InterContinental Bora Bora Le Moana Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsInterContinental Bora Bora Le Moana Resort
Le Moana has a Polynesian feel to the resort. Compared to it's sister resort the Thalasso it is probably 4 stars because it is not as contemporary swanky as one would find. We however loved that this property kept the Polynesian island theme everywhere we went.
The resort is beautifully landscaped and we loved loved loved our beach front bungalow suite. We can't wait to return.
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... breathing underwater, similar to scuba diving. We felt like we were in a James Bond movie. Our mission, if we wished to accept it was to experience an underwater world of tropical fish and coral. It was an unbelievable experience, as if we were in a fishbowl. The little colourful tropical fish surrounded us, as we descended to a depth of approx 3 metres. Theo sat at the front and drove, and I sat at the back and took photos with the GoPro underwater ...
... anchored off the main village, Vaitape, which has shops, banks etc but most of the recommended places of interest (beaches, resorts and remnants of the American air base) were not within walking distance. We weren't enticed by the recommendations so just walked around Vaitape but there wasn't much to see or do, other than cruises and water sports. It certainly has some beautiful scenery but ...
... and both of us ordered poached eggs and helped ourselves to a very average breakfast from the buffet, the best being the eggs and beautiful fresh fruit.
After breakfast we headed back to our room and read our in room brochures as we waited for the rain to stop. We were looking at options for our anniversary, (decisions decisions), a cruise with a crayfish and champagne dinner on a deserted island for $1200, a romantic candle lit meal ...
... BY CIRCLING FEEDING SHARKS! It was pretty intense. Mixed in with the sharks were huge stingrays that swam right up to you. We took our time watching and swimming amongst the sharks and rays. Then back on the boat. Next stop - The Coral Gardens. This place was beautiful. 25 foot deep crystal clear water with coral reaching to within inches of the surface. Fish by the thousands (and one huge moray eel). We swam amongst the beauty for awhile. Next we took a ...
... here more than 15 years. He is a dive instructor. We stopped at 4 snorkeling spots. I told Terry I did not swim well and was afraid of water, so I would just stay by the boat. He showed me the float thing and told me to jump in the water and put it around me, and he would drag me to see the fish. Wow!!! He was SO VERY KIND!! A very patient and kind man!!! So I did snorkeling at all 4 spots!! The best snorkeling experience I'd had!!
First stop was ...