Bored? Head to Bora Bora


If your Hamptons and Jersey Shore weekend beach excursions become a little humdrum this summer, perhaps head west – 6,336 miles west — to the exotic coastlines of Bora Bora. The Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora offers a luxurious tropical getaway in French Polynesia. Opened in 2008, the Resort marries the serenity of the South Pacific with the rich Polynesian arts of dance, song, cuisine, textiles and seafaring to provide a unique island experience. Engage in local Polynesian customs, explore active outdoor excursions, or simply unwind to the rhythmic ocean sounds.

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Located on a secluded coral island and fecund grove, the Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora is integrated into a vivid marine environment, replete with tropical plants, fauna, and vistas. Inviting turquoise waters meander through the premier waterfront property and overwater accommodations, shaping intimate views of the surrounding scenery.

Guests can relax at the Resort’s full-service spa, enjoy an evening of fire dance performances, or awake to breakfast delivered on a ceremonial Polynesian canoe. With the array of options and activities available, guests can personalize their island experiences to compose unforgettable memories.

Named Trip Advisor’s 2014 Travelers’ Choice Award for the #1 Luxury Hotel in the South Pacific among other impressive accolades, the Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora provides a restorative and alluring escape within the calming waters of French Polynesia. Room rates start at $1,361 per night, according to Expedia.

Explore the website for more information: http://www.fourseasons.com/borabora/

Photos courtesy of The Four Seasons Resort. All right reserved

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