Incentive Travel in Bora Bora: A Trip For Every Bucket List

Just Back from Bora Bora! Thanks to my good friend David at Air Tahiti Nui, I’m just back from a “Bucket List” experience in French Polynesia. I’ve heard stories, I’ve seen pictures, but there is no way to comprehend the beauty of incentive travel to Bora Bora until you see it with your own eyes.

We did one night in Tahiti, a ferry to Moorea, one night in Moorea and a quick flight to Bora Bora for the remainder of the trip. There were 10 of us on the trip, who had a combined total of 160 years of incentive travel experience, all of us first timers to Bora Bora. You name a destination, and one of us had been there. It’s not easy to impress a group like that. But flying into Bora Bora, as soon as the island came into view, we were like a bunch of giddy kids who had never left the United States.

We visited the Four Seasons, St. Regis, Intercontinental Thalasso, Intercontinental Le Moana, Le Meridian, Hilton, Pearl Beach Resort and Hotel Maitai. I was blown away by the beauty at each and every property, all would be excellent options for incentive travel to Bora Bora. English is not widely spoken on the island, but the bigger the resort, the easier it was to communicate with the staff.

In a typical Julie move, my credit card ended up at the bottom of the ocean next to my over-water bungalow. In fabulous Four Seasons Resort style, the bellman that was driving by, de-robed, and immediately jumped over the railing to rescue my card. The water was deep, and I kid you not, you could make out the Bank of America logo on my card under 30 feet of water.

This may be the most perfect place on earth to get away from it all. Your attendees will be awestruck, and will never forget you for their incentive travel to Bora Bora trip. Let’s make it happen for them, I would love to help!

Plan your own bucket trip with us today! See how on our Incentive Travel page.

 

Julie Blank

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