Visit paradise Bora Bora
The Bora Bora Resort Island is situated inside the South Pacific and it is awe-inspiring. You will find blossoming gorges, magnificent tropical slopes and a must see splendour lagoon, which is a must see for any vacationer. Depending on the season, there are a variety of things to do that are, mostly, affordable and flexible. There are 2 main seasons in Bora Bora and these are; dry and damp. From May and going well into October is the dry season while the damp season starts around November and ends in April. This should be taken into account when planning your vacation depending on your desires.
With the island’s volcanic caldera blessing the island with its nutrient-rich magma, Bora Bora’s lagoon prominently displays one of the benefits of being a volcanic island. The lagoon rainbows out in a wide range of colors, pleated with marine life and surrounded by breathtaking tropical scenery worthy of a Hollywood movie. If you’re looking for the basics, all you’re going to need is a snorkel and comfortable shoes to explore this part of the island.
There are a variety of activities to avail of on Bora Bora. This is by no means an exhaustive list, but just a sampling: horseback riding, kayaking, ATVing, freshwater skiing and outrigger canoeing, fishing, swimming, water games and sports, diving, riding on a glass-bottomed boat, sharkwatching and perhaps just working on your tan!
If you’re looking for your dream honeymoon you need look no further. Bora Bora has deluxe, opulent accomodations that will exceed both your expectations and your dreams. Upon your arrival, you will be flanked by personal attendants who will then usher you into your own exclusive motorboat, who will take you on the tour of the island. An exclusive butler will also attend to all your wants at your personalized suite near the lagoon. An electrifying view envelopes your villa.
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