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Bora Bora

Bora Bora lagoon with its reminiscent of the artist’s palette of blues and greens, was simply love at first sight.

Bora Bora, French Polynesia Island, situated in the Pacific Ocean, about 260 miles northwest of Tahiti (less than an hour flight). The island was discovered 1722nd , and its ancient name of Vavau suggests that the original inhabitants of this seven million year old island arrived from Tonga, an archipelago in the South Pacific. The original name of the island is Pora. Pora, meaning “first born” because the local Tahitian language there is no voice of “B”. Perfect white-sand beaches washed by the emerald green waters. The main island and several smaller islands of Bora Bora, volcanic origin, are completely surrounded by coral reefs, where fish in all colors adorn the coral gardens, huge manta rays welcoming. Mount Otemanu, the castle-like, pairs of heaven, and tempting tropical slopes and valleys covered with hibiscus flowers. Palm leaves, covered motu bungalows, surrounded by sparkling lagoon like a delicate necklace. All of this can be found in Bora Bora.

One of the most romantic places in the universe, full of luxury resorts, spas and bungalows, which hangs over the water. With a fully fabulous surroundings and fascinating views, all in Bora Bora, the evaluation of 10 on a scale of romance. Luxury resorts for 40 years, welcomed couples from all over the world and a special atmosphere for the guests brought to perfection. From sunrise to sunset, each center has designed its own set of unique moments of your visitors.

Intoxication of endless research and diving, as unreal turquoise lagoons, exciting canoeing, riding the waves, jet ski, watching a beautiful sunset cruise on the yacht, are just some of the activities that the island offers visitors. For those with an adventurous spirit, it is interesting to explore the landscape by walking or 4×4 vehicles, with entertaining local guides.

As shopping is concerned, you can buy original artwork, Tahitian pearls, perfumes and oils and other valuable artifacts made of wood. Celebrated books, movies, and its stunning beauty, the island is now flooded with tourists. But regardless, you should visit it.

The summer months, from November through April are warm and humid with plenty of sunshine, while the rest was a bit cooler and humidity is moderate. Refreshing winds blow throughout the year, so June, July, August and October as the ideal period to visit the island. Although, frankly, there is no bad time for a trip to the island of Bora Bora.

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