While not known as an “all inclusive destination” Bora Bora resorts offer various meals plans. You can select a package with Half Board (breakfast and dinner) or with Full Board (three meals daily). And there's one full all inclusive option at Le Meridien Bora Bora.
Bora Bora island is not really an island… It’s an atoll – a cluster of small islets that surround the lagoon. Most of the Bora Bora resorts are located on their own islets or motus away from the rest of the world. That’s why most of the luxury Bora Bora resorts guarantee ultimate privacy and exclusivity. With such isolation most of your time will be spent at the resort and at the resort’s restaurants and bars. While not necessary, it often makes sense to have all or some of your meals included in the package. That way everything is pre-arranged and you don’t need to worry about a thing during your Bora Bora vacation. Half Board (breakfast and dinner) as well as Full board (3 meals daily) are offered by all hotels. While some restrictions apply (surcharge for fine dining or certain items) you usually have a choice of different restaurants for lunch and dinner with breakfast offered buffet-style. French Polynesia is not known as “all inclusive” destination, but Le Meridien Bora Bora is the only resort that offers meal plans that include food and beverages. It’s also possible to mix and match - have most of your meals at the resort and schedule a few outings to the popular restaurants in Bora Bora.