Ultimate Shark & Ray Adventure with Lunch on a Motu

7.5 Hours
Group Activity

From (USD) $179 Per Adult / $90 Per Child

Ultimate Shark & Ray Adventure with Lunch on a Motu

7.5 Hours
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From (USD) $179 Per Adult / $90 Per Child

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      Ultimate Shark & Ray Adventure with Lunch on a Motu

      Bora Bora, French Polynesia
      From (USD) $179 Per Adult / $90 Per Child
      • Shark feeding: Feel your heart pump and you pulse raise as you watch blacktip sharks, and maybe lemon sharks, feed just a few feet away from you.
      • Ray swimming: Wade in three-foot water and caress the stingrays, then put on your mask and snorkel (included) and dive in to swim along with them.
      • Coral snorkeling: Discover the colorful hustle and bustle of a coral reef. Watch for blue damselfish, yellow angelfish, neon-looking clams, sea turtles, octopus, and more.
      • Seaside picnicking: Enjoy a succulent lunch of grilled fish and meat and poisson cru, the specialty Tahitian marinated raw fish in coconut milk. You'll also feast on vegetables, fruit, coconut cake and Tahitian po'e for dessert, and a variety of drinks.
      • Roundtrip transportation: Hotel pick-up and drop-off from most local hotels is included; an additional fee may apply at some locations, such as Le Meridien.
      About This Bora Bora Tour

      Stingrays get a bad rap. Think about it: To begin with, their name is sting–ray. Which makes them sound mean. And nasty. Like something you don't want to challenge. (That's why they named a muscle car after them.)

      Stingrays are often depicted as deadly creatures with poisonous tails. They bury themselves in the sand, and if you step on one, it will use its stinger on you. But how would like it if someone stepped on you?

      Then there's the way they look. Sleek. Smooth. Hydrodynamic (that's like aerodynamic, but in the water). Stingrays look like a spaceship. So people think of them as cold-blooded aliens that are out to get us.

      But the fact is that stingrays are by nature gentle and docile toward humans. As long as they don't feel threatened, they're fine. So other than not stepping on them, don't swim directly above them, nor directly in front – they'll feel you're blocking their escape.

      That's all for Stingray 101. Be nice to them, they'll be nice to you. And you might even get to pet them.

      Name your poisson

      Poisson cru ("raw fish") is not only the signature dish of Tahiti, but of Samoa and Tonga as well. In all three places, it's prepared essentially the same way: Fresh tuna is marinated in lemon or lime juice until the surface is opaque, then mixed with coconut milk and chopped vegetables that can include cucumber, tomato, onion, green onion, and even spicy peppers. The ceviche-like dish can be made with any type of seafood, including crab, lobster, prawns, and calamari.

      Getting prepared
      Tour Participation Requirements
      Great photo opportunities Great photo opportunities
      Wear sunscreen Wear sunscreen
      Change of clothes Change of clothes
      Bring water Bring water
      Bring water shoes Bring water shoes
      Swim wear Swim wear
      Wear Sunglasses Wear Sunglasses
      Wear Hat Wear Hat
      Cancellation policy

      Non-refundable if canceled within 7 days of requested services.

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