French Polynesia is the perfect island get away, with warm weather, and stunning lagoons with pure blue sea. With beautiful clear water corals the sea attracts a variety of sea life from fish and dolphins to rays, sharks, turtles and more perfect for those that love snorkelling, diving and swimming.
For those that prefect water activities the sea is also great for surfing, kitesurfing and windsurfing, all of which are sure to boost adrenaline.
The French Polynesian islands were described as heaven on earth when the first European explorers found the land. Its stunning natural beauty makes it still so, though it has embraced the modern world, the trees still bear fruit, the mountains are still enchanting and the lagoons are still a dreamlike blue.
If you happen to be visiting in July you will be plunged into the islands most vibrant time of year that of the Heiva Festival. The festival includes traditional costumes, percussion performances, sport dance and singing competitions, and experience not to be missed.
The most popular of the French Polynesian islands would be Bora Bora. Bora Bora is the true projection of paradise, with fish filled blue waters, white sand beaches and a beautiful coral reef.