10Best Features Beautiful Bora Bora in French Polynesia
French Polynesia's Bora Bora
2500 miles south of Hawaii lies beautiful Bora Bora. Known as a luxury destination primarily for couples, this French Polynesian island is all about its beautiful water and the pristine color reef which surrounds it. The most enviable accommodations sit right out in the water.
The dawn of each day in Bora Bora is a welcome. You can hardly believe you're waking up in a place so beautiful and there's no telling what the day might hold! Who saw morning before you? The people of Lima, Peru, which lies 5,000 miles nearly due east. The vastness of the Pacific makes Bora Bora a highly remote destination.
The water in Bora Bora is what sets it apart from the rest of the world. So why not get the best view possible? Get aloft with the help of a local parasail, and take your camera to really make your friends back home jealous.
You know you've arrived somewhere special the minute you get to Bora Bora. No matter your accommodations, you're sure to start unwinding immediately. Pictured here: Le Meridien Bora Bora. Bucket list . . . or sooner!
Water this clear brings the opportunity to spy all sorts of fascinating marine life. What more relaxing way to see Underwtater Bora Bora than with a snorkel mask and fins? No training required, just put your face beneath the surface and see the wonders of the South Pacific.
There's a reason that people dream of a trip to Bora Bora: the dream often has this unique style of hotel. Built on stilts out over the aquamarine seas, each of these rooms at Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort float above the sea. They're magic, memorable and more than romantic.
While most of us associate this tropical paradise with its watery assets, there's plenty to explore on the islands as well. A jeep ride is a great way to take in the natural setting that makes up this tropical ecosystem, from its lush landscape to the wildlife that calls Bora Bora home.
Just when you thought Bora Bora couldn't get any more appealing, you come to this: a tropical lunch which is enjoyed while sitting in the warm sea, under a sunny sky. And if you indulge in a few too many tropical treats, you can always just float back to your room.
In the cneter of Bora Bora lies the island's highest point: Mount Etemanu. If you're thinking it's shaped like a volcano, you're very perceptive, because that's exactly what it is. No longer a threat, Etemanu reminds us just how "hot" a destination Bora Bora has always been!