Best Bora Bora & Moorea deals for July: Overwater bungalows from US$575
If you are considering booking a Bora Bora overwater bungalow in the month of July, you are far from alone. This is the single busiest and most expensive month for all resorts in Bora Bora, Moorea, and Tahiti, largely due to the fact that it’s honeymoon season and the destinations are so popular in that regard.
There is a little good news, however, as more resorts are actually showing online rates for overwater bungalows. In past summers it’s been difficult to even find any availability online, probably because resorts can make more money by packaging deals together with travel agents to fill the bungalows up.
The best deals we can find for overwater bungalows in July are below:
Best Moorea overwater bungalow deals for July
Moorea is the cheaper of the two islands, and it’s easier to reach because it’s a short distance from Tahiti.
Intercontinental Moorea Resort & Spa for US$575 per night, per couple
At only US$575 per night for overwater bungalows, the IC Moorea is actually a bit of a bargain during the busiest month of the year. The overwater bungalows are quite large, and the resort gets very good reviews.
These rates aren’t much higher than their rates during the slower months, so this one really stands out if you are finding that the others seem too pricey during this time of year.
Moorea Pearl Resort & Spa for US$680 per night, for two
The Moorea Pearl is another with fairly reasonable room rates on overwater bungalows, at least for the season. They have 28 of these luxury huts out over their lagoon, and each has a glass-floor section to help appreciate the sea life below.
Best Bora Bora overwater bungalow deals for July
Getting to Bora Bora requires a flight of about 50 minutes from Tahiti, but when you get there it is totally worth it.
Sofitel Bora Bora Private Island for US$775 per night
This is probably the best overwater bungalow bargain in Bora Bora in July, as rates for the Private Island portion of this once-combined resort are a bit lower than the mainland section.
Guests here get access to everything in both sections of the resort, and with the free boat ride to the mainland, it’s even easy to go outside the resort for dining or shopping purposes.
Sofitel Bora Bora Marara Beach Resort for US$860 per night
This is the older of the two sister resorts at the south end of Bora Bora, although in many respects it is all one big resort.
Le Meridien Bora Bora for US$940 per night
With 85 gorgeous overwater bungalows, the Le Méridien is one of the larger overwater resorts in Bora Bora, and still one of the more affordable. The lagoon here is stunning, even if the bungalows are smaller than some others.
Hilton Bora Bora Nui Resort & Spa for US$938 per night
This is another that actually feels like a pretty good bargain, all things considered. The Bora Bora Hilton is easily one of the best resorts on the island, and it’s even the hotel where the Kardashians stayed a few years ago.
InterContinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa for US$1,131 per night
The 80 overwater bungalows at the IC Bora Bora Thalasso are all huge and very luxurious. They are obviously not cheap in the month of July (or ever), but at least you get a lot for your vacation money if you stay here.
The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort for US$1,625 per night
As pricey as these huge overwater bungalows might seem at this rate, they aren’t actually that bad since it’s rare that they go for less than US$1,000 at any time of year. If you can afford this place, you are pretty much guaranteed to be happy here.
Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora for US$1,873 per night
No surprise to see who is offering the most expensive overwater bungalows in July. The Four Seasons Bora Bora has 100 of them, and they are one of the finest resorts in the world. If you have to ask, you probably should stay elsewhere, but if you are looking for the best of everything, this is probably your top choice.