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Plan a Trip to Bora Bora in Tahiti

Bora Bora Lagoon is one of the most tranquil in the Pacific Ocean. It is ideal for couples and those that are looking for a calm beautiful retreat away from their busy working life. The Island is very couples’ orientated but that’s not saying you can’t take the family too, with its turquoise warm waters and soft white sand beach. There are many activities along the Lagoon for those that don’t want to laze around relaxing, reading a book or topping up their golden tan under the coconut trees. You will also find that there are jet skis and parasailing for those wanting activities that are fast and thrilling.

You might have heard of the Bora Bora lagoon in case you are well read or an avid traveler. The Bora Bora Lagoon is one of the most untouched places in the Pacific Ocean and serves as a favorite honeymoon destination. However, you can also take your family along at this one of the most beautiful places in the world. Since this place is untouched by commercialization the surroundings are serene and the waters are crystal clear blue. You can also swim in the safe waters which are quite warm throughout the year.

Staying in Bora Bora

The beaches have soft white sand and you will really love walking in them and whiling away your time. If you are one of the adventurous types who doesn’t want to laze in your resort then there are many activities for you. For example, you can go for diving and snorkeling sessions and marvel at the undersea life. Tahiti is home to hundreds of beautiful sea creatures and fish and also corals. Above water, you can go for the water sports rides such as motorboat and water scooter. You will never forget the whole experience of staying in Bora Bora.

Swimming with the sharks is an excursion that you can’t miss in Bora Bora. You can also watch the divers who grab the stingrays with their hands, show them to the tourists and then leave then back in the water. The jeep tour of the island is highly recommendable. It lasts for about 4 hours but shows you around the churches and other small museums. In the evening you can laze along the beach watching the sun becoming orange and then quietly disappearing behind the deep blue sea.

The ancient archeological sites are also very impressive. The Marae rock piles are quite a site. There were many temples before but they were destroyed from the World War 2. If you want to take a stroll of the islands at a leisurely pace then you can take horse rides as well.

For food, you can try out the different cuisines from Asia, France, and Polynesia. The fish and the lobsters are cooked very well in gravy and they taste excellent. You can try out the cheaper options at the street carts that you can find along the beaches. If you are on a budget then you can buy packaged food from the superstore and then cook it back home. For shopping, you can take back home handcrafted souvenirs that are available in small boutiques. The black pearl is one of the most popular commodities. The markets are a colorful site brimming with activity at night. In all, Bora Bora Travel will look like a dream for you.