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Shark & Ray Lagoon Safari and Motu TAPU - half day

Excursion shared Tropical Wonders (shared)
Bora Bora

Small family business native of the island, the Tepeva family will take you onboard one of its boats on exceptional preserved sites they discovered themselves, away from the bustle of the famous touristic spots. Ray, shark, octopus, lagoon fish, reef... it's in a friendly atmosphere that the son or dad Tepeva will share its knowledge. To finish in style, discover one of the most beautiful motu of the Bora Bora, the mythical Motu Tapu, former residence of the queen and property prohibited to any person outside the court, hence its name of "tapu" (banned in Tahitian).

85 USD per adult

Highlights

Black tip Sharks & Sting Rays Watching:
Standing in the 3-feet deep water, you will have the opportunity to touch the sting rays and get to know them closely. The location where the black tip sharks are fed is close to the corral barrier, a rope is attached under the 3-feet deep water for safety purpose. From there, you can see the sharks, colorful fish and rays.

Snorkeling
Discover the most beautiful coral garden of the isle and enjoy the breathtaking underwater world: multicolor clams, shoals and colorful fishes and corals near the reef...This snorkeling spot is located in shallow water allowing swimmers of all level to enjoy this stop.
A 2nd snorkeling stop is scheduled in a deep water spot (about 5-6 meters deep), plenty of colourful fishes!

Motu Tapu:
Enjoy a moment on this beautiful motu of the white sand beach with stunning view and surroundings.

Rates

- 85 USD per adult

- 43 USD per child

Practical info

Inclusions - Local guides, Fresh fruits and drinks during the tour, Beach towels, Snorkeling equipement (mask, snorkel)

Schedules (transfer time from hotels not taken into account) - 08h30 - 12h30

PIck-Up / Drop-Off - All Hotels, Guest House Village Temanuata Village, meet in Vaitape for Rohotu

Spoken Languages - English, French.

Vehicle Info - Motorized covered boat

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