At InterContinental® Bora Bora Le Moana Resort, the day starts with breakfast in your overwater bungalow, delivered on a wooden canoe decorated with exotic flowers. Spend the morning exploring world-class dive sites, jumping straight off your private pontoon into azure waters for a swim, or beachcombing along stunning Matira Beach. Elsewhere on the island, Mount Otemanu provides some vigorous hiking and stunning views, or just potter about the main village for famed Tahitian black pearls.
Under the shade of our majestic palm trees, Vini Vini Terrace Restaurant provides a cool retreat for all day snacks, frosty drinks or a casual lunch. Located near the pool in view of the white sand beach and the lagoon, this comfortable gathering place offers refreshers such as La Salad Fenua, made with Bora Bora hearts of palm, pineapple and fenua shrimp.
The attractive main hotel restaurant is at the core of the resort building, opening out onto an enclosed patio and down to the beach and lagoon across a superbly landscaped terrace. The setting is relaxing with indoor and outdoor seating and a Polynesian decor. The patio is lit to become the focus for our themed dinners and lively entertainment.
This restaurant is located steps away from the hotel and is quite popular with the locals. It features an extensive selection of dishes, from salads to pizzas and of course popular local specialties.
Bora Bora's finest restaurant only has six tables. Corsican chef Damien Devio creates delicious international cuisine, from filet mignon to curried mahi mahi. Tip: The best, most private table is on the terrace or 'fare tahitien.'
This Bora Bora institution is famous for its barbecued fish. The decor is typically Polynesian, with features such as a thatched roof, bamboo and a sand floor for barefoot dining.