Top Dive Bora Bora

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  • Nitrox
  • CCR
  • Internet
  • PADI
  • SSI
  • Restaurant
  • Swimming pool
  • Camera Station
  • Airport Transfer
  • Child Friendly
  • Spa/Massage
  • Gym/Fitness
  • Bar

This mythical island offers some of the most spectacular diving in Polynesia. The 3 dive centers are strategically located to cater to all divers’ needs. Top Dive Bora Bora in Vaitape, facing the only pass called Te Ava Nui, the diving center is perfectly situated for easy access to the ocean's exceptional sites around Bora Bora island.
Top Dive Bora Bora in the InterContinental Resort & Thalasso Spa, this brand new and luxurious dive center offers comfort worthy of this 5 star hotel. This location is perfect for lagoon and Manta ray and shark diving.
The last location in the Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort & Spa offers a quality service for every type of diving.

Accommodation

  • 1 Bora-Bora Pearl Beach Resort & Spa

    price per day: 627 USD

    Bora-Bora Pearl Beach Resort & Spa boasts authentic Polynesian style and architecture and certainly offers some of the most traditionally designed rooms and villas in Bora Bora.

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  • 2 Conrad Bora Bora Nui

    price per day: 855 USD

    Located in a private cove on Motu To'opua, Conrad Bora Bora Nui resort offers bungalows that straddle the water, a soaring backdrop of Mount Otemanu, soft sand beaches, vast views of turquoise sea, limitless skies, and a suite of dining options and resort activities.

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  • 3 InterContinental Le Moana Bora Bora

    price per day: 651 USD

    At InterContinental Bora Bora Le Moana Resort, the day starts with breakfast in your overwater bungalow, delivered on a wooden canoe decorated with exotic flowers. Spend the morning exploring world-class dive sites, jumping straight off your private pontoon into azure waters for a swim, or beachcombing along stunning Matira Beach.

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  • Four Seasons  1405$
  • Le St. Regis Bora Bora Resort 652$
  • Sofitel Bora Bora  339$
  • Maitai Polynesia Bora Bora 237$
  • Hotel Matira 135$
  • Blue Heaven Island 270$
  • Rohotu Lodge 320$
  • Pension Alice & Raphaël 216$

Dining

All hotels and resorts restaurants offer a wide range of international and local cuisine.

Diving

Top Dive Bora Bora is 5 Star PADI dive center which offers 7 days a week, all year round dive tours to the superb dive sites of the atoll.
GoPro Camera rental (photos and videos on DVD or USB flash drive)

  • Fun Dive
  • 2 Tank Dive
  • 6 Dive Inter Island Package
  • 10 Dive Inter Island Pass
  • 20 Dive Inter Island Pass
  • GoPro Camera Rental
  • Free Nitrox

Dive Courses

Top Dive Bora Bora offers PADI and SSI Dive courses.
All PADI specialties are available on request.
All PADI certifications can be split on different islands.

  • PADI Scuba Review
  • PADI Scuba Diver
  • PADI Open Water Referral
  • PADI Open Water
  • PADI Advanced Open Water
  • SSI Scuba Diver
  • SSI Open Water Referral
  • SSI Open Water
  • SSI Advanced Open Water
  • 1 Speciality SSI
  • 2 Speciality SSI
  • 2 Speciality SSI

Equipment Rental

Dive equipment is complimentary for all customers of Top Dive Bora Bora.

Facilities

  • Dive Shop
  • Souvenir Shop
  • Air-conditioned Classroom
  • Camera Rinse Tank
  • Showers
  • Individual Lockers

Services

  • Hotel Pick-Up
  • Hotel Drop-Off
  • Snorkeling Tours
  • Warm Water Showers

Activities

Top Dive Bora Bora offers year round Snorkeling and Dive trips

Getting There

To get Bora Bora flights you must first fly into French Polynesia's Faa'a International Airport, at Papeete, on the main island of Tahiti. 
Flights to Tahiti from Japan
Air Tahiti Nui (TN) has direct flights from Tokyo to Papeete twice per week. Flight time is 11 hours.
Flights to Tahiti from Europe
For Europeans wanting flights to Tahiti, you will need to make your way around to Los Angeles, to connect with a Tahiti flight.
Another option is to venture through Asia to Tokyo or visit New Zealand. From all these airports you can fly directly to Tahiti's International airport in Papeete with Air Tahiti Nui.
Flights to Tahiti from Australia or New Zealand
Both Air New Zealand and Air Tahiti Nui fly directly to Tahiti out of Auckland, New Zealand. Australian's just need to zip across to Auckland with Qantas, to connect to an Air Tahiti Nui flight, or fly the whole way with Air New Zealand. The flight from Auckland to Tahiti is 5 hours.

Customised Packages Available Upon Request

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    Customised Packages Available Upon Request

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  • Tapu

    Exiting the pass, one of the most famous sites of Bora Bora. From the coral drop-off, you will meet lemon sharks, black tip sharks, humphead maori wrasses, moray eels, turtles …

  • Muri Muri

    An exceptional deep blue. Accompanied by grey sharks, you encounter a large coral plateau leading to a sandbank inhabited by a colony of gardener morays. In deep open water, you may sight schools of jacks, Heller’s barracudas, but also turtles and giant barracudas. Anchor or drift dive depending on weather conditions.

  • Haapiti

    From a gently sloping drop-off, shallow craters retain more varied fauna. Near the narrow reef canyons, a magnificent spectacle unfolds. Blacktip and lemon sharks galore, as well as amazing marine flora.

  • Teavanui Pass

    Several steps will lead you to the middle of the pass. Black tip and white tip sharks can be seen, as well as schools of scads, barracudas, tunas…and sometimes manta rays. The way back follows a wall with a variety of blue coral which cannot be found anywhere else.

  • Toopua

    Many tropical fish gather along the wall, among others, anemones with their clown fish. At the bottom, you find a large sand bank where eagle rays and sting rays wander searching for food. Anchor or drift dive depending upon weather conditions.

  • The Aquarium

    Protected site, ideal for beginners. You are welcomed by dozens of multicolored fish among beautiful coral heads.

  • Anau

    You will follow a slope where rose corals grow, they are usually inhabited by various coral fauna. One may very likely meet manta rays there due to the fact that a lot of cleaner fish are waiting for them.

  • Tupitipitu

    At the very southern point of the barrier reef, a breathtaking landscape and an exceptional visibility.
    20 meters deep, many coral boulders have shaped into a network of grotto and canyon where many species are hiding. You will then reach a vertiginous wall covered with lovely flora.

  • Tupai

    A visit to this virgin island promises an unforgettable day. You will appreciate the solitude, enjoying the crystal clear waters and its various spots…from beautiful coral gardens to breathtaking undersea walls. From August and November is the Whale migration season. The humpback whales like to swim in these quiet waters and can be easily approached.