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Bora Bora se trouve à 240 miles northwest of Tahiti in the Leeward Islands. The main island (4,225 people) is located in the center of a colorful lagoon, entourée par les îlots à l’intérieur d’un collier de Coral protecteur.

There is only one navigable passage, faisant face au village principal de Vaitape. Around the island there are 29 partially paved road miles, through colorful villages, archaeological sites, the old bunkers and cannons left at the end of World War II.

Matira, the beach publique, a du sable blanc et de lwater chaude et peu profonde. The lagoon of Bora Bora is renowned for its beauty as well as for diving lovers. Au centre de la lagune un côté du volcan éteint est toujours debout comme une grande mountain. Today the old crater is eroded and submerged.

The empire of ocean and sun, is that of Tu Moana and Tia Moana, two yachts gliding on the waves of broad, penetrate to the heart of lagoons and offering a dream cruise for a casual customer, demanding, that does not stop the number of stars, but the refinement of details, a phase chic with island life. This willingness to’escape expressed in the spacious accommodation and warm, the attentive and personalized service, the original table and colorful.

Source : www.boraboracruises.com

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Type : Series of short films Theme : Sea voyage to the heart of archipelagos Title : Cruises in French Polynesia Synopsis : With two yachts of companie Bora Bora cruises, we go through the Leeward Islands, admire landscapes wonderful, sometimes some only accessible by sea and start to meet people, whose home is always very friendly and are happy to share with us their culture. Unit length : of 3 minutes 30 to 6 minutes Episodes: 7 Language : French Formats : 4/3
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