Bora Bora is a luxury paradise
Bora Bora – an island of French Polynesia, is surrounded by a lagoon and a coral reef.
In the middle of the island, which is 260 km from the capital Palete, there are the remains of the Paia and Otemanu volcanoes, which reach a height of 727 meters. The name of this island originates from the Tahitian language and means “first birth”, while the original pronunciation is “Pora Pora”. Also, this famous island is considered the birthplace of overwater bungalows and offers a variety of options from luxury resorts to eco-friendly private accommodations and international chain hotels.
Tourists can find ideal accommodation in apartments, which have private beaches located in quiet lagoons, and the services of the estate itself guarantee you a high-level experience. The apartments have terraces with an enchanting view of the lagoon, while the kitchen overlooks the gardens, which contain an organic vegetable garden and an herb garden, the fruits of which are used to prepare real delicacies.
Lovers of villas will enjoy the interior filled with pieces of art – by the way, we are talking about the top works of local artist Teva Viktor, who is known for using indigenous wood and volcanic stone. Services include the addition of a private chef, who will prepare three meals a day for guests, and a team of housekeepers will also be there to ensure everything runs smoothly, while an on-call masseur will be available whenever you require his services. The property’s concierge and head butler will help you fill each day with activities, both on and off the property.
In the end, we can say that the prices for this type of accommodation, in the off-season, start at 18,000 dollars, while in the peak of the season they reach the figure of 22,000 dollars, for a maximum of ten guests.