Dreams of basking on the beach and the beauty of nature are constantly visible in Tahiti. The island is located in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, surrounding islands of French Polynesia as well as its own, surrounded by coral reefs. Bora Bora Island, off the coast of Tahiti, is quite famous for the beauty of its sea turtles, diving and the rich marine life that lives in and around the island.

As Aquascope magazine – which coined the term “Aquascope’s Atlantis” to describe the dreamy island – points out, the sea turtles that nest around the island’s reefs may not be the only residents here: “The myriad inhabitants of the underwater world that permeates Tahiti’s waters are the dreamy sea turtles that emerge from the sea each morning and submerge themselves to sleep in the sun.”

This particular species of turtle has been critical in passing on its species from the mother sea turtle back to the next generations. The young turtles are able to emerge from the shallows and the bays to continue their journey back to the land, provided they have eaten enough.

If you want to see these remarkable creatures in their natural habitat, your best bet is to sail out on the spot boards and snorkeling equipment to better investigate the island’s dive sites.

The island is quite popular among diving enthusiasts, providing the perfect opportunity for serious scuba divers and those on less experienced dives. It’s also an ideal destination to get your dive buddies to socialize in a relaxed atmosphere away from the dive boats.

However, diving in Bora Bora isn’t just about diving. Luxury hotels, like the Four Seasons Bora Bora Beach and Village, offer various water sport activities, such as surfing, kayaking and paragliding.

The former is the most popular among tourists, with easy shoe leather available on the surf boards. Kayaks also provided a sturdy and secure way to get across the lagoon’s rises and the many man made ruins dotting the island breeze.

Paragliding, on the other hand, is a more challenging activity, but the rewards are worth the effort. Boasting a view of the island’s sunset and the central peak of Mount Otemanu, paragliding is a great way to discover the island. Those from the UK, in particular, will feel especially pleased by the birds and marine life they can spy as they glide over the water.

Dibaca juga : How to Pick Lottery Numbers – Is There a Strategy

For those who’d like to see some of the island’s flora, the two working farms that overlook the island are the Purple Caves and the Holyman Cave. Both are close to the Sheraton Hotel.

The Sheraton Hotel

The Sheraton Hotel is, for many, the hotel of choice when staying on the island. With properties in Nadi, Tahiti and Moorea, the hotel is one of the most famous hotels in the island.

The hotel’s facilities are, however, more than enough to make guests want to stay longer. Booking a room at the hotel is simple. Guests simply turn up and ask to be registered at the hotel’s reception desk. From here, they can book rooms in advance and arrange to meet up with resort guides should they visit during their stay.

If tourists do want to take a peek at the resort’s facilities, they can arrange for a tour of the facilities, including the Coral World Aquarium. Should tourists spend a lot of time in or around the water, the Coral World Aquarium is a more than adequate attraction. Not only does it offer visitors a glimpse into the underwater world of Bora Bora, it also has thousands ofpellets, sponges and other marine life to observe.