Bora Bora is probably the most beautiful island in the world, surrounded by crystal clear turquoise waters, its own lagoon and a barrier reef that provides natural protection to the private residences. Life on Bora Bora couldn’t get any better and that is why it comes with a price; a huge price. Although there are a number of resorts on the island, whether they revel in the tag of ‘luxury’ or ‘mid-range’ prices, all are essentially very expensive but you do get what you pay for. If you are ever one of the lucky ones able to come to this natural paradise then you may well have the holiday of a lifetime.
Bora Bora is actually a number of small islands that form the coral reef and accommodation is spread over all of these but they are all within a reasonable distance. The activities are endless and predominantly water based, but many resorts offer wonderful spa treatments and for those interested in history, you can visit the WWII remains. The diving is of a very good standard with a great variety of wildlife to spot. If you would prefer not to be unprotected in the water then there is a small submarine available.
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