During our shared tour, we stop three of four times (depending on the group timing and the sea conditions), at different cardinal points of the island to snorkel in the most preserved coral gardens of the lagoon. Our clients will see a rich variety of fishes like anemone fishes, moray, beautiful coral formations, and we will try as well to let you snorkel with the amazing Manta and Eagle rays.
Our expert team of naturalist guides snorkel with the clients to show them the fauna and help those who are not confident in the water, explaining during the tour the reef and island's formation and interesting facts about Bora Bora. For novice snorkeler and for non-swimmer, we highly recommend a private tour to allow the guide to be with the clients 100% of the time.
We will come to pick you up directly by boat near by your hotel or your cruise ship, between 8:00 am and 8:45 am depending on your location. We only take 8 people maximum per boat, then our guests receive highly personalized treatment.
Onboard we provide comfortable life vests and snorkeling equipment, mineral water, soft drinks, local juices and beach towels too.
We arrange pick up service on complementary basis, at the closest place from your hotel or cruise ship
8:00 am to 8:45 am
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
Fantastic! One of the best 4 hour excursions we have ever taken. Our guide, Vehi, was incredible. He helped us find more than a dozen spotted eagle rays as well as manta rays, spinning dolphins, eels, great places to snorkel …. my only regret was not having a good underwater camera. Easy to use with Windstar. Pick-up spot is the tender drop-off location. Perfect day!
Enjoy the magnificent lagoon and coral reefs of Bora Bora in a small group with Pure Snorkeling by Reef Discovery. Snorkeling allows you to observe marine life as the Manta Rays, just below the surface of the most beautiful lagoon on earth! Our tours are ideal for all ages, and are a great recreational activity; you experience nature during close encounters with marine inhabitants, without heavy equipment or training.