- The St. Regis Bora BoraThe St. Regis Bora BoraBora-Bora, Polynesia
- The BrandoThe BrandoBora-Bora, Polynesia
- Sofitel Bora-Bora Marara Beach ResortSofitel Bora-Bora Marara Beach ResortBora-Bora, Polynesia
French Polynesia comprises of a large water area including hundreds of islands, with the most well-known ones belonging to the Society Island group: Tahiti, Bora-Bora, Moorea, Raiatea, Tahaa and Huahine. The islands are igneous and appear to be the peaks of the volcanoes, that became extinct two million years ago. They are famous not only for secluded beaches with white sand and rare underwater inhabitants, but also for the colorful Maori culture. The Bora-Bora Island is a real jewel mounted by the azure fringe of the Pacific waters. Its area is 40 square kilometers with a population of 7395 people.
The main tourist contingent are real gourmet-travelers having been to many unique places on the planet; just-married couples coming here to hold a romantic wedding ceremony; and, of course, divers who would definitely love this place. Bora-Bora is home to one of the most beautiful lagoons in the world with its facets shining with sapphire, emerald and turquoise. Here are located the most luxurious and expensive hotels, spread over small islands around Bora-Bora and on the main island.
Russian citizens need to proceed a visa.