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Considered by many to be the world’s most beautiful island, and aptly nicknamed “the Pearl of the Pacific,” Bora Bora’s fabled lagoon and dramatic scenery offer an experience beyond the ordinary. Ask about adding extra nights on Bora Bora or a neighbor island.
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Breakfast, Overwater Bungalow and More!
Executive Member Benefit
5 Nights with Airfare from $3,115*
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8 Nights with Airfare from $3,985*
Daily Breakfast, Executive Member Benefit
7 Nights with Airfare from $3,829*
Daily Breakfast and Dinner for 2
6 Nights with Airfare from $3,689*
Executive Member Benefit, Overwater Bungalow
5 Nights with Airfare from $2,979*
Daily Breakfast and Dinner, Overwater Villa
5 Nights with Airfare from $4,087*
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5 Nights with Airfare from $3,559*
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5 Nights with Airfare from $3,099*
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5 Nights with Airfare from $2,475*
Daily Breakfast, Beachfront Bungalow
5 Nights with Airfare from $2,549*
Chances are that if you were asked to draw your idea of a Pacific island, you might come up with a picture that looks like Bora Bora, which has rain forest-covered peaks soaring more than 2,000 feet above a classic lagoon of blues and greens. The entire volcanic mass is surrounded by a ring of coral reef and tiny islets with lovely beaches and coconut trees. The island itself can be explored in a few hours; there are sweeping beaches in the south and ancient Polynesian temples hidden in the jungle. It's populated by 8,880 Polynesians who love to show visitors their treasured lagoon and its marine inhabitants. They also love to entertain visitors with music and dance. The island is a caldera, or collapsed volcano; Pofai Bay is the crater center, while the towering Mount Pahia and Mount Otemanu are all that remain of the volcano walls.
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