This tip can also be useful for getting cheaper prices on this route. According to our data, the best prices on Copenhagen Bora Bora flights are in June months. Instead of flying in June months, which seem more expensive, you can prefer cheaper months if possible.
Transportation from the City Center to Copenhagen Airport
The distance between Copenhagen Airport and the city center is approximately 8 kilometers, and guests coming to Copenhagen can use transportation vehicles such as taxi, bus, metro and train to reach the airport from the city center. Transportation between the three terminal buildings at the airport is provided by free shuttles.
It is a 15-minute metro ride from the city center to the airport. For this, you can use the metro services that depart from the city center stop of the metro every 4-6 minutes during the day and every 15-20 minutes in the evening. Metro services between the city center and the airport in Copenhagen continue non-stop for 24 hours.
Those who want to reach the airport from the city center by train can take the trains departing from the train station in the city center.
One of the most frequently used means of transportation by passengers who plan to go to the airport from the city center is the bus. Thanks to the bus number 5A, which runs 24 hours a day, it is possible to easily reach the airport from the city center.
In addition, taxi and car rental options provide a great advantage in transportation from the city center to the airport. Those who are considering a fast and comfortable journey can contact the car rental companies located in the city center or the airport.
Transportation from Bora Bora Airport to the City Center
Bora Bora Airport (BOB), also known as Motu Mute Airport, serves the island of Bora Bora in French Polynesia. The airport, which was built by the USA for military purposes during the Second World War, was opened to commercial flights only after 1958.
Since Bora Bora is a community of islets with a population of about 10 thousand and makes its living almost exclusively from tourism, public transportation opportunities are very limited. Most hotels on the island take their guests from the airport by boat and take them directly to their hotels. Some hotels even have their own offices in the terminal. Here they meet you and direct you to the right boat.
If your hotel does not provide this service, you must first take a boat ride to Bora Bora, the main island, to get to your hotel. If you came to the island by Air Tahiti, you can show your ticket and take the free Bora Bora Navette service of Air Tahiti and switch to the boats that pass to the opposite island.
You can use the Air Tahiti services at the place you get off, or you can take one of the buses with your hotel's name on it and set off for your last stop. You can find more information about Bora Bora Navette on the website.
You can also use a taxi to go to your hotel. Although there are a few companies that have passenger transport licenses on the island, they do not tour the island to find customers. So if you are going to take a taxi, you should contact in advance and arrange a meeting point. Your hotel reception or restaurants do this for you. Since taxis do not have a taximeter, you should talk about the price before the journey begins.
Since this is a collection of islets, there are sea taxis as well as normal taxis. If you don't want to wait for your hotel's free boat or if the next boat has more to come, water taxis can be a very good option. Below you can find the contact numbers of some taxi and water taxi companies.
Taxi Simplet (tel. 79.19.31)
Leon (tel. 70.69.16)
Otemanu Tours (tel. 67.70.49)
Jacques Isnard (tel. 67.72.25)
Dino's Land & Water Taxi (tel. 79.29.65).
You can also rent a car to get around the island. Europcar (tel. 800/227-7368) is one of the biggest and most reliable companies out there. Another local company is Fare-Piti Rent a Car (tel. 67.65.28).
Both businesses have offices at the Vaitape pier. You can rent not only cars but also motorcycles and bicycles from these companies. There are approximately 32 km of asphalt roads on the island. That's why you should always drive slowly and carefully, as pigs, chickens, dogs and pedestrians can jump on the road. Especially dogs cause many accidents.
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