An Unforgettable Adventure at the Bora Bora Lagoonarium
Dressed in classy world class resorts, sparklingly clear blue waters and stunning white sand beaches, Bora Bora is one of the most beautiful island getaways in the world. Situated in French Polynesia, Bora Bora is considered as one of the most amazing volcanic islands dressed in beautiful lagoons and untouched coral reefs and marine life.
Whether traveling alone, on a romantic getaway, with your friends or with your family, there are plenty of water-based activities that you can get involved in to make your vacation even more enjoyable and unforgettable. One of the most favorite island attractions that tourists will go to is the Bora Bora Lagoonarium.
Located on a private islet, Bora Bora Lagoonarium is a family owned Water Parench Polynesiark with an aquarium that houses a wide array of sea creatures only found in French Polynesia. Some of these marine animals include turtles, rays, sharks, and colorful fishes of different sizes. These animals are fed on a regular basis and are used to be around humans.
What makes Bora Bora Lagoonarium different from other Lagoonariums in the island is that visitors can swim together with the marine animals. While it is already fun to just do sightseeing, it becomes more exciting and adventurous coming up close and personal with these animals.
How to Get There
Most tours in Bora Bora will include Bora Bora Lagoonarium in their itinerary. Guests will be provided with snorkeling gears so they can begin interacting with the sea animals. If you want to make the most out of your visit at the Lagoonarium, you can opt to book for a full day tour.
That gives you more time to swim and snorkel in the lagoon. Aside from that, an island tour through an outrigger canoe, barbecue picnic on an islet and a visit to the Bora Bora Coral Gardens are included in the tour package.
Once you have decided to include the Lagoonarium in your itinerary, you must book at the reservation office as early as possible to ensure availability of the tour company. Hotel pickup and drop off together with the rent of the snorkeling equipment are usually inclusive in the tour packages.
Even if you do not have any experience in scuba diving, you will still have the opportunity to interact with the animals. There are plenty of professional and well-trained guides in the area who will go with you and teach you how to socialize with the animals in the best and safest way.
Shark and ray feeding exhibition is one activity that the guides will show to the guests. The guides are already very knowledgeable about the behavior of the animals and they will show guests how they do their day by day feeding.
This particular activity requires specific knowledge and high expertise and is a very rare event, so you must include it in your itinerary and not miss it.