The exquisite beauty and undersea dwellers of Bora Bora's lagoon are for you to discover during this shark and stingray snorkeling safari aboard a covered lagoon cruiser.
Your boat heads toward the ancient crater rim of Motu Tapu, dropping anchor on a shallow sandbank. You'll have the opportunity to discover first-hand the elegant, yet harmless stingrays. Watch in amazement as your guide hand feeds the stingrays while they glide effortlessly around you. If you are willing, your guide will even help you get close enough to touch them. There is also a good chance you’ll see some harmless black tip sharks in the lagoon as well, so keep an eye out for them.
You will also stop to explore the pristine coral gardens by the barrier reef. After a safety briefing and snorkeling instructions, you’ll enter the water and enjoy the colorful marine life that abounds.
Need to Know:
Note: Tour is not recommended for guests with mobility concerns. Participants must be in good physical condition and be good swimmers. It will be necessary to negotiate a ladder to enter and exit the water from the boat. Guests must be comfortable wearing the snorkeling equipment provided (mask and snorkel), being in deep water as depths cannot be guaranteed, and able to cope with occasional currents. The snorkeling locations selected may vary dependent upon sea conditions and visibility. There are no changing facilities. Swimwear worn under a cover-up, sun cap, sunglasses, biodegradable sunscreen, towel and water shoes are recommended. Guests are cautioned not to touch or step on the coral reef for both safety and environmental reasons. Those participating in any water activities do so at their own risk and responsibility.
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Tours with this activity level involve physical exertion for extended periods of time; can involve uneven or steep terrain or swimming in a light current. Recommended only for physically fit and adventurous travelers.
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