Thursday, January 24, 2008



Shark  Encounter 
lagoon cruiser. Once you’re past famous Motu Tapu, the captain will drop anchor on a shallow sandbank, a favorite haunt of several lithe gray stingrays. With your capable guide’s assistance, you will be able to touch these creatures as they swim an effortless ballet around you. Harmless black tip sharks are often seen in the lagoon as well, and there is a good chance for an encounter.

Notes:The Bora Bora Lagoonarium is a natural aquarium on a small motu 

The Bora Bora Lagoonarium is a natural aquarium on a small motu (island), just east of the main island. (By "natural," we mean that this aquarium isn't man-made. Rather, it's a portion of the actual lagoon). One of the coolest things about this family-owned attraction is that you can actually snorkel on the premises, under the supervision of wildlife guides. Beneath the lagoon's surface, you'll spy sharks, turtles, rays, and many different kinds of ocean fish. And depending on what tour you choose (full-day, half-day morning, or half-day afternoon), you'll enjoy a number of other perks like a canoe tour of the island or a barbeque picnic.

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