Honeymoon In Bora Bora Island - South Pacific - Travel Advice
If there is a destination worth spending all their savings in the name of love, this would be one of these South Pacific islands. Bora Bora is considered by many one of the world's most beautiful islands. It's a very small island, but where you find the heaven accompanied by your partner. You will find very luxurious hotel options, where received with the traditional lei and will be dismissed with a necklace of shells Tahiti is another excellent option for those who want to leave the traditional destinations
anywhere in the world, first first pass through Tahit. From there take a plane at the airport on Motu Mate, about 30 minutes to reach Bora Bora Island. While on the island, there are also various jeep safaris leading into the island and show all the inner beauty of Polynesia.
Bora Bora History - Bora Bora's history dates back to 300 AD At that time the Polynesian virgins began to be inhabited by sailors and navigators who sailed vast distances of ocean to settle and populate the Pacific islands for different purposes.
Initially each Polynesian island was ruled by a local chieftain. The new inhabitants were left Southeast Asia in search of strange lands and far away as New Zealand, New Guinea, Tonga, Cook Islands, Hawaii and the current French Polynesia, Bora Bora where
This beautiful little island - beautiful for its stunning lagoon and the capricious way, has lost much of its charm, and so much after Bora Bora and its resorts, Moorea seems more authentic and equally beautiful, even more, inside mountainous and volcanic.
Agricultural Institute of Moorea Pineapple plantation - A visit to the Agricultural Institute has made us know how to grow tropical fruits and vegetables. Pineapple plantations are beautiful.
Bora Bora's lagoon is spectacular -
The views of the islands from the plane and the arrival, we were surprised by the blue waters. We ended up with a delicious dinner and a Polynesian traditional dance show, which we loved. That is incredibly beautiful, but already a bit perverted tourism. It is too much like Marbella, relatively speaking. White sand, turquoise waters, green palms and red shorts, those are the colors of Bora Bora in my head.
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