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Breath taking Islands to visit in “FRENCH POLYNESIA”

French Polynesia

French Polynesia is a dream vacation and you have to know how you are going to spend your time to have a fantastic holiday. This is one of the most beautiful place in the world and offers so many activities. If you spend a holiday there you should be active all the time to see all the attractions of French Polynesia. If you wish to travel to French Polynesia the you should must visit these Breath-taking Islands:

BORA BORA “The Romantic Island”

Bora Bora is beautiful, don’t get me wrong. But it kind of feels like visiting a Thai island: beautiful but crowded with tourist. Bora Bora is perhaps the most famous tropical island in the world. With dreamy overwater bungalows sprinkled across its immense lagoon, Bora Bora is the ultimate romantic getaway. Aside from cocktails and massages, there is a lot to see and do on the island, starting with a trip along its coast and up its mountains to enjoy spectacular panoramic views. At night, head to Bloody Mary’s, the preferred dining choice for celebrities visiting the island.

TAHITI “The Queen Of The Pacific”

The big island where over 70% of the population lives is often overlooked by travelers. But that’s a big mistake. The only real ‘city’ in French Polynesia, Papeete can be quite a pleasant place to explore for a full day. Check out the exotic Papeete market by day, shop for some black pearls in the afternoon and grab dinner with the locals in the legendary roulottes food vans of Place Vaiete. The real fun begins when you leave the crowded city. The lush coastline is home to black sand beaches, tropical gardens, and waves that attract the world’s best surfers.

Moreea “The Magical island”

Moorea is so easy to fall in love with. Perhaps it’s because of its laid back charm or maybe because of its heart shape – carved out by its deep twin bays. Moorea has something for everybody, hiking in the morning and lazing on the beach in the afternoon perfectly go hand in hand. There’s excellent scuba diving and feeding sharks and stingrays is just part of your daily routine. Moorea is a place you’ll want to retire in!

Nuku Hiva ”The Real Jurassic Park”

Still in the remote Marquesas Islands, Nuku Hiva has to be one of nature’s finest accomplishments. The island is wildly beautiful beyond imagination, and the 90-minute voyage from the dusty airport will be the most memorable airport pickup you’ll ever have. It’s not the kind of a place to recharge your batteries, with hidden waterfalls deep in the jungle, hikes to unspoiled beaches and panoramic views at every bend in the road. Nuku Hiva wins extra points for its people. Islanders will go above and beyond to show you their paradise and showcase their rich ancient Marquesan culture. Whether a haka dance in the middle of an ancient temple, or a hunting expedition in the middle of nowhere – Nuku Hiva is out of this world.

Rangiroa “The Infinte Lagoon”

Floating like a giant pearl necklace in the endless South Pacific Ocean, Rangiroa is the second biggest coral atoll in the entire world. In fact, it’s so big that you can fit the (huge) island of Tahiti inside its lagoon and still have some leftover space. Every year, divers from all around make the long pilgrimage to a place that has no dreamy beaches. Why? Maybe it’s for the thrilling drift dives, the encounters with families of friendly dolphins or spotting scary looking silvertip and tiger sharks!

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