Scuba diving, volcanoes, private bungalows, and memories that last a lifetime.
This majestic island is surrounded by a blue lagoon with a barrier reef just north of Tahiti. The water is also surrounded by two remaining peaks of an inactive volcano, which rise up in the middle of the lagoon and proves one of the best scuba diving and snorkeling places in the world. Bora Bora is definitely a destination that will make you not want to return home.
Often referred to as the Jewel of the South Seas, Bora Bora is undoubtedly the most celebrated island in the South Pacific. Bora Bora is one of the few places on Earth that everyone hopes to witness in their lifetime; and once you see it, you are forever enamored. This magical paradise also includes plenty to do for the adventurous. There’s skiing, parasailing, windsurfing, jet skiing, kiteboarding, and 4×4 safaris. If adrenaline is what you crave, then Bora Bora might be perfect for you.
Overwater bungalows are the most popular lodging in Bora Bora. Many of these lavish floating villas have glass floors that supply a window to the lagoon life. Most resort hotels are built on their own tiny island and visits elsewhere must be arranged by boat transfer. Not to worry, though, you will hardly need to leave your bungalow let alone the resort. From lounging on your own private deck and receiving room service via outrigger canoe, to indulging in a rejuvenating spa treatment, you will pass the time in quiet seclusion and luxury.
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