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Tahiti in French Polynesia – One Heavenly Beautiful Place on Earth

28 March 2009 One Comment

I could not imagine that there are so beautiful places all around, when I came to know about a place called Tahiti in the South Pacific Ocean surrounded by North America, South America, Australia, New Zealand & South East Asia. If you observe, we are so much into the world map as given that we most of the times ignore this area of the world map. We span across North America to East most Asia and that’s it. But this part is always isolated – and it’s good in a way because that’s why it could remain as beautiful as it is. Few of the pictures below, would give you an idea on what we have been missing.

Tahiti is largest group of islands and most populated island that forms part of French Polynesia, a French overseas collectivity in the southern Pacific Ocean.

Apart from Tahiti, Bora Bora is one of the important atolls and islands around. Bora Bora looks somewhat like this, and that’s how I start dreaming about staying in resorts in Bora Bora for at least a week in my life long. It’s ideal place for honeymoon couples and people looking for romantic places.

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We probably can enjoy all water sports here like underwater diving, surfing, kayaking and even parasailing. While we plan a trip here, we have to keep in mind that cotton wear, beach wear and clothes that suit to warm weather are better. Islands always give me a pinch that I shall always carry mosquito repellent creams. That’s anyways anywhere you go on any islands.

Also keep in mind that if you need visa, you can get it from French embassy in your country if you are not entitled to free stay without visa. I am all sold on the idea of spending some quality time in there.

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