Sunday, December 13, 2009

Bora Bora - Top beaches of the world

Bora Bora Island - French Polynesia
Bora Bora is an Island in the French Polynesia. French Polynesia is an overseas territory in the Pacific Ocean under the French rule. Bora Bora is surrounded by a lagoon and a barrier reef. The island only has about 8,800 people (August 2007) As the island is too small to hold any large industry, the island’s main industry is tourism. Several resorts have been built in the past few years surrounding the lagoon.

How to reach – You must begin the journey with reaching the capital city. The biggest island of the French Polynesia is Tahiti-Nui. Papeete is the capital city of French Polynesia. Papeete is situated on Tahiti- Nui. It has an International airport (Faa'a International Airport) Bora Bora Island is well connected with Papeete with Airlines and Ships. Below are the website links of International airlines which has regular flights to Papeete :

How to travel within the Islands by Air - You can use the Air Tahiti flights which is regional airline based in Tahiti. It connects all 46 islands of French Polynesia. The website of Air Tahiti is ---->>

 How to travel within the Islands by Sea - After you arrive in the capital city of Papeete, there are several seacrafts which makes regular trips to Bora Bora. Please click on this link to get details about boats and Yatchs -->> Weblink to boats and yatch services

Once you get to the Bora Bora, you can rent a car, scooter or bicycle to roam around the island. Please avoid hitchhiking as most islands are too small, the danger factor is low and most drivers will avoid you. Book a vehicle at the Bora Bora activity centre. Link to the activity centre is

Where to stay – Below is the list of less expensive family hotels in the Bora Bora


  1. I love this kind of places!
    Last month I participated of some Galapagos diving cruises and I fell in love with the island beaches, so now I want to visit some other place similar to this one... So you recomend me Bora Bora?