New Eco Center at Le Méridien Bora Bora

For the last 10 years, Le Méridien Bora Bora has run a Turtle Conservation Program that's adored by resort guests. (Saved sea turtles are nurtured in the lagoon before being released into the wild.) To complement this ecological effort, the resort recently unveiled an onsite educational center complete with a submarine observatory, educational aquariums, touch pool, and museum. Guests can learn about the protection of the South Pacific’s marine environment, while getting up close and personal with underwater marvels.

To celebrate the debut of the new Ecological Center, the resort has launched a “Green Package” which includes: four nights' accommodations in a Motu View Bungalow; private VIP Lagoon Discovery Tour; visit to the Ecological Center and access to the resort's daily turtle feeding; one couple's Traditional Polynesian Massage; a stuffed turtle toy; breakfast and buffet dinner for two; and round-trip transfer for two from the airport. Priced from 393,360 XPF (approx. $4,405 U.S.) based on double occupancy for all four nights. For more information, visit www.lemeridien-borabora.com.

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