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Suggestions for Bora Bora – French Polynesia

Haven’t you ever heard somebody saying “I drop
everything and flee to Bora Bora”?
Looking at those exotic islands, so famous in the collective imagination, has always been one of Elisa‘s dream and the honeymoon has given her the opportunity to make it happen. Here’s her description of the wonderful trip.

a plane trip with several stops that takes you to 12-hour
time difference from
Italy, we ended up to a real paradise on earth: small islands surrounded by crystal clear waters where the white sandy beaches are next to lush vegetation.
order to enjoy your holiday really on the sea we have chosen the
accommodation in an overwater: one of those spectacular rooms on stilts that
appear in all the pictures you can find on Polynesia catalogues.The
magic experience of opening your eyes in the morning and seeing fishes swimming undisturbed beneath the
floor  and the possiblity to fall asleep
lulled by the lapping of the waves alone is indeed priceless.I can assure you that it is really worth spending a few Euros
more and choose this type of accommodation!

to the food, the local food is made from simple ingredients but often mixed d
together in order to give the tourists elegant and refined dishes that reflect
the french influence.Many
resorts provide the full board or half board. Given
our experience, I would recommend the half board as for lunch you are often away from the
hotel, involved in one of the many organized activities and trips.
these occasions you can eat freshly caught fish and fresh delicious fruit!
Definitely the best trip ever is the one that has allowed us to see sharks and rays from very near.
At first I
was very
scared and
hesitant but now, remembering that beautiful day in the middle of the sea, I’m really glad I found the courage to do it. 
The tour of the island is another very interesting trip and allows you to discover how
the local people live.Small
towns are absolutely safe and secure therefore visitors are free to wander
alone and interact directly with the local people, buy in small shops and be
enchanted by the stories of the local traditions.

those who are not scared by long flights I can assure that Bora Bora is really a place to go

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