Affordable Travel Guide to Bora Bora All Inclusive Resorts

Far From the Madding Crowd, Close to Perfection

Bora Bora All Inclusive Resorts

If Tahiti tends towards being pricey, Bora Bora is for the few among us who never count what they have in the bank; accordingly Bora Bora all inclusive resorts come with serious prices tags, but are worth every cent. More remote than other parts of French Polynesia, and about 150m/250km northwest of more popular Tahiti, Bora Bora is easily accessed by air in under an hour, with many flights a day emanating from the main area airport in Papeete on Tahiti.

Like Tahiti, Bora Bora is also a volcanic island, surrounded by turquoise seas and blessed with perfect tropical sunshine. So, why would tourists select more expensive Bora Bora all inclusive resorts over Tahitian ones that are also relatively expensive? Because Bora Bora is one of those places with that boasts vacation bragging rights, and its beauty is legendary, but the primary reason is its exclusivity and privacy. Bora Bora is less busy and more upscale than is almost imaginable.

There are two significant and very worthy Bora Bora all inclusive resorts: the St. Regis Resort on the main island of Bora Bora, and the Pearl Beach Resort, situated about 10 minutes by boat off the main island on Motu Tevairoa island. There are regular departures from the city of Vaitape every day that take tourists to Pearl Beach Resort. Both of these Bora Bora all inclusive resorts are lavish, luxurious and expensive, but the experience and service is beyond compare. The other form of Bora Bora all inclusive resort is a cruise.

Pearl Beach all inclusive resort is by a slim margin the less costly of the two land-based vacation properties. A five-star rated resort, it is situated on a lagoon with a spectacular view of Mount Otemanu in the near distance. It is complete with freshwater swimming pools, a stunning white sand beach and thatched-roof huts that extend on small boardwalks out into the ocean. Accommodations are refined and comfortable, and rooms well-appointed.

The absolute height of luxury (and price tag), the St. Regis is the pinnacle of Bora Bora all inclusive resorts. Spanning 44 acres of lush tropical vegetation and appropriately developed beaches, lined with palm trees, the St. Regis offers hotel accommodations that smack of opulence, with luxurious sheets, and local woods used in many elements of the décor. Widely known for its “butler service”, a guest amenity that caters to every whim, the St. Regis boasts private snorkeling and sailing on the ocean and it its exclusive saltwater lagoon, plus a 13,000-square-foot spa facility. Combined with those touches, and an adults-only swimming pool, private daybed cabanas, a swim-up bar and turf tennis courts, this is an exquisite getaway for couples. Torches along the beach at night only add to the ambience.

Bora Bora all inclusive resorts are different from the average in that “all inclusive” does not mean “discounted” in any way. The term, in this case, signifies absolute luxury in one detailed, perfect package, with every aspect of the vacation time meticulously cared for. It’s about being pampered and never having to do anything but relax and enjoy one of the Bora Bora all inclusive resorts for your high-end holiday experience.

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