-Do we need sunscreen?

Although our trucks are covered you will be getting out of the truck a few times and having a little sunscreen is always a good idea. I would recommend SPF 50 sunscreen. It doesn’t go higher that that, if you see more it’s just a gimmick to get you to pay more!

-What kinds of shoes should I wear?

Wear comfortable flip flops/slippers/tongs or shoes, please refrain from wearing anything with heals as when you get out of the truck to visit the sites the ground can be a bit uneven.

-Should I bring a camera?

Definitely bring your camera, there will be many picture taking opportunities along the way. It’s really hard to miss a shot in Bora Bora.

-Is it safe?

We have engineered our roads to be the safest on the island. Our tour is designed around safety first and our Tour guides have been trained with that on their minds first!

-Should I bring money?

I would advise you to bring a bit of money as we do make a stop at a Pareu (sarong) workshop. These Pareu’s are fairly inexpensive and a great hand made souvenir from Bora Bora.

-What happens if it rains?

Our trucks have a top and if necessary we do have side covers we pull down which are see through.
-I have a bad back can I still go?

We have taken many people that have bad backs and we make sure to be extra careful when someone with that condition is on board! Even having that person sit next to the driver so that they are facing frontwards. We have designed our roads to be as easy as possible.

-How many stops or sites do we visit?

It really depends on the weather and road conditions. But in general we have about 3 to 4 stops in the mountains and 2 or 3 around the main road.

-How long is the tour?

The tour is about 3hrs long

-Are there bugs and mosquitoes?

Depending on the seasons there will be more than other times. But I would recommend you bringing your own bug repellant, especially if your skin is extra sensitive to mosquito bites.

-My hotel is located on a private island who do I get to you? Or how do you pick me up?

For all hotels we do pick you up on the main island of Bora Bora. Each hotel has a specific pick up locations around the island.

-Does my guide speak my language?

We have guides that can speak English, Spanish, Italian, French and Japanese.

-Do we need sunscreen?

Although our trucks are covered you will be getting out of the truck a few times and having a little sunscreen is always a good idea. I would recommend SPF 50 sunscreen. It doesn’t go higher that that, if you see more its just a gimmick to get you to pay more!

-What kinds of shoes should I wear?

Wear comfortable flip flops/slippers/tongs or shoes, please refrain from wearing anything with heals as when you get out of the truck to visit the sites the ground can be a bit uneven.

-Should I bring a camera?

Definitely bring your camera, there will be many picture taking opportunities along the way. It’s really hard to miss a shot in Bora Bora.

-Is it safe?

We have engineered our roads to be the safest on the island. Our tour is designed around safety first and our Tour guides have been trained with that on their minds first!

-Could you drop us off at a restaurant after?

We actually recommend making a restaurant reservation on the main island so that after the tour we can drop you off at the restaurant of you choosing.

-What happens if it rains?

Our trucks have a top and if necessary we do have side covers we pull down which are see through.

-Can we bring children?

We do not take children on this tour as the tour is for adults only.

-I have a bad back can I still go?

We have taken many people that have bad backs and we make sure to be extra careful when someone with that condition is on board! Even having that person sit next to the driver so that they are facing frontwards. We have designed our roads to be as easy as possible.

-How many stops or sites do we visit?

For the Bubbly sunset tour we have 2 stops at the lookout points. It’s a much shorter version of the regular 4×4 tour where we focus on 2 stops so that you can finish the tour watching the sunset at the best spot on the island.

-Are there bugs and mosquitoes?

Depending on the seasons there will be more than other times. But I would recommend you bringing your own bug repellant, especially if your skin is extra sensitive to mosquito bites.

-My hotel is located on a private island who do I get to you? Or how do you pick me up?

For all hotels we do pick you up on the main island of Bora Bora. But we do not offer this tour at a couple of hotels such as the intercontinental Thalasso and the Bora Bora Nui Resort, because their shuttle services don’t match with the tour time.

-Does my guide speak my language?

We have guides that can speak English, Spanish, Italian, French and Japanese.
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-Do we need sunscreen?

Although our trucks are covered you will be getting out of the truck a few times and having a little sunscreen is always a good idea. I would recommend SPF 50 sunscreen. It doesn’t go higher that that, if you see more its just a gimmick to get you to pay more!

-What kinds of shoes should I wear?

Wear comfortable flip flops/slippers/tongs or shoes, please refrain from wearing anything with heals as when you get out of the truck to visit the sites the ground can be a bit uneven.

-How do we get to the private island for lunch?

We have a boat shuttle that will take you to our private island, where you will spend the rest of the afternoon.

-Do we need towels?

We do offer towels, but if you want to bring your own feel free.

-Do we need snorkeling gear?

-We will have snorkeling equipment available for your use (Mask and Snorkel) if you wish to have fins. Please grab some from your hotel’s activities center.

-How do we get back to the hotel?

We take you back to the hotel by Boat.

-Should I bring a camera?

Definitely bring your camera, there will be many picture taking opportunities along the way. It’s really hard to miss a shot in Bora Bora. If you have an underwater camera bring one as well! If not we do have Gopro’s available for rent for the day.

-Is it safe?

We have engineered our roads to be the safest on the island. Our tour is designed around safety first and our Tour guides have been trained with that on their minds first!

-Should I bring money?

I would advise you to bring a bit of money as we do make a stop at a Pareu (sarong) workshop. These Pareu’s are fairly inexpensive and a great hand made souvenir from Bora Bora.

-What happens if it rains?

Our trucks have a top and if necessary we do have side covers we pull down which are see through.
-I have a bad back can I still go?

We have taken many people that have bad backs and we make sure to be extra careful when someone with that condition is on board! Even having that person sit next to the driver so that they are facing frontwards. We have designed our roads to be as easy as possible.

-How many stops or sites do we visit?

It really depends on the weather and road conditions. But in general we have about 3 to 4 stops in the mountains and 2 or 3 around the main road.

-How long is the tour?

The tour is about 5hrs long

-Are there bugs and mosquitoes?

Depending on the seasons there will be more than other times. But I would recommend you bringing your own bug repellant, especially if your skin is extra sensitive to mosquito bites.

-My hotel is located on a private island who do I get to you? Or how do you pick me up?

For all hotels we do pick you up on the main island of Bora Bora. Each hotel has a specific pick up locations around the island. (Click here for schedule)

-Does my guide speak my language?

We have guides that can speak English, Spanish, Italian, French and Japanese.

-Do we need sunscreen?

Sunscreen is a very good idea as the sun in Bora Bora is deceivingly strong. I would lather several times throughout the day. I would recommend SPF 50 sunscreen. It doesn’t go higher that that, if you see more its just a gimmick to get you to pay more!

-Do we need towels?

We do offer towels, but if you want to bring your own feel free.

-Do we need snorkeling gear?

We will have snorkeling equipment available for your use (Mask and Snorkel) if you wish to have fins. Please grab some from your hotel’s activities center.

-Is the tour dangerous?

The lagoon tour is not dangerous at all, we do recommend to be a bit cautious when around the stingrays and anytime getting on and off the boat.

-What is for lunch?

Small Salad buffet, grilled chicken, local fish, cold pasta, and sautéed herb Potatoes.

-Do you serve Vegetarian dishes?

We do have veggie-based dishes, we can make vegetarian side dishes based on special request. Please let us know ahead of time to work something out for you.

-What kind of drinks do you serve?

We do have our local beer Hinano (golden beer) and soft drinks available for you.

-Where is the private island located?

We have a very unique private island for Bora Bora, located on the south east side of the island. What is unique about this island is that it has a little mount, which you can hike up it and enjoy the beautiful view.

-How do I get on and off the boat when snorkeling?

We have Special ladders that make it easy for anyone to get up and down it.

-What time do we get picked up?

You can see the schedule by clicking right here.

-Do you serve lunch?

On this tour we do not serve lunch, but we can drop you off at the restaurant of your choosing.

-Do we need sunscreen?

Sunscreen is a very good idea as the sun in Bora Bora is deceivingly strong. I would lather several times throughout the day. I would recommend SPF 50 sunscreen. It doesn’t go higher that that, if you see more its just a gimmick to get you to pay more!

-Do we need towels?

We do offer towels, but if you want to bring your own feel free.

-Do we need snorkeling gear?

We will have snorkeling equipment available for your use (Mask and Snorkel) if you wish to have fins. Please grab some from your hotel’s activities center.

-How do I get pick up and dropped off?

For the morning portion of the tour we will pick you up at your hotel lobby with our trucks if your hotel is on the main island. Or if your hotel is located on a private island you will have to take the hotel shuttle to the main island and we will pick you up at their normal drop off location. (For shuttle times please click here.)

-Do we need sunscreen?

Although our trucks are covered you will be getting out of the truck a few times and having a little sunscreen is always a good idea. I would recommend SPF 50 sunscreen. It doesn’t go higher that that, if you see more its just a gimmick to get you to pay more!

-What kinds of shoes should I wear?

Wear comfortable flip flops/slippers/tongs or shoes, please refrain from wearing anything with heals as when you get out of the truck to visit the sites the ground can be a bit uneven. I would also recommend water shoes for when you are in the lagoon portion of the tour.

-Do we need towels?

We do offer towels, but if you want to bring your own feel free.

-Do we need snorkeling gear?

-We will have snorkeling equipment available for your use (Mask and Snorkel) if you wish to have fins. Please borrow some from your hotel’s activities center.

-How do we get back to the hotel?

We take you back to the hotel by Boat.

-Should I bring a camera?

Definitely bring your camera, there will be many picture taking opportunities along the way. It’s really hard to miss a shot in Bora Bora. If you have an underwater camera bring one as well! If not we do have Gopro’s available for rent for the day.

-Is it safe?

We have engineered our roads to be the safest on the island. Our tour is designed around safety first and our Tour guides have been trained with that on their minds first!

The Sea portion of the tour is also very safe as the tour will be within the lagoons of Bora Bora.

-Should I bring money?

I would advise you to bring a bit of money as we do make a stop at a Pareu (sarong) workshop. These Pareu’s are fairly inexpensive and a great hand made souvenir from Bora Bora. And you will have to take care of your own lunch once we drop you off at the restaurant of your choosing.

-What happens if it rains?

Our trucks have a top and if necessary we do have side covers we pull down which are see through.
-I have a bad back can I still go?

We have taken many people that have bad backs and we make sure to be extra careful when someone with that condition is on board! Even having that person sit next to the driver so that they are facing frontwards. We have designed our roads to be as easy as possible.

-How long is the tour?

The tour is about 7hrs long, all day tour.

-Are there bugs and mosquitoes?

Depending on the seasons there will be more than other times. But I would recommend you bringing your own bug repellant, especially if your skin is extra sensitive to mosquito bites.

-Where do you pick us up?

We will pick you up directly at your hotel pier unless stated otherwise at the time of your booking.

-How to we dress for this?

You can dress casually on this tour you will be going on up and down a boat, and a short hike up a hill.

-Is there much walking on this tour?

When we arrive on our private island there is a short walk up stairs to get to the Star Map.

-Should I bring sunscren?

The tour starts right before sunset, so you might need a little during sunset time.

-What do we get to drink?

We will available some sparkling wine, white wine, red win, Hinano beer and water.

-Is the Tour wheel Chair accessible?

Unfortunately the tour does not allow for a wheel chair. As there are stairs that take you up to the lookout point.

-What kind of drinks do you serve?

We do have our local beer Hinano (golden beer) and soft drinks available for you.

-Where is the private island located?

We have a very unique private island for Bora Bora, located on the south east side of the island. What is unique about this island is that it has a little mount, which you can hike up it and enjoy the beautiful view.

-What time do we get picked up?

You can see the schedule by clicking right here.