How to find the cheapest flight from Melbourne (MEL) to Bora Bora
All the information you need to plan the best MEL to BOB flight in 2021: compare Melbourne to Bora Bora flight prices with the expected peak season, weather and rainfall in Bora Bora.
What is the cheapest month to fly from Melbourne to Bora Bora?
February can be a great time to fly to Bora Bora from Melbourne with a flight ticket averaging about $1,823. Cheapflights users have found deals in the month of February for as cheap as $1,575. The most expensive prices can be found in the month of December.
When is the cheapest time to fly from Melbourne to Bora Bora (ME1 - zzFVG)?
When flying from Melbourne to Bora Bora, the time of day you decide to fly out makes little to no difference towards the overall price you’ll pay on tickets.
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How popular is this Melbourne to Bora Bora flight route?
The Melbourne to Bora Bora flight path was viewed by 192 users in the past month. Keep an eye out for changes in search interest prior to high and low season.
What are the cheapest flights from Melbourne to Bora Bora?
Looking at all options, your cheapest flight can be booked for $1,660. While the most popular route (Melbourne - Vaitape Motu-Mute) can be booked for $2,136 on average our data indicates $1,926 when flying from Melbourne to Bora Bora
How long is the flight from Melbourne to Bora Bora?
At least 24 hours long – and sometimes up to 36 hours long.
Which airlines operate flights from Melbourne to Bora Bora?
You’ll probably have to use a combination of airlines, including Air Tahiti, Air Tahiti Nui, Delta Air Lines, Jetstar Airways and Qantas Airways.
How frequent are flights between Melbourne and Bora Bora?
Indirect flights from Melbourne to Bora Bora take off several times a day.
Which airports serve Melbourne and Bora Bora?
Melbourne Airport (AKA Tullamarine Airport) and Bora Bora Airport (AKA Motu Mute Airport).
Which direct flight route between Melbourne and Bora Bora is cheapest?
There aren’t any direct Melbourne to Bora Bora flights. Each journey includes at least 2 stops.
Jump on a flight from Melbourne to Bora Bora, and you’ll be on your way to one of the prettiest islands in the South Pacific.
Beach bums, scuba divers, sailors and snorkellers flock to the bright turquoise lagoon and coral reefs – and the clutch of five-star hotels.
Most visitors split their time between the beach and the water. Matira Beach deals out ivory-white sand and palm-covered hills. And the lagoon is a launch pad for sunset cruises and watersports.
Then there’s Mount Otemanu. This extinct volcano has two peaks and forested foothills that hide away trails and picnic spots.
Not sure which of the routes you should take to Bora Bora? Our search engine clearly highlights the cheapest, quickest and smartest flight results.
Do I need a COVID test to fly to Bora Bora from Melbourne?
Information is based on travel restrictions from Melbourne to Bora Bora
Most visitors from Melbourne need to provide a negative COVID-19 test result and/or quarantine to enter Bora Bora.
COVID-19 testing requirements Visitors from Melbourne must present a negative RT-PCR (NAAT) or Antigen (quick-test) test taken 72 for RT-PCR (NAAT) and 48 Antigen (quick-test) hours before departing to Bora Bora.
Quarantine requirements Visitors from Melbourne are not required to quarantine after entering Bora Bora.
Documents Travel Registration Form - Travelers including citizens and residents arriving by air are required to register on the Polynesian Electronic Travel Information System (ETIS) no later than 6 days prior to travel and confirmation must be presented at check-in. Minors traveling with their parents can be included in their ETIS form. Travelers aged 11 years and over accompanying a vaccinated adult are exempt from declaring an overriding reason.
Do I need a test to fly back to Melbourne from Bora Bora?
Returning to Melbourne from Bora Bora
COVID-19 testing requirements Visitors from Bora Bora must present a negative RT-PCR (NAAT) test taken 72 hours before departing to Melbourne.
Quarantine requirements Visitors from Bora Bora are not required to quarantine after entering Melbourne.
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