Bora Bora, Moorea & Tahiti: favourite pictures

Good evening from Bora Bora!

The scenery is absolutely amazing here. French Polynesia is by far the most beautiful & colourful destination I have ever visited. Perhaps it is even best described as “50 shades of blue & green”. Rays of sun can light up the entire lagoon so quickly that the water changes from baby blue to aquamarine to turquoise in a split second, it is different wherever you look. Green has never seen so many shades and can easily compete with lush tea plantations on Java.

You have to see it to believe it.

During the past 10 days, I’ve taken over 2.375 pictures and already shared some of those on InstagramTwitter & Facebook.(#sorrynotsorry). After doing some filtering, I selected another 10 of my favourite pictures from Bora Bora, Moorea & Tahiti to share with you in an attempt to illustrate how incredibly picture-perfect the Society Islands are.

Bridge "from Tahiti to Moorea" - only 19km

Bridge “from Tahiti to Moorea” – only 19km

Kayaking in Tahiti

Midnight in Moorea (long exposure shot)

Midnight in Moorea (long exposure shot)

View from my overwater bungalow at InterContinental Moorea

View from my overwater bungalow at InterContinental Moorea

Belvedere viewpoint in Moorea (rented a bike)

Belvedere viewpoint in Moorea (rented a bike)

Moorea Airport

Moorea Airport

Boat transfer from Bora Bora Airport to hotel

Boat transfer from Bora Bora Airport to hotel

South part of Bora Bora

South part of Bora Bora

Looking to the left from the ponton of the overwater villa at InterContinental Thalasso Bora Bora

Looking to the left from the ponton of the overwater villa at InterContinental Thalasso Bora Bora

InterContinental Thalasso Diamond Otemanu Overwater villa night

InterContinental Thalasso Diamond Otemanu Overwater villa at night

If you haven’t decided where to your next vacation is going to be, I know which destination I would strongly recommend…

One Comment

  • Jessica

    We went there for our honeymoon. Stayed at their sister hotel. It was absolutely breath taking. I recommend going here at least once in your lifetime. It’s a must do. We hope we get the chance to go back. The staff was remarkable also.

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