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Moorea

Moorea

Many people have described Moorea as the most beautiful place on earth, and it’s this magical island that inspired James Michener to write about mythical "Bali Hai." Moorea is only 11 miles from Tahiti, and one of the features that is so striking about this island is the jagged peaks and spires that give the island its unique profile. The volcanic peaks, reflected in the tranquil waters of Cook’s bay and Opunohu’s bay, rise like a shark’s jaw from the island’s basaltic base and reach into the clouds. Below, valleys are blanketed with the colors and white sand beaches border magnificent crystalline lagoons. See details

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Huahine

Royal-Huahine

Huahine is a spectacular island. The people are friendly, the forests are lush, and the mountains are beautiful. It’s as beautiful as Bora Bora or Moorea but far less crowded. Visitors have just recently discovered this quaint island, where you can experience a more traditional Polynesian way of life. The beaches are unmatched in beauty and the anchorages welcome you with charm and enchantment. Huahine is the South Seas of story books and dreams- a place where you can leave the modern world behind and give yourself over to the joy of living. Huahine lies 110 miles northwest of Tahiti in the Leeward Society Islands, and is visible from Raiatea, Tahaa and Bora Bora. See details

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Bora Bora

Bora Bora Overwater Bungalows and Mt Otemanu

So much has been written about Bora Bora that it’s hard to describe its magic. Novelist James Michener wrote that Bora Bora is "the most beautiful island in the world." It certainly makes the most dramatic first appearance, especially if you arrive by air. Surrounding the small island is the most stunning multi-shaded blue and turquoise lagoon in all of the South Pacific. There are almost no words to describe the colors of this magnificent lagoon and its ability to captivate even the most skeptical visitor. See details

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