Preserving Bora Bora’s Beauty

Our Commitment to Responsible Tourism

Tourism is a wonderful activity that enables us to explore new places and have unforgettable experiences. However, it is essential to recognize that this activity can have negative impacts on the fauna and flora of our favorite destinations, especially on the natural treasures of Bora Bora. At Rohivai Tours, we are committed to minimizing our impact on the lagoon and marine life of this paradise island to the greatest extent possible.

Our commitment to environmental preservation is evident through a series of concrete actions.

Use of Mooring Buoys on Coral Reefs

We use mooring buoys for anchoring our vessels. This prevents damage to fragile coral reefs that house exceptional biodiversity.

Respect for Animal Viewing Techniques

During our excursions, we encourage our customers to observe marine wildlife without causing disruption. We provide information on best practices for animal observation, ensuring their well-being.

Compliance with Local Law No. 2017-25

We strictly adhere to Local Law No. 2017-25, which prohibits feeding sharks and rays. This measure is aimed at preserving the marine ecosystem’s balance.

Waste Sorting and Recycling

Onboard our vessels, we promote the sorting and recycling of plastic bottles and cans. This approach contributes to reducing plastic pollution in our lagoon.

Customer Awareness

We believe that informing our customers about the importance and fragility of coral reefs is essential. We raise awareness among our visitors about the richness of Bora Bora’s marine biodiversity and the need to protect it

We also believe that every individual can become an advocate for the protection of Bora Bora’s lagoon by following some simple guidelines.

Use of Reef-Friendly Sunscreens

Choose sunscreens that are non-harmful to coral reefs. This helps preserve the health of the coral.

Wear UV-Protective Clothing

UV-protective clothing offers effective protection against the sun’s rays while reducing the need for sunscreen use.

Wear a Hat or Cap

Wearing a hat or cap not only protects you from the sun but is also a simple gesture to minimize your impact on the marine ecosystem.

Together, we can act to safeguard coral reefs, preserve marine fauna, and conserve the natural beauty of Bora Bora. At Rohivai Tours, we believe in responsible tourism that respects our environment, and we hope you will join us in this commitment to a sustainable future for our island and lagoon.

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