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Hiking in the Valley of Kings on Ancestors Path (moderate level / Lunch not included) - Full Day

Excursion shared Sport Outings (shared)
Bora Bora

A hiking of about 6 hours through the Valley of kings to the "Ancestors' Peak". You will learn the virtues of medicinal plants as well as tales & legends of Bora Bora with your ethnobotanist guide. Discover island treasures hidden in the valley on your way to the top where you will enjoy a breathtaking view on Bora Bora turquoise lagoon and neighbour islands of Raiatea, Tahaa, Huahine and Maupiti.

86 USD per adult


The variety of local botany: many local plants have medicinal properties and are still used today for some of them.

The history of the island of Bora Bora: learn how the island of Bora Bora was born, the characteristics of the population and the legends that feed its history.

Archaeology: visit ancient temples (the "marae") that is still sacred places and walk to the tomb of ancient kings. This is also the lunch break point (not included).

Breathtaking view point: Climb up to the edge to enjoy a panoramic view over the lagoon of Bora and the neighbour islands of Raiatea, Tahaa, Huahine and Maupiti.


- 86 USD per adult

- 86 USD per child

Practical info

Inclusions - Roundtrip transfers to/from tour starting point; Guided tour

Schedules (transfer time from hotels not taken into account) - 08h00 - 14h00

PIck-Up / Drop-Off - At bases or receptions of all hotels or pensions . Hotels Le Méridien & Four Seasons with supplement. Four Seasons - private transfer, rate per boat, maximum capacity of 8 passengers. Conrad (ex Hilton) - Hotel Shuttle Boat to add at extra charge, about 6?/pers, direct payment at the hotel. Pensions on a Motu - Roundtrip transfer to the main island's base to add at extra charge. Direct payment at the pension. Public rates mentioned on each pension's Fact Sheet.

Spoken Languages - English, French

Children Info - Minimum 10 years old

Important - LUNCH NOT INCLUDED, ask for a lunch box to your hotel !!

Information on this Factsheet is subject to change without prior notice.

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