Gotta go to Bora Bora as soon as possible!


Bora Bora is described in Wikipedia as a "a major international tourist destination, famous for its aqua-centric luxury resorts" an let me tell you they are not wrong! We do recommend going there at least once in a lifetime, if you cannot go to a resort then try backpacking.

Don't take our word for granted, check the experience Nhi's (a blogger that travels for living) shared at blog livelove-learn.com which stated "We visited the main 3 islands, Tahiti, Moorea and Bora Bora. If I could pick a favorite, it would definitely be Bora Bora!"
 


The enjoyment of the trip can change from traveler to traveler depending how you get to the place, the stay and other facts. She commented was lucky enough to stay at the Four Seasons and added "it was such a dream come true!! Never have I experienced such amazing service and a better resort. I found an amazing deal for an overwater bungalow (in my opinion). Normally the same bungalow runs around ~1500 USD/night during low/shoulder season and ~2300 USD/night during peak season. I found a room facing the iconic mountains for $800 USD/night! How could I have resisted?! Yes, we didn’t have a pool, but who needs one when you’ve got this gorgeous lagoon surrounding you?! My advice is to check often because deals do spring up especially for dates during low and shoulder seasons (December – March)". Read what else happened during her trip here.
 

We understand not always is an opportunity to make an expensive trip and use all your money. There are much simpler places a bit further from the main turistic resorts that are way more affortable and comfortable to be in. You can need to absolutely do is visit these wonders during vacations.

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