Bora Bora

Bora Bora – the leading lady of the Society Islands – plays host to some of the worlds most impressive overwater bungalows. The island’s very name is byword for all things romantic and many of Bora Bora’s most renowned hotels are located on the islets (motu) surrounding the islands gin-clear lagoon with breath-taking views towards the majestic peak of Mount Otemanu – Bora Bora’s highest mountain. Lush mountainous landscapes are protected from the ocean by a coral ring which forms a barrier reef – hence the existence of iridescent lagoons where the lighter turquoise and emerald waters contrast with the darker blues of the ocean.

Turquoise Turns Twenty

21st April 2022
by James Bell

I can’t believe it’s been twenty years since we started the business. So much has changed and yet so little at the same time. Our objectives, desire and passion that we set out with all those years ago still burn as bright as ever, with our goal to create a truly unique travel business remaining […]

How to Choose the Perfect Overwater Bungalow in Bora Bora

24th November 2020
by Suzy Higgs

Bora Bora. One of the most iconic destinations in the world. This infamous idyll is a honeymoon dream, a once in a lifetime bucket-list goal, an extraordinary family holiday… whatever your reason for setting Bora Bora in your sights, you can be sure that it won’t disappoint! We know from experience that those blues and […]

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