Bora Bora with Maupiti

The big-ticket item is always the pearl—black and a few other lustrous colors. There are several art galleries, and boutiques selling pareos, curios, gifts, and souvenirs. Many shops open early, close for an hour and a half for lunch and then open again around 1:30 pm and stay open until 7 pm. Many are closed on Sunday.

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  • 1. Alain & Linda

    Paofai Bay | Art Galleries

    The gallery's French owners came to Bora Bora 38 years ago on their honeymoon, loved it, and returned a few years later to live there. The lovely...Read More

  • 2. Alain Despert Studio

    Art Galleries

    This French artist moved to Bora Bora in 1986, and from his hillside studio above Matira Beach, paints vivid Bora Bora scenes and depictions...Read More

  • 3. Chez Garrick Yrondi

    Amanahune | Art Galleries

    Garrick Yrondi is a Frenchman who has lived on various islands of French Polynesia since he was two years old. He paints oils and watercolors...Read More

  • 4. Boutique Paiki

    Matira Point | Art Galleries

    This boutique and art gallery is owned by Isa Motuehitu and specializes in Polynesia art and gifts. Her husband Fati, owns Fati Tattoo next door. ...Read More

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