IMAGINE yourself on a tropical island sipping champagne with your loved one on the sundeck of a bungalow with crystal clear water lapping below. The scene changes and now you are sailing on the blue water as the sun sets. Such are the delights of the honeymoon package offered by Amanresorts at its Hotel Bora Bora. A short flight away from Tahiti in French Polynesia, the island of Bora Bora is in the centre of a scenic lagoon and surrounded by a necklace of coral. The hotel's 55 Polynesian-style, individual bungalows and fares (pronounced farays, the Tahitian word for home) are set among tropical gardens or on the beach. Deluxe bungalows on the beach feature a lounge overlooking an elevated sundeck and a sea-facing bedroom. Superior bungalows have a sitting area leading to a small, sea-facing patio and a nearby hammock. Bungalows situated over the lagoon feature a king-size four-poster bed and sundeck terrace with shower at water level next to steps into the sea. Premium styles over the deeper water give a close-up view of varied marine life. Spacious fares also have kingsize four-poster beds, as well as a sitting room and large sundeck, some with outdoor jacuzzi. A few are enclosed by a rock garden wall for privacy, with a small swimming pool and outdoor sun pavilion. For couples choosing the Voyage de Noce (honeymoon) package, the three nights' accommodation is in a bungalow, decorated with a 'bed of flowers'. Champagne and fruit is supplied. The price ranges from US$1,810 to US$2,798 (about HK$14,000 to HK$21,600) for two, including a candle-light dinner on the terrace and a 45-minute sail at sunset aboard an outrigger canoe. Or couples can buy the Beyond the Ordinary package, with three nights' accommodation in a pool fare and three nights' private sailing charter on a 50-foot sport-fishing catamaran with full crew service. All meals and soft drinks and sports fishing and snorkelling equipment are provided. Priced at about US$6,890 per couple, this package also includes a jeep excursion on the island. Bungalows start at US$395 per night. Snorkelling, outrigger paddles and sailing canoes, as well as craft lessons and a range of sports, are available. Other attractions are inter-island charters, jeep or local bus excursions and glass-bottom boat tours. In addition, there are nature walks on the barrier reef, shark feeding, scuba diving, cycling or jet-skiing, picnics and beach combing, cruises and deep-sea fishing. Sentimental (non-binding) marriage ceremonies can be performed by a Tahitian dance group leader, followed by a Tahitian dance show and sunset sail.