Bora Bora French Polynesia PackagesFrench Polynesia Bora Bora packages
English-language guide. In Tahiti for 1 overnight stay incl. bed and breakfest. Accomodation in Bora Bora for 4 overnight stays incl. breakfas. SIC based guided tour with English language guide and pick-up at the hotels. We also offer reduced fares to Tahiti & Bora Bora.
Thirteen Things for your French Polynesia Journey (Bora Bora, Moorea, Tahiti, Tikehau)
Last week at this hour, I was savouring the beauties of French Polynesia. French Polynesia is situated in the southern Pacific, about half way between South America and Australia, and is a fascinating wondrous country with coral island and transparent aquatic lagoons. 2,000 inhabitants live in the French Polynesia. However, before you start packing your suitcases for French Polynesia, here are a few things you MUST ISSEN?
iPhone is for taking photos, listen to your favorite tunes and post photos from your journey on Facebook so all your pals can be squeamish! Friszz control for your hair: The shown is a great tool because you will use twice as much as usual to keep the Friszz in check.
When you have frizzy algae, simply schedule these locks to rock, as the air moisture in French Polynesia is high. Underwater camera: There is so much to see underwater that it is a must for any excursion to the area! Sun cream! The sunbathing is very light and I still had to use sun cream every few hour to avoid it.
When you think you will use 2 x 2 bottle of sunblock during your journey, please take 3 with you. Sunblock on the island costs about $40! Not only is this great for your Haarplan Botanical Garden, but it also protects your face from the intensive heat while you are on the island. Sneakers: Sneakers::
A large part of the seabed in French Polynesia is coated with corals and therefore you cannot go barefooted into the underwater world. So, yes, they areorky, but for a small capital outlay, these sneakers will give you a great start! That' always an important issue.... what should I wear in French Polynesia?
My visiting archipelago (Bora Bora....... Watch out for my blogs on my journey to French Polynesia. It'?s so difficult to describe the island?s natural beauties in words. So, until we see each other again, here's a view of my journey!