We’ve all fallen for FOMO-inducing shots of a holiday vacation spot (#tropicalday #lazysundays) and at once need to hop on an aircraft to get into the picture.

But upon arrival, the information hit you want a temporarily forgotten minibar bill. 1) It is 5 minutes paintings to clean a spot on a rubbish-strewn seaside. 2) Aquamarine water comes courtesy of Little Ms. Photoshop.

But Bora Bora in the French Polynesian South Pacific is one of these rare locations now not even social media can decorate. Like Amanda Bynes an l. A. Sydney White, she’s too ideal for enhancing with make-up.

“The remarks is that the pix people see online versus fact does display Bora Bora is — in reality — paradise,” says Rob Thompson, nearby director of Tahiti Tourisme. “It’s one of the only places with a large lagoon, with such a lot of sun shades of blue.”

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According to Rob, at the same time as you have to genuinely take a “sharks and rays tour,” visit Kaina Hut and Bora Bora Yacht Club for meals and cocktails and hike the Valley of Kings; one of the exceptional reviews takes place earlier than you even go out the plane.

“When flying into the airport, in case you’re sitting on the precise facet of aircraft, you get a stunning vista of the lagoon!”

Here are the great remains to rest your head upon landing.

This series of indifferent bungalows is whatever but common, with Vogue Paris naming them one of the exceptional places to stay in Tahiti. Nestled in the Bay of Povai, he personally designed Polynesian-style rooms with thatched pandanus roofs, hardwood floors, and works of artwork that evoke the island’s records and way of life. A room with a queen-sized bed with a romantic (and practical) net canopy and carved timber chest in your possessions leads out onto a personal veranda with teak front room chairs. There’s additionally a private tropical garden (with a bath flowing from a statue) and a kitchenette for self-catering. Close to meals-staple Bloody Mary’s and metropolis, your life comes with complimentary airport and Vaitape transfers, and bike hire is unfastened.

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At Le Meridien, visitors have a threat to get away from it all truly. On an isolated seashore, you’ll have no road get right of entry to — however, what you’ll have consisted of the Turtle Sanctuary ecological center, get right of entry to to “the automobile of the ocean” aka conventional dugout canoes at Kainalu Canoe Club and 4 eating places and bars whose cuisines range from Tahitian (think uncooked fish marinated in coconut milk) to wine and tapas. Prices start at the Classic Guest room, which comes with air conditioning, a king pillowtop bed, a separate couch bed, restroom, and a sea view. Up your game and live at either the Beach Bungalow to your very own private beach, deck chairs, and hammocks, or an Overwater Bungalow, which comes with a glass floor with undersea perspectives (fall to sleep recognizing turtles), private deck, and ladder.

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Whether you’re settling yourself in a floating lagoon villa or a king suite overlooking a tropical lawn, holidaying in a private cove on Motu To’opua will make you experience like you’ve got made it to height vacation mode. With 3 bars, the hilltop Hina Spa and fitness center and a youngsters club it’s the ultimate youngsters-meets-adults holiday. While you’re doing a lap of the infinity pool, ordering a cocktail at its swim-up bar, or having a submit-rub down steam on the sauna, youngsters can be off playing with fellow mini-mes on the Tamari’s Kids Club. Catch up for a meal at Upa Upa Lounge Bar — checking out corals thru its glass ground — or one of the three different eating places on site. Alternatively, in case your villa has non-public infinity plunge swimming pools and catamaran nets for sunbathing, order room provider.

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