Focusing on what it reads under Food and Economy it speaks of typical ways islanders gather food. In rural areas, people provide much of their own food through fishing, animal husbandry, and gardening of indigenous staple foods.
Stingray Ballet & Snorkel Safari in Bora Bora. Explore the exquisite beauty and undersea denizens of Bora Bora’s lagoon during this stingray ballet and snorkeling safari aboard a covered snorkeling boat.
With its own high peaks, Maupiti is like a mini Bora Bora, without all the glitz. Its five islets are perfect for boat rides and beachside picnics. Mount Teurufaaitu is the highest point on the island, with incredible views of Raiatea, Bora Bora and Taha&
Under "Stay Healthy and Safe" there is a travelers guide to what island food is safe to eat. For example "Bush Meat" such as (bats, monkeys, large rodents etc.) are not uncommon food practice due to many islanders hunting their own food.