Bora Bora is one of the most sought after honeymoon and bucket list destinations in the world.
Resorts are enveloped by pristine clear blue lagoon and motus (or islets) definitely making Bora Bora an aesthetically pleasing and Instagram worthy place to visit.

While the island is relatively small, it is home to several high-end resorts such as the Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora, The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort, and the Conrad Bora Bora Nui. A can’t miss experience at one of these, and many of the other resorts in Bora Bora, is staying in an overwater bungalow. Nothing can compare to the peace you will find waking up in the morning and feeling like your villa is floating above water. You can also experience what is called a “Tahitian TV” where there is an opening on the floor of your bungalow where you can reach down into the water and feed the fish swimming underneath your room.

The island also offers more charming accommodations called guesthouses. These guesthouses are typically family-run and offer travelers a more authentic Tahitian experience. Think of a guesthouse as what Americans call a bed-and-breakfast.

Bora Bora is known for relaxation; however, it is becoming a more appealing adventure destination. The island offers amazing activities such as sky diving, swimming with shark and manta rays, stand-up paddle boarding, scuba diving, hiking, 4×4 tours, and the always favored and reliable, snorkeling. If you are looking to spend some time away from your resort, venture into the main land and visit the village of Vaitape to get a glimpse into how the locals on the island live.

With the variance in accommodations and activities, anyone is sure to find something to adore about the destination. What makes Bora Bora perfect is that this haven allows you to relax, be secluded, yet connect to the things that really matter. Looking to temporarily rid the headaches of your daily life, head to Bora Bora for that much needed escape. visit:

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Contributing writer : Peri Davis
Photography: Tahiti Tourisme© & Cait Langley