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Bora Bora Island

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Bora Bora (or Bora Bora) is an island of the Southeastern Pacific Social Islands. It is one of the tourist centers of French Polysia. Among the islands of the world, there is probably no one as stunning as Bora Bora. Forbes in 2005 named it the sexiest island - more than the name of the waves. Bora Bora is only 10 kilometers long, 4 kilometers wide, and 32 kilometers around the island in a week. The whole island is composed of a main island and Zhouguo Atoll. There is a large area of clear shallow water between the main island and the atoll. Among them, the color is like a dreamy blue lagoon, full of colorful living corals and countless tropical fishes traveling around it. The beach on the shore is meticulous and white as snow. Occasionally, the equatorial breeze, the bright sun shines on the South Pacific, the different levels of sea blue and the white umbrellas of the top resort hotels, making Bora Bora Island the most carefree tropical paradise for European and American tourists. American writer James Mitchner called the social islands of Bora "the most beautiful island in the world" in words to describe the natural sea view, the treasure left by nature. The wide sandy beach was full of crystal, fine sand, and one foot stepped on it, like stepping on a soft, comfortable carpet. A wave came and the sea rushed to my feet, cool and comfortable. The water retreated, and the sand I took slipped past my feet, and I felt a little itchy, and some sand stayed, which made my feet sink into the sand. Another wave hit, and my feet sank into a piece of sand several times, and even the back of my feet was submerged by the sand. Erqian on the white beach, the blue waves are pouring over the people's heads, the scenery in front of you will undoubtedly melt you in the arms of the sea, let you intoxicate in the realm of things I forgot. Even if you get a body of sand, a wave rolls over, the sand is washed away immediately, refreshing. 〈 Visa Entry to French Polynesia requires a passport and visa. Visa can be obtained by the French Consulate in Hong Kong, which takes about 10 days.

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