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Bora Bora.
The Pearl of the South Pacific.

A trip to Bora Bora, the most popular of the French Polynesian islands, is like catching a glimpse of paradise. Although a top honeymoon destination, any visitor will enjoy the innate beauty and peacefulness that is Bora Bora, a Pacific island situated at its heart just like an Oasis of the Seas.

Your first sight of Bora Bora could easily take your breath away. Whether you first see the encircling cobalt blue and turquoise lagoon, the white sand, palm-fringed islets (motus), or the volcanic peak of Mount Otemanu bursting from the center of the main island, you will quickly understand why Bora Bora was once called “the pearl of the south pacific.” If arriving by plane, sit on the left side to better admire the legendary lagoon from the air.

Your first sight of Bora Bora could easily take your breath away. Whether you first see the encircling cobalt blue and turquoise lagoon, the white sand, palm-fringed islets (motus), or the volcanic peak of Mount Otemanu bursting from the center of the main island, you will quickly understand why Bora Bora was once called “the pearl of the south pacific.” If arriving by plane, sit on the left side to better admire the legendary lagoon from

Your first sight of Bora Bora could easily take your breath away. Whether you first see the encircling cobalt blue and turquoise lagoon, the white sand, palm-fringed islets (motus), or the volcanic peak of Mount Otemanu bursting from the center of the main island, you will quickly understand why Bora Bora was once called “the pearl of the south pacific.” If arriving by plane, sit on the left side to better admire the legendary lagoon from

Bora Bora is part of the 118 French Polynesian islands scattered across the Pacific Ocean in an area as large as Europe. Only eight of these islands are inhabited. As part of the Leeward Society Islands, Bora Bora is located about 150 miles northwest of Tahiti, the largest of the French Polynesian islands.

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