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South Pacific Islands: The Bora Bora, Moorea, Maui
If you are fantasizing about a dreamlike pail holiday picked directly from a screen saver, you are probably visualising the eye-popping isles dotted the South Pacific. With Tahiti, Fiji and more, these archipelago offers breathtaking scenery that surpasses almost anything imaginable. Eight breathtaking tips to see before you perish.... if not all together in a unique, ultralative journey!
Bora Bora's majesty and splendour can make her a great lady of up-and-coming island attractions all over the time. Situated in the middle of a small island and a blue Laguna, Bora is an unspoilt dive and snorkel area. A new Conrad Bora Bora Bora Bora is also reopened as a vamp of the former Hilton Bora Bora Nui.
Situated on the French Polynesian Society Islands, Tetiaroa was once a holiday destination for Tahitians. You can now visit this paradise at "The Brando" residence, the recently constructed five-star hotel amidst noble mansions with privately owned swimming pools, two French-style pubs and diners, and a wealth of wildlife.
Will it be any dreamier than an entire island that reeks ofvanillas! In fact, Tahaa, also situated on the French Polynesian Society Islands, is surrounded by a local hard core wall that is shared with neighbouring Raiatea. It is known as Villa Island for its custard and it is also known for its breathtaking beads.
Overnight at the out-of-the-way Le Taha'a Island Resort & Spa. When you make it to one of the most exciting and isolated isles in the whole wide globe, you will surely be envied by all your hiking-fans. Yes, this is Easter Island, far out in eastern Chile, where huge rock sculptures named Moais form the renowned scenery; they are relicts of the Polish tribe that established here around 1200 AD.
Fiji is the place to be if you are looking for a breathtaking island world. Try Laucala Island with its 25 mansions, all designed as glamorous variations of typical Fiji houses and all providing intimacy in different parts of the north. It' s no wonder it felt so exclusive: it is the biggest privately owned island in the southern hemisphere.
Red Bull boss Dietrich Mateschitz purchased the island from the Forbes family in 2003. A chain of corals surrounding a teal coloured lake, rangiroa is considered one of the best diving spots in the game. When you stay overnight, the only capital is Tikehau Pearl Beach resort, situated on an island covered with palm trees and sands.
Bora Bora towers above Tahiti's Isles for its holiday appeal, but you definitely won't be sleeping on the untouched Moorea: With the Papeete in Tahiti - the capital of the island, where there are many foreign planes - the island is known for its immaculate nature beauties. In order to make it even more so, the island is formed like a core of air.