Often described as the most beautiful island in the world, Bora Bora is located 160 miles northwest of Tahiti and approximately 2,600 miles south of Hawaii, having being first discovered in 1722.
Its ancient name of Vava'u suggests that the original inhabitants of this seven-million-year-old island arrived from Tonga.
And interestingly, in the local Tahitian language there is no "B," so its actual name is then Pora Pora, meaning "first born".
Bora Bora's fabled blue lagoon is, according to novelist James A. Michener, "so stunning, that there are really no adequate words to describe it."
Volcanic in origin, Bora Bora's rugged main island and a few smaller islands are completely surrounded by coral reefs.
With a large choice of deluxe hotels in addition to more traditional quality hotels, Bora Bora is without doubt the most beautiful island one could ever hope to visit and is still very much an affordable option not only for honeymooners but also for those wishing a few days of tranquility away from the world.
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