Honeymoon destinations that are still romantic and beautiful- plan a Bora Bora Honeymoon

Location: French Polynesia, French Oceania, South Pacific, W. South Pacific, French Polynesia, French-speaking part of Oceania. Bora Bora, the idyllic French Polynesian island that I was fortunate enough to visit last year, is a place like no other. While I did not see the entirety of the island, I know it has stunningly gorgeous white sand beaches and plenty of lush greenery to provide a peaceful escape from the madness of everyday life.

Matira Beach 

The Matira Beach, another bora bora honeymoon Destination, is surrounded by tropical vegetation and coconut palm trees. You may swim out to explore horizons, which are endless with curved lines and symmetrical shapes formed by nature itself in your world fantastic dream scenery with clear water illuminated blue sky from sunshine while listening to echo-sounding waves and the bora lagoon’s whisper in French.

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Matira bora beach is calm and tranquil, allowing you to enjoy a lazy afternoon with your soul mate while listening to the bora waves’ luring background music.

The Matira Beach is one of the bora beaches that will impress any traveler with its delicate beauty and tranquility, which can be seen from any angle, either from the beach or from the lagoon. The sunset view at this bora beach brings up all different colors of red afterglow reflected by clouds while the blue sky turns into purple then into black with bora bora honeymoon.

Coral Gardens

Pemba is a small island off the coast of Tanzania and is famous for its Coral Gardens. Coral gardens are areas where you swim around with sharks, rays, and tropical fish in pristine condition – it’s like swimming in an aquarium.

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This type of diving can be done anywhere globally, but Pemba Coral Garden is unique – and this place lives up to its name. The Coral Garden experience includes easy snorkeling over vast, shallow coral-filled reef formations with lots of live corals big and small; large schools of colorful tropical fish including butterflyfish, angelfish, parrotfish, damselfish, triggerfish; marine invertebrates such as starfish (Arcida), crabs (Brachyura), shrimp (Caridea), squid (Cephalopoda) and various anemones.

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Winners of the Coral Garden are parrotfish species with their expressive colors, electric blue or green, yellow or red, large schools of butterflyfish, damselfish, and more species for bora bora honeymoon.

Excursions

Excursions in the bora bora honeymoon are a unique chance to see island life in action and enjoy breathtaking scenery, remote beaches, lush valleys, and waterfalls of this bora honeymoon destination. Excursions can be taken from Vaitape town or Le Taha’a airport by boat or plane. Excursions come in the form of day trips to motu (islets), treks around Mount Pahia, or visits to other islands such as Tahaa, Raiatea, and Taha’a.

The lagoon offers some excellent snorkeling sites where tropical fish abound. One rather popular spot is Motu Toopua which boasts white sand beaches on one side and a beautiful coral reef on the other with abundant marine vegetation for corals. Bora wind is a type of cyclone forming over the Adriatic Sea in Dalmatia, Croatia. It creates strong gusts that can reach up to 70 kilometers per hour and its period lasts from November until May. The word “Bora” originally comes from the Greek language, which means storm or hurricane. Excursions in bora weather are a short but very intense adventure for everyone who loves extreme conditions in bora bora honeymoon.

Local Shark/Stingray Feeding

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Shark Shark Shark Stingray Stingray Stingray, The shark, is a fish that has been around for many years and was on this planet before the dinosaurs were, sharks are predator animals, and there are many different types of them. Still, not all of them can be dangerous to humans. Sharks have gills that allow them to live in water then they also have fins that help them swim through water; some types of sharks are Tiger sharks which have stripes on their bodies and great white sharks.

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Bora Bora Lagoonarium

For Bora Bora Honeymoon is the first marine reserve in French Polynesia, and it’s located on a motu of Bora Bora, an island of Society Islands. A motu (small island) with white sand beaches forming a ‘ring’ shape around Bora Bora lagoon is called a motu. The other name could be atoll if it surrounds a lagoon – Bora Bori Lagoonarium: It’s also known as one of the best tourist attractions on BORA BABA ISLAND, French Polynesia, which increases the number of tourists to visit this place every year. They know that this place has everything, including some underwater species that can be called from land. BORA BORIA LAGOONARIUM is a part of Bora Bora island, which contains an engineer lagoonarium, museum, and research station – Bora Bori Lagoonarium Specification:

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The Bora Bori lagoon is 400 meters long by 200 meters wide, with about 42 species living in this lagoon. The coral reef surrounding the lagoonarium protects the marine sanctuary from oceanic waves, making it safe for divers to enter into the water and see some fish species within their natural habitat. To get closer to these fishes, check these below-

1. Blacktail sharks ( Carcharhinus melanopterus )

2. Angelfish ( Pomacanthus arcuatus )

3. Bicolor Angelfish ( Genicanthus personatus )

4. Bicolor chromis ( Chromis bicolor )

5. Bora Bori clownfish ( Amphiprion clarkii bora bora )

6. Blue parrotfish ( Scarus Psittacus )

7. Bora Bori cmdlets ( Pseudaphritis unifasciata unifasciata )

8. Bora Bori coral grouper- yellowtail grouper ( Epinephelus lanceolatus boraensis)

9. Borer reef whitetip shark ( Triaenodon obesus)

10.French Angelfish by Julien Claude

11.Bora Bori butterflyfish ( Chaetodon ephippium )

12.Bora Bori coral trout ( Plectropomus leopardus bora bora)

13.Bora Bori diamond moray ( Gymnothorax multifasciatus )

14. Bora Bori frogfish by Julien Claude

15.Bora Bori flathead grey mullet ( Mugil cephalus )

16.Borer grouper by Julien Claude

17.Bora Bori grouper

18. Bora Boria Knifefish

19.Bora Bori Napoleon Wrasse

20.Bluefin Trevally

21.Bathys

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Mount Otemanu

The summit of Mount Otemanu reaches an altitude of. It has two peaks, Wana Wana and Aau Aau. The name “Otemanu” means ‘two-headed.’

Mount Otemanu dominates the skyline at the back of Fa’a’ā and provides much-needed shade for the villages below. Its steepness made it historically inaccessible from other valleys on the island or neighboring Motus; however, a trail now leads to its summit from Vaitape via Puapua hill (where a monument was recently erected) and continues through dense brush to provide spectacular views over virtually all points on the island, and of the Pacific Ocean beyond.

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Mount Otemanu may be accessed from Vaitape on a trail that follows an ancient route used by early inhabitants. It takes 25 minutes to reach the top of Mount Otemanu from Vaitape with a “few steep sections.” According to Lonely Planet, an average hiker should take between 30 – 60 minutes to hike Mount Otemanu. This means that it will take between 1 hour and 1½ hours to get up and down the mountain.

The peak was called initially Wana-wana because of its two mountains: Aau is named after a species of fish that makes its home there. The Maohi people believed this fish could predict future events like the bora bora honeymoon.

On Mount Otemanu, there are many well-preserved historical relics and ruins from the past

The summit is just 10 minutes away from Vaitape by car or taxi. There are no parking facilities at the trailhead, and visitors should arrive early to find a parking spot before they hike up Mount Otemanu. Drivers that provide transportation to hikers can be found in Vaitape. Visitors who do not get their vehicle may want to look into having breakfast at Yn Autrui Hotel & Restaurant before hiking. The hotel offers a free pick-up service to the trailhead starting as early as 7 AM for guests staying at the hotel (non-guests can purchase breakfast). They will take you back down and enjoy a bora bora honeymoon.

Vaitape

Vaitape is a commune located on the island of Bora-Bora in French Polynesia. Vaitape is one of only two towns on the small island that has a population of over 1500 people along with Otepa Vaitape is three miles away from the main airport, and as Vaitape is located almost at the exact center, it is considered the capital Vaitape was originally named Vaiare but was renamed to Vaitapē sometime around 1907 The town was burned down during World War II Vaihiti Airport also serves as an access point for tourists heading to other parts of Bora-Bora such as Le Moana Bora Bora Vaitape Vaihiti Airport is the only airport in French Polynesia that does not have any fuel Vaitape Vaiare Bora-Bora Vaiaré Special Commemorative Stamp, Scott 2169 Worldwide 35

Vaitape Vahití Airport is served by Air Tahiti flights from Papeete via Faa’a International Airport located on Tahiti Island. The flight is operated three times a week and takes about 45 minutes. The airport has minimal service for passengers other than an information desk at the entrance to the airport. There are no hotels located nearby nor any rental car services available for bora bora honeymoon.

Bora Bora Turtle Center

Located in the northeast of bora bora honeymoon, Turtle Center is an eco-hotel that consists of 12 bungalows overhanging the lagoon. Turtle Center was built by Sea Turtle Conservation Society (STCS) in cooperation with Société des hôtels et restaurants de Bora Bora (SOTHOB) which strives to conserve sea turtles develop ecotourism on this tropical island.

The Turtle Center is a place where you can admire young green sea turtle hatchlings and adult turtles into old age under one roof. This facility enables guests to interact directly with these sea creatures and learn more about their habits, characteristics, and conservation issues.

The hatchery first opened in December 2002 to rescue injured sea turtles that wash up on Bora Bora beaches. In 2006, Turtle Center was converted into a hotel where guests can stay in luxury photo/video-friendly bungalows and interact with the rescued sea turtles.

It is located just meters from the beach’s edge and provides an excellent view of Turtle Island, where visitors are invited to stay overnight. Turtle Center also offers diving services for certified divers. An introduction to scuba diving course, including equipment rental, is being provided at Turtle Center, which makes it also suitable for beginners who want to learn how to dive off the stunning tropical island of Bora Bora. The facility has 12 double cabanas (bungalows) overhanging the lagoon, all equipped with private bathrooms and air conditioning. Turtle Center is also a 5-minute walk along the beach to Turtle Island, which offers guests an opportunity to stay the night at Turtle Island with just 20 other people in total. Turtle Center Bora Bora is located within easy reach of many attractions and activities on Bora Bora, including diving, sailing, whale watching, windsurfing, kayaking, or snorkeling. This resort has a dive center where guests can enjoy dive trips to the outer islands of French Polynesia (as well as interacting with sea turtles). Turtle Center caters to different types of clients, from families with children to honeymoon couples and divers.

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