Bora Bora, a small Pacific island northwest of Tahiti, is surrounded by islets with sandy shores and one of the most beautiful lagoons in the world, with a turquoise blue color protected by a coral reef.

This island emerged from the waters 13 million years ago, being an ancient volcano that today sits on a lagoon that sports a gradient of blue tones that are almost supernatural. It is one of the most impressive places on the planet.

The Otemanu, Pahia and Hue mountains dominate this spectacular landscape with sandy beaches of all sizes.

Punta Matira Beach

Located at the southern end of the island, this beach is one of the most touristic places on the island.

Its turquoise blue water color, its palm trees and the delicious smell of tiare flowers make this beach a unique place. At Punta Matira beach you can surround yourself with turtles, mantas or tame sharks if you decide to dive in its waters, something highly recommended. The perfect beach for snorkeling since you can immediately be dazzled by the number of species of fish that move and it is also perfect for practicing water sports.

Staying in Bora Bora

You have many accommodation options, the most impressive being in the lagoon itself. If you cannot choose to stay in the lagoon itself, it is best to look for accommodation near Punta Matira Beach.

There are many wonderful Resorts that you will find in this idyllic place, and a clear example of this is this Resort as impressive as The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort, with its isolated villas on beaches surrounded by palm trees, where you can also enjoy the Resort’s private lagoonarium.

The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort

If you want to fully enjoy a spectacular environment, at least once in your life you should visit this place and be fascinated by what nature can offer you.

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