On the other hand, for travelers who are opting for guest houses, Air Bnb or smaller hotels need to rely on other travelling modes. With couple of options available like Taxis, Buses, Ferry, Motorbikes and Mini-vans, one could figure out which is more pocket-friendly and convenient. The bus schedule is a little haywire and do not seem to follow a specific time zone so that could be unreliable and disappointing whereas ferries have a specific schedule and are regular but a little expensive costing around Rs.3000 for a ten-minute ride. The best option remains to be renting a motor-bike which would cost approximately Rs.3000 for four to five hours and you can still bargain if you tend to keep the bike for more number of days depending on how accommodating the owner is. Lastly, mini-vans usually pick up a group of people and perform dropping services. They turn out to be much cheaper if you are in a group or even if you are sharing it with strangers.
Food in Bora-Bora
Bora Bora hosts some of the yummiest island food which is a mix of pizzas, local pastas, burgers, roasted chicken and sea-food delicacies. With so many options available, you are guaranteed to never stay hungry on this island. On a comparative basis, one could find a majority of the local food and fresh fruits if you travel through the market or buy yourself a snack from a Roulette (Rolling food trucks that are stationed in the local market). The local carts selling food and the smaller sized restaurants which provide take-away and small seating areas are usually on the affordable side costing around Rs.1000 – 1500 which is definitely a good deal.