The adult couple romantic vacation is here waiting for you, whether you’re seeking out an island-hoping adventure or you’re yearning for the isolated atoll fringed with palms where you can kick back along the waters edge, look no more…we’re revealing one of the most romantic opportunities available.
Luxury Romantic Vacations has rated the Society Islands as one of the best options for an adult couple romantic vacation. The Society Islands are those little gems located in the South Pacific, the Islands surrounding Tahiti.
Captain James Cook, in his early discoveries of these islands, simply described these islands as “Paradise”. There’s a reason for that, they are lush with tropical jungles, clear transparent turquoise waters, atolls galore with surrounding lagoons filled with the most brilliant colorful fish our planet has to offer.
We’re going to focus more explicitly on one island within the Society Islands, also known as French Polynesia. We’ve had the opportunity to spend several weeks touring about these gorgeous islands, as a result, we’re revealing the facts about the best area for you to enjoy an adult couple romantic vacation.
The romantic island we highly recommend for you to visit is Bora Bora. This island lets you enjoy yourself, in a romantic adult setting. While engaged in this tropical fun atmosphere you have the option to go nude while hanging out in the water or on one of the many spectacular beaches. You can find a nice section of secluded beach and let yourself go in this beautiful tropical setting.
In addition to the nude opportunities Bora Bora offers are the many fun and thrilling activities from snorkeling, para sailing, to simply hiking into the lush tropical jungle setting. You can literally get lost, away from it all in this tropical paradise.
Bora Bora is where the turquoise lagoons come to life to fill every imagination of your mind. You do not have much work to do on this adult couple romantic vacation.
Bora Bora, located in French Polynesia, utilizes a local currency. You can easily convert money at the exchanges in the banks or simply use your credit card.
Getting around the island is fairly easy. There’s a road that nearly circumnavigates Bora Bora. The road primarily hugs the coastline so you get some impeccable views and the option to stop along the route and enjoy the romantic settings. For a little more adventure, take a bicycle. It’ll take you a good day to ride around, and you’ll not only get some good exercise but you’ll have the ability to absorb all of the surroundings, some that you’ll likely miss while in a car or a fast moving scooter. You can rent the bikes , cars or scooters on the island.
To add to your romance is the road that takes you over the island. This is beauty just waiting for you. The road is easily missed, just south of the town of Vaitape. It’s best to ask some locals where the turn-off is. You can only drive a few miles by car then the rest is by foot along a path. It’s worth the time, the beautiful vista’s display such elegance!
There’s lot’s to explore on Bora Bora, including the little motu’s. You can catch a boat ride to these little coral gems and have the seclusion you’ve long waited for on your adult couple romantic vacation. Many of the resort hotels offer free boat trips to a motu, provided you’re a paying guest at
the resort, spa or restaurant.
Just make a simple inquiry and before you know it you’ll be on the motu, a speck of coral land that surrounds an island, yielding a lagoon on the inside and
the ocean on the outer side.
Where to stay on Bora Bora?
You have many options to choose, from the resort style hotels to the smaller quaint hotels. If you want true exclusion, then stay on a motu. Here’s some of the motu hotels you can check out: Le
Meridien Bora Bora, Eden Beach, Sofitel Motu, Bora Bora Lagoon Resort, Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort, Mai Moana Island, and Le Paradis.
How To Get To Bora Bora…
There are several flights that take you directly to Papeete, Tahiti. From Papeete you’ll transfer to a commuter aircraft and fly directly to the Motu Mute airport serving all of Bora Bora.
Craig Dahl – Senior Editor