Must visit place before the world ends: Bora Bora
Crystal clear water, white sand beaches and comfortable resorts surrounded by nature at its best, what more can a person ask for. Bora Bora check all the boxes when it comes to a perfect vacation resort.
Bora Bora is an island in the Leeward group of the Society Islands of French Polynesia, an overseas collectivity of France in the Pacific Ocean. The island is surrounded by a lot of barrier reef. Naturally the island is a very famous vacation resort with a population of 8,880 (2008 cencus). The produce of the island is what the people can attain form the sea and ample amounts of coconut trees.
The economy of the area is lead by tourism as many tourists make their way to the island every year. In the last few years many resorts have been built on the island to accommodate the flow of tourists from all over the world. These resort range form relatively economical bungalows that provide all the basic facilities to the very luxurious accommodations whose views stupefies the tourists. Some 30 years ago the first ever bungalow on water was built that later became a trademark accommodation for the tourists.
Public commute on the island is near to none. However one can rent cars or even bicycles to go about the island. Another interesting mode of transportation is the two-seater buggies that one can hire from Vaitape, the administrative centre of Bora Bora. One may also rent a motorboat for exploration of the lagoon. The islands offers snorkelling as well as scuba diving. The adjoining waters of Bora Bora is home to many species of sharks and rays. Only few diver operators work there who offer manta ray dives and shark feeding dives.
Majority of the people visiting the island are more inclined towards the aqua-centric destinations however one can visit places such as attractions on land such as WWII cannons. Around 5 to 6 flights land daily on the Bora Bora Airport, flights of Air Tahiti.
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