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Tahiti Beach Resorts

 


Bora Bora



Arguably the most famous 5-star resort is Bora Bora, which is located 230km northwest of Papeete and it’s surrounded by a beautiful lagoon and barrier reef. It’s famous throughout the world for having the accommodation, which is beach huts on stilts and you’ll have people in canoes and kayaks bring your food and drink. 

If you are looking for some activates to do then we recommend you do some deep-sea fishing, snorkeling or diving as the visibility is 35m in some places. If you have the money and want an amazing holiday then check out Bora Bora, as we guarantee you will not be disappointed. For more information on this amazing island go to www.boraboraisland.com  or www.boraboralagoon.com/web/obor/obor_a2a_home.jsp



Moorea



Moorea is located approximately 25 minutes from the mainland by ferry and because of its close proximity to the island it’s become a popular island with the local Tahitians and other tourists visiting the country. The majority of the international tourists who visit the island are honeymooners looking for its famous white sandy beaches and volcanic landscape, which truly makes it a paradise worth visiting.

If you are looking for activates to do, Moorea is excellent for diving and snorkeling, as the clear blue lagoons and coral reefs are one of the best in the world. Moorea is a bit cheaper then Bora Bora, so if you are looking to safe a bit of money, but still come to paradise then go visit Moorea. For more information go to www.gomoorea.com or http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moorea



Raiatea & Tahaa




The French Polynesia has over 120 islands and is broken into five areas, which the biggest of these is the Society Archipelago. This Archipelago includes the two biggest islands of Raiatea and Bora Bora, which is known internationally for having the 5-star resort. Raiatea and Tahaa are far less travelled then Bora Bora or Moorea and this is one of the main reasons why many tourists want to visit because it’s still considered unspoiled.

Raiatea is the administrative centre for the Leeward Islands and before the Europeans arrived was known as the cultural centre of the region and also known as the ‘Sacred Island’. Besides being known for its history, this island has amazing lagoons, and water sports that can keep any tourist busy for days.  Some of these activities include Scuba diving, snorkeling, deep-sea fishing, sailing, hiking and climbing and jet skiing. For more information go to www.raiatea.com


 


 



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