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Bora is a development giant, allowing tourists the chance to embark on a 4x4 safari, sunbathe and swim on white sand beaches, dive a characteristic submerged stop amid fish and corals, see energetic shark feedings, or ride a watercraft around the blue lagoon. Bora, too, is an exceptional wistful location. By having an individual midnight meal on the beachfront, passing by the Lagoonarium, the Diving Center, the Coral Gardens, or the Leopard Rays Trench, or soaking all in from the lofty heights of 2,300-foot Mount Otemanu, become a prisoner to this magnificent treasure of a Polynesian island.

THINGS TO DO

Matira Beach:  Matira Beach is frequently referred to as one of the world's most beautiful beaches. At the southern point of Bora, a mile-long stretch of pure white sand is anchored by majestic palm palms with a superb base of luxuriant green slopes. Matira, which is bordered on two sides by private shorelines, is the island's primary open beachfront worth seeing, and access is available to anybody.

Mount Otemanu: Mount Otemanu can be seen from anywhere on Bora. Its dark, rugged inclines are more spectacular than the lush nature that surrounds it and the sky blue tidal pond underneath it. While the whole island of Bora is the result of a long-gone liquid magma fountain, Mount Otemanu and Mount Pahia are the most visible remnants. Mount Otemanu is at 2,385 feet and is a popular climbing destination.

Tahiti Pearl Market: Tahitian pearls are among the finest and most sought-after on the world, and the Tahiti Pearl Market is a family-owned business that develops, sets into jewellery, and sells beautiful privately obtained pearls. Their venture began on the atoll of Takaroa and has grown into a much larger project that currently encompasses five atolls in the Tuamotu Archipelago.

Paroisse Saint Pierre-Celestin Church: Engineer David Chanvin drew this small gem in a style that blends in nicely with the surrounding neighbourhood design. It was constructed thanks to Father Emile's efforts, who was formerly the Leeward Islands' ward clergyman. Atelier Mari and Femme created excellent, vivid recolored glass windows that allude to the seven holy observances.


BEST TIME TO VISIT

November and April are the finest months to visit Bora. The weather is pleasant throughout these brief shoulder seasons, with temperatures ranging from the mid-70s to the mid-80s. The high season lasts from May to October, when the rain showers stop and the number of tourists increases.

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