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Bora Bora, “the Pearl of the Pacific”! The definition of an exotic destination, Bora Bora’s volcanic peaks, pristine beaches and serene waters surely make up a large part of every human being’s dreams. Whether you’re searching for cheap air tickets to Bora Bora to enjoy your honeymoon or you simply seek moments of pure relaxation, the luxurious hotels of Bora Bora will offer you everything you need. Either on a bungalow right above the sea or in a luxurious traditional house, you will enjoy quality services and organise your adventure in Bora Bora, to get to know the island’s nature – above the water and.. underwater. Bora Bora is an expensive destination, but it’s worth every penny of your budget!
French Polynesia is an overseas member of the French Republic (collectivité d'outre-mer de la République française). It consists of five groups of islands that were united in 1889, under the establishment of the French protectorate.
Bora Bora is the largest of the Leeward Islands, 230 kilometres away from Tahiti (Papeete), the capital of French Polynesia. An archipelago and a large reef surround the island of Bora Bora and form small islets, the Motus.
At the centre of the island there is an inactive volcano; its two peaks are Mounts Pahia and Otemanu.
Recent years have brought a tremendous touristic development. Motus are flooded with hotels and luxurious resorts and, though the island’s population is no more than 9,000, it attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors annually.
In Bora Bora don’t expect to find any nightlife; the island is all about the beach, the sun and the sea, the sunbathing, the diving and the romantic dining.. a journey to Bora Bora is a trip to heaven!
Bora Bora’s airport (Motu Mute Airport) is located in the islet of Motu Mute and serves the islands of French Polynesia. It is accessible by ferries.
You can get around Bora Bora using the bus “Le Truck” that runs the islands. Alternatively, you could rent a car or a bike.
The airport of Bora Bora, constructed by the American army, is located in the islet of Motu Mute. Upon your arrival, a ferry will pick you up and transfer you to Vaitape, Bora Bora’s largest city.
The city’s most popular spot and meeting point is the Magasin Chin Lee; this is the perfect place to get in first touch with the local lifestyle.
In Vaitape you can dive and scuba dive, watch sharks, eels and rays and take part in many explorations and adventures of all kinds that are being organised there.
As you make your way south, you will come across one of the island’s most beautiful beaches, the Matira beach. Contrary to what you’ve seen across the other beaches of Bora Bora, Matira is not wholly owned by hotels and is relatively pristine.
At the east coast of Bora Bora, a path will lead you to the Aehautai Marae, an ancient temple that offers stunning views to Mount Otemanu and Raiatea and Tahaa islands.
Heading north again, the road is coastal, full of palm trees and magical beaches, more than you can count. Enjoy the ride and keep up until you find Anau. Anau is a traditional Polynesian island that will give you a glimpse of how life was – and still is in some parts of the island – in Bora Bora when tourists and visitors are gone.
You want your trip to Bora Bora to be written in history? Then write it.. on your body! There is no better place for you to have a traditional Polynesian tattoo!Bora Bora’s official language is French, but you locals also speak Tahitian. You will have absolutely not a problem communicating with the locals, as everyone speaks English too.
Bora Bora belongs to French Polynesia and shares the same Visa requirements. Citizens of Greece can travel to Bora Bora without a Visa, with a valid passport or national identity card.
The weather in Bora Bora is warm all year round, however the period from late November till March sees a good deal of rainfall and high levels of humidity.
The best time to visit Bora Bora weather-wise would be from April to November, when temperatures are up and humidity down. Keep in mind though, that this is also the most popular season for visiting Bora Bora, so expect crowded and overpriced conditions.
The most convenient time to visit Bora Bora so as to enjoy a pleasant climate and not pay your weight in gold is either April or November.