a gorgeous luxury hotel overlooking the famous harbor. The Central Business District brims with exciting activity. Sailboats catch the sea breeze and glide across the cobalt water.
The cafes in the youthful neighborhood of Glebe set out tables and chairs for patrons to sip their coffee and tea in view of the antique markets. Your guide leads you on a private tour of historic Sydney, beginning along the George Street, the oldest street in the country. Trams cruise between the cobbled walkways, passing the historical structure of the Queen Victoria Building, the first arcade erected in Australia. The grandeur of the architecture remains, embodied in the 20 small domes surrounding the single main dome filling with light. Mosaic tiles line the walkways and lobby leading to the gilded window frames bordering the upscale boutiques.
Sydney – In the Grandeur of an Icon
In the morning, the ferries begin to crisscross Sydney Harbour, traveling between stations hidden in the canals across the greater city. The herbaceous aroma of tea fills the dining room, accompanied by the scent of sizzling bacon. You venture to Darling Harbour after the meal and board a small catamaran bound for the waters of the harbor. The boat disembarks and you bask in the beauty of the Sydney Opera House standing poised beside passing boats. You have a fabulous view of the skyline crowned by Sydney Tower, which reaches nearly 1,015 feet above the surrounding streets.
The Royal Botanic Gardens glisten with blossoming roses. Return to the shore and walk along the brick esplanade connecting to the Sydney Opera House. Your guide greets you in front of the shimmering glass panels wrapping around the lobby. Before entering the building, you learn about the history of the grand structure, including the reason for the textured rooftop. The crenulated and tiered shapes resemble sails to capture the seaside ambiance of the city. Once inside, you notice the tangible splendor of the design. The main gallery resembles an oyster and has remarkable acoustics due to the size, which maintains 2,000 seats.
Christchurch – Kia Ora, New Zealand
In the morning, the café culture of Sydney returns to life with locals venturing to indulge in salted honey tarts and chocolate fudge cake while sipping their coffee. At breakfast, you delight in your view over Circular Quay as the Central Business District teems with business people venturing to work and shops opening their doors. Your private transfer leads you to Sydney Airport for your flight to Christchurch, New Zealand. The city on the South Island offers a mixture of European ambiance and the gorgeous scenery for which the country is known.
Art projects decorate the streets of the city center and the Botanic Gardens around Hagley Park add layers of extra color to the combination of antique stone structures and shimmering modern architecture. Punters glide down the Avon River beneath the dangling trees. After settling into the comforts of your luxury hotel, you traverse the city accompanied by your guide, culminating in a gondola ride to the top of Mount Cavendish. The cable car travels for nearly 3,100 feet to reach the 1,640-foot summit. From the top, you have a dramatic view spanning the city and reaching the surrounding Canterbury Plains.
Franz Josef – Discovering the South Island
In the morning, the sunlight washes over the Re:START Mall, an area that was rebuilt after the 2011 earthquake to revitalize the downtown area. The 29 stores and single café built out of shipping containers helped re-establish the city center as a chic, inviting, and exciting place to visit for locals and visitors alike. After breakfast, your private transfer escorts you to the train station to board the celebrated TranzAlpine train. The tracks travel nearly 150 miles through 19 tunnels to reach the Greymouth.
You relax in the comforts of your train car for the duration of the scenic ride west. The beauty of untamed New Zealand abounds outside the window, beginning with the sweeping colors of the Canterbury Plains. The grassland shimmers with green and gold spreading over the hills. You find the marvels of the Southern Alps peeking through the sporadic clouds in the distance. The train travels through Arthur’s Pass. Beech forest thrives in the cooler climate and frames the township near the Bealey River.
The pass reaches a height of more than 2,400 feet above sea level. You disembark the train upon reaching Greymouth. Before traveling south to reach the town of Franz Josef, your guide leads you on a short drive north, passing the dairy farms and small symbols of rugged hills to reach the Punakaiki Pancake Rocks. The stunning black sands on the beach lead to captivating views of the cliffs with layered limestone that looks like tall stacks of pancakes. The sea air offers a soothing aroma amidst the sporadic bursts of water spouting from the powerful blowholes.
Franz Josef – Visions of the South Island Glaciers
The aromas of buttery pastries and fresh jam drift through the doors of Picnics Bakery in the morning. You delight in a fresh cup of refreshing coffee before meeting your guide in the lobby of your hotel. You make your way to the helipad where the propellers of the helicopter are warming up. The rush of air chills your cheeks as you step aboard the helicopter ready to lift into the air. The pilot offers insightful commentary about the landscape as you travel through the mountain gully. The rugged terrain frames the undulating ice field that travels over seven and a half miles. The chopper lands on a plateau.
You strap crampons to your feet and follow your guide onto the ice of Franz Josef to continue your unforgettable glacial excursion. The sound of your feet crunching the ice fills the air. The shallow breeze bites your cheeks, carrying sporadic flecks of frost. From a distance, the glacier looked smooth against the black granite peaks. While walking atop the ice, you find a more grainy texture, similar to packed snow. You enter into a natural tunnel. The pure, untouched ice glows unfathomable indigo in the beams of sunlight pouring through the mouth of the passageway.
Queenstown – The Scene of the South Island
At breakfast, you can’t help but think of the light bouncing off the pristine blue ice inside the tunnel. Remembering the helicopter ride over the glacier makes your heart race with excitement. The scent of fresh coffee brings you back to breakfast where you meet your private transfer. After the meal, you set out on a scenic drive south towards the magnificent city of Queenstown, celebrated for the beauty of the surrounding mountains and reflective waters of Lake Wakatipu. The route leads you along the winding roads of Glacier Country. The lush forest grows alongside the roadway and frames the snowcapped mountain peaks in the distance. Stop along the road through Haast Pass to find Fantail Falls.
The cascade divides the forest with a delta-like stream pouring over silver granite for nearly 50 feet. The crystal clear pool waits below. You can also visit the marvelous Blue Pools, known for their crystal clear indigo hues created from the meltwater from the surrounding glaciers. You make another stop in the Gibbston Valley, a famous branch of the Otago wine-growing region. Steep cliffs grow alongside the valley floor where vines thrive in the cool climate. You can take a moment to enjoy the refreshing, fruity notes of a celebrated Pinot Noir with a view to the valley floor before continuing to the shores of Lake Wakatipu in Queenstown.
Queenstown – Enchanting Milford Sound
The sunlight washes over the reflective waters of Lake Wakatipu in the morning. The Remarkables Mountains reach into the sky along the southeastern shores of the water. The gondola returns to a circling steep ascent to the top of Bob’s Peak, which travels at a 220-degree angle to reach the nearly 1,500-foot tall summit. The scent of fresh snow blends with the aroma of strong coffee drifting out of a café. Your guide greets you at the hotel and escorts you south along the secluded scenic road to reach the banks of Milford Sound.
Melted glaciers shaped the fjord, creating marvelous peaks, sensational waterfalls, and the crowning summit of Mitre Peak at 5,550 feet above sea level. Pebbles pave the shoreline leading to granite boulders reflected in the placid surface water. Your boat cruises along the fjord with your captain exclaiming how the famous British author Rudyard Kipling declared the enchanting scenery, “the Eighth Wonder of the World.” Seals lounge on the rocks and bathe in the sun. Crested penguins leap out of the water. Their yellow crests stand out against the black and white plumage. The sound of rushing water grips you as you pass Lady Elizabeth Bowen Falls, which stands at more than 530 feet above sea level while providing Milford Sound with power and water.
Tahiti – Maeva in French Polynesia
The scent of sizzling bacon offers a comforting ambiance in the cool outside temperatures of the South Island. The lobby of your resort offers a warming, roaring fire as you take in the scenic view of the Remarkables Mountains. Indulge in the pleasures of a decadent hot chocolate to embrace the alpine charm of Queensland. The morning is yours to enjoy the town at your leisure. Walk along the pine-knotted buildings or stroll around the shores of Lake Wakatipu along the promenade. You could also take some time to view the Underwater Observatory. The popular site acts as a reverse aquarium, allowing visitors to walk through a series of glass panels looking into the deep waters of the lake.
Freshwater eels emerge from hidden coves and ducks dive down into the cold water in search of unsuspecting trout. Your private transfer meets you in the hotel lobby when you are ready and escorts you to Queenstown Airport for your flight to Tahiti, French Polynesia. You arrive in the evening and find the island awake with the scent of coconut and the sounds of the lapping water. The warm, tropical night contrasts the alpine climate on New Zealand’s South Island. Your private transfer escorts you to the hotel to relax in the exotic landscape amidst the tranquil, soothing sounds of the South Pacific Sea.
Bora Bora – Delights of Bora Bora
The sea breeze rustles the coconut palms soaring above the black sands of Tahiti. The market in Papeete brims with colorful fruits, from mangos to guavas, pineapples to dragon fruits. Pearl shops open their doors along the second level, sparkling with precious stones shaped by oysters. After a refreshing breakfast accentuated by the delectable exotic fruits of the island, your private transfer escorts you to the airport for your brief flight to magnificent Bora Bora. The island radiates serenity and charm embodied in the emerald rainforest, black basalt mountain peaks, and crystal clear turquoise water spanning the shallow lagoon.
You meet your private transfer at the airport and travel across the lagoon by boat, arriving at a stylish comfort with an iconic French Polynesian overwater bungalow. Dig your toes into the hot white sand on the private beach and embrace the marvelous colors of the blossoming Tahitian gardenias. You return to the main shores of the island for a 4x4 jeep safari offering you secluded panoramas and hidden histories beneath the soaring peak of Mount Otemanu.
Avocado and mango trees thrive in the tropical climate, planted by villages in the rainforest terrain. You travel along the unpaved inland roads, ascending the hills to reach a World War II defensive gun looking out over the lagoon. You can see the outline of Raiatea Island in the distance. The rusted but strong metal outlines the preserved gun secured by the US Navy to protect the island from the Japanese invasion. The dangling branches frame the remarkable view of the white sand and stunning South Pacific Sea. In the evening, the rhythmic drums of a Polynesian dance performance call you to dinner.
Bora Bora – Sharks on the Lagoon
The scent of coconut permeates the sea breeze drifting through the windows of your overwater bungalow. You have a secluded view of Mount Otemanu and its twin peak of Mount Pahia. After breakfast, you board a traditional outrigger canoe on the resort’s shores to begin your guided snorkeling private tour of the stunning lagoon. The sea spray splashes over the hull of the boat. The tropical sunlight is already warm on your skin. The lush, verdant rainforest on the island is always within view as you traverse the crystal clear lagoon in search of reef bodies and coral gardens.
After diving into the water at two other sites, the salt begins to form crystals on your shoulders. You reach your final site on the tour, famous for the abundance of manta rays and sharks bold enough to swim next to your boat. Before jumping into the lagoon, you can see the dorsal fin of blacktip reef sharks, immediately understanding their nomenclature based upon the black spot tipping the dorsal fin. The warm, refreshing water offers visibility up to 20 feet in front of you, allowing you to observe the brilliance of the five-foot-long sharks and the giant manta rays whose wingspans can grow up to 23 feet wide.
Bora Bora – Whale of a Time in Bora Bora
The morning light washes over the beauty of the island, returning the jewel-like splendor of the rainforest, mountains, and waters. At breakfast, you bask in the refreshing aroma of coffee made from beans cultivated in the hills of French Polynesia. The day is yours to indulge in the beauty of island life at your preferred pace. Rest with a soothing massage in the celebrated spa at your resort or traverse the circular road around Bora Bora on a bicycle to explore hidden beaches and delightful restaurants. You travel by boat across the lagoon to reach the marina at Vaitape. Board a 21-foot long catamaran and set sail on the deep waters of the South Pacific Sea in search of migrating humpback whales.
The boat manages to stay within view of the shores of Bora Bora offering a different perspective of the twin peaks of Otemanu and Pahia. Your captain offers insight into the lives of the whales and how they pass through the archipelago upon returning from the Antarctic waters. Females can grow up to 52 feet long with dark gray skin and white patches around their stomachs. A nearby splash demands your attention. You turn towards the island where a full-grown humpback breaches the water, managing an elegant pose before crashing back into the sea.
Bora Bora – A Grand Ending to the South Pacific Vacation
At breakfast, you recall the elegance with which the humpback sprung from the water during your whale watching tour the previous day. The luscious scent of coconut and citrusy pineapple brings you back to the delectable flavors of Bora Bora. You delight in fresh banana pancakes, which accentuate the tropical ambiance of the morning light. When you are ready, your private transfer escorts you across the lagoon to Vaitape. You have a chance to visit a local pearl shop.
The boutique is known for its vibrant collection of precious stones ranging from white to green and black to purple. A representative of the shop greets you like an old friend and offers insight into the cultivation of pearls across French Polynesia. They invite you into the workshop to see how they craft each piece of jewelry to best accompany the size, shape, and color of the pearl. After visiting the workshop, you continue to the Bora Bora Airport for your flight home.
- Relish the opportunity to swim with blacktip reef sharks and giant manta rays at a celebrated snorkel spot in the crystal clear waters of Bora Bora
- Bask in a unique tour of Franz Josef Glacier, incorporating a helicopter ride and nice walk along the surface and through tunnels
- Discover the unforgettable colors and abundance of marine life with a full-day tour of the Great Barrier Reef
- Soar through the rainforest of Viti Levu, Fiji on a thrilling zip line excursion
- Learn the intricacies and grand design of the Sydney Opera House with a private tour in and around the iconic structure
- Cruise the pristine waters of Milford Sound in New Zealand to find waterfalls, snowcapped peaks, seals, and crested penguins
- Journey on the TranzAlpine Train for a scenic ride through the remarkable scenery of New Zealand
- View the unforgettable Punakaiki Pancake Rocks on the western shores of New Zealand’s South Island
- Stroll down the oldest street in Australia and wander along the shops within a 19th-century antique arcade
- Witness humpback whales breaching the South Pacific Sea as they migrate towards warmer waters
The unique majesty of your South Pacific vacation encompasses exciting excursions and relaxing beaches, iconic architecture, and captivating scenery. Your 18-day grand adventure begins with your arrival on the island of Viti Levu in Fiji. Your private transfer greets you at Nadi Airport and escorts you to a gorgeous resort overlooking the quiet lapping waters of the South Pacific Sea. The remainder of the day is yours to indulge in the tropical paradise of the island. Lounge on the private beach of your resort or dip into the pool. You could also visit the vibrant market in town for an immersive look at the important heart of any island. On the following morning, your guide greets you in the lobby and escorts you into the rainforest canopy for a fabulous zip line excursion through the trees. Continue deeper into Colo-i-Suva Forest Park to find a fabulous water hole.
You learn more about the culture of Fiji with a morning visit to the Pacific Harbour Arts Village. Continue with a stroll in the Gardens of the Sleeping Giant and walk along the Sigatoka Sand Dunes. Then, your private transfer leads you to the airport for your flight to Cairns, Australia. After settling into the comforts of your luxury hotel, you can walk along the promenade or visit the mangrove forest walkway. You board a boat and set out for a full-day tour of the Great Barrier Reef. Witness glowing corals and search for schools of rainbow-colored fish before returning to shore. Next, you travel into the historic Daintree National Forest to meet your Aboriginal guide. Explore the Mossman Gorge and learn about Dreamtime from the Kuku Yalanji peoples.
Board a flight to Sydney, Australia, meeting your private transfer upon your arrival at the airport. Your luxury accommodation overlooks the boats sailing along Sydney Harbour. You meet your guide in the lobby and set out on a half-day historical tour of the city, encompassing the antique neighborhood of The Rocks and George Street, the oldest street in Sydney. You have a sightseeing cruise around the canals and harbor before a private tour of the iconic Sydney Opera House. Continue to the white sands of Bondi Beach to enjoy the gorgeous waters and vibrant life along the shore.
Fly to Christchurch, New Zealand, where your private transfer escorts you to a hotel at the historic heart of the city. Enjoy a walking tour to view the vibrant history blending European charms with natural beauty, and learn how the vivacious ambiance of the city returned after the 2011 earthquake. Next, you board the TranzAlpine train to Greymouth, basking in the scenery along the way. Meet your private transfer at the train station and view the Punakaiki Pancake Rocks before making your way to Franz Josef. Relish an unforgettable excursion, combining a scenic helicopter tour over Franz Josef Glacier with a guided walk along the icy surface of the ancient frozen waterway.
Afterward, you take the scenic road to Queenstown, stopping along the way to view quiet towns, roaring waterfalls, and sprawling vineyards. After checking into your hotel, you can take the gondola to the top of Bob’s Peak for a panoramic view of the lake and the Remarkables Mountains. Travel south to the shores of Milford Sound and board a luxury cruiser to explore the remarkable fjord. Enjoy the tranquil atmosphere amongst the dramatic landscape to find seals and penguins before returning to Queenstown. Fly to Tahiti to bask in the return of the tropical warmth of the South Pacific.
You fly from Tahiti to the majestic island of Bora Bora. Travel by boat to your resort overlooking the lagoon. Welcome the island paradise with a 4x4 jeep safari around the rainforest at the heart of the island offering hidden histories and breathtaking panoramas. In the evening, you settle into the idyllic beauty during a Polynesian dinner, accompanied by a dance performance. You explore the lagoon on a private boat, visiting the coral gardens and snorkeling with sharks and manta rays.
Delight in a delicious lunch on a secluded islet before returning to the resort to have the remainder of the day at your leisure. Bask in the sands of a remote beach or hike through the Valley of the Kings. Traverse the circular road on the island with a bicycle or search the South Pacific Seas for humpback whales. The day is yours to relish the marvels of the island at your preferred pace. On the final day, your private transfer greets you at the hotel and escorts you to Bora Bora Airport for your flight home.
$4,945 per person (excluding international flights)
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