Society Islands Travel Guide

The most visited archipelago in the French Polynesian Islands, the Society Islands lie halfway between Australia and California in the South Pacific. The islands are divided into two groups: the windward islands, which include the archipelago’s largest island, Tahiti, and the leeward group, which is home to the popular honeymoon island Bora Bora.

Settled by seafaring Polynesians before the 9th century, the Society Islands have attracted visitors ever since English explorer Captain James Cook first landed on the shores of Tahiti in 1769. The 1935 classic film “Mutiny on the Bounty” and its 1962 remake cemented the archipelago as the quintessential island holiday destination. Formed by volcanoes eons ago, the Society Islands are steeply mountainous, covered in lush jungle greenery and surrounded by crystalline beaches and turquoise lagoons.  The Society Islands includes the islands of Bora Bora, Huahine, Raiatea, Taha’a, Tahiti, and Tetiaroa.  To learn more about the different islands and there beaches, visit our French Polynesia Beaches  page here.  Continue reading our Society Islands travel guide for information to plan your next trip to this amazing beach destination.

Society Islands Weather – When to Visit

French Polynesia is at its best between June and August when the climate is the driest and the weather is still comfortable with temperatures between 68°F to 95°F. This can be busier, and the months either side of this time can still has comfortable temperatures, but lower prices. French Polynesia can be visited year-round, but between November and April there will be tropical showers passing more often than other times of the year. This is also a humid time of year, and can be uncomfortable.  It is recommended to choose a hotel with air-conditioning if vacationing here during these months.

Society Islands Attractions

This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is Matira-Beach-Bora-Bora-300x169.jpgMatira Beach – Bora Bora

Matira Beach is the largest public access beach in Bora Bora, so its a very popular beach with visitors. The water is crystal-clear and the sand is soft and downy. Matira Beach also has lots of resorts, shops and eateries, so it’s a convenient place to spend most of a day.  At Matira Beach the water is incredibly blue and is rarely ever crowded making it the perfect place for some rest and relaxation. The shallow waters aren’t the best for snorkeling, so you’ll have to go elsewhere if you want to snorkel.  The sunsets are amazing!

This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is Coral-Gardens-Bora-Bora-300x225.jpgCoral Gardens – Bora Bora

On a small islet just east of the main island and directly across from the Sofitel Bora Bora Marara Beach Resort, you’ll find a gorgeous coral reef. Most travelers hire a tour operator to guide them through the process of swimming and snorkeling among the coral, not to mention among sea life, such as sting rays, moray eels and black tip reef sharks.

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This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is Belvedere-Lookout-Moorea-300x184.jpgBelvedere Lookout – Moorea

With uninterrupted sights of Cook’s Bay, Opunohu Bay, Mt. Totui, and the lush vegetation of Opunohu Valley, the viewpoint offers great photographic opportunities. From sunrise to sunset, the extensive panorama takes in much of the island and its coastline. Bring a picnic with you, or head to the souvenir and snack stand before heading further into the hills or making your way back down. The point is easily accessible by car or on foot, as well as being a stop-off destination for a range of tour groups.

This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is Mount-Otemanu-Bora-Bora-300x197.jpgMount Otemanu – Bora Bora

Mount Otemanu is one of two peaks of an extinct volcano located at the center of the island. Rising 2,400-some feet above the lagoon, this volcanic remnant makes for a dramatic photo op or an adrenaline-pumping adventure. In fact, many say a trip to Bora Bora isn’t complete without a visit to the top of this breathtaking mountain. And fear not, hiking isn’t your only option; you can enjoy Mount Otemanu in all sorts of ways – a 4×4 tour, a boat tour, a helicopter tour or even some casual snapshots on the beach.

This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is Fautaua-Waterfall-Tahiti-300x169.jpgFautaua Waterfall – Tahiti

You may actually prefer visiting Tahiti during its rainy season for the Fautaua Waterfall alone, as more rainwater makes the waterfall even more dramatic. Located in the verdant Fautaua Valley, this natural wonder’s sparkling water cascades into a large pool. To reach the waterfall, you’ll have to take a pretty arduous hike, which is probably best done with a tour group or guide (your hotel or vacation rental host should be able to provide information on local guides).

This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is Lagoonarium-Moorea-300x169.jpgLagoonarium – Moorea

Swim with rays, sharks, and tropical fish at Lagoonarium, a protected underwater environment off the coast of Moorea. Take a three-minute boat trip out to the reserve before plunging beneath the waters to inspect the marine life so abundant in French Polynesia. An untouched coral garden provides the backdrop for your views, and the helpful and friendly staff remain on hand to inform, entertain, and assist you. Bring your own snorkeling gear, or rent what you need.

This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is Point-Venus-Tahiti-300x200.jpegPoint Venus – Tahiti

Point Venus, with its large beach of black sand, emerald water, mythical lighthouse and a long and a great history is a charming place, which you should not miss when visiting Tahiti.  Today, the Point Venus lighthouse still operates and is used for aerial navigation.

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This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is magical-mountain-moorea-300x225.jpgMagic Mountain – Moorea

Head up Magic Mountain for extensive views of the coastline, towns, and coral reefs of Moorea. Take an ATV tour up the mountain or hike to its peak for panoramic views of the surrounding scenery–you may even spot a whale breeching close to the shoreline. The lush vegetation covering its slopes extends into the valley, providing superb photographic opportunities, with rich greens and light blues dominating the landscape.

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This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is Bora-Bora-Turtle-Center-300x178.jpgBora Bora Turtle Center

The Bora Bora turtle center was created with one main objective:to protect and aid the marine turtles of French Polynesia.  The Bora Bora Turtle center offers a museum, an underwater observatory for viewing marine turtles, fish and coral, educational aquariums, a touch pool, a coral nursery and a laboratory.

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This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is Temae-Beach-Moorea-300x169.jpgTemae Beach – Moorea

The best beach on the east coast, and the widest perhaps in all of French Polynesia, stretches from Teavaro round to the airport. The Sofitel Ia Ora Moorea Beach Resort occupies part of the beach, where there’s superb snorkelling in the shallow water and out on the lagoon side of the fringing reef. The public section of Temae Beach, just north of the Sofitel, usually gets crowded on weekends. Do not leave valuables in your car.

Best Society Islands Tours & Activities

Bora Bora Jet Ski Tour

Zip around the Bora Bora lagoon on a morning or afternoon Jet Ski tour past water bungalows, sailboats and the lush green slopes of Mt Otemanu. Aboard a single or double Jet Ski, you’ll cruise across sparkling aquamarine waters with an expert guide leading the way. Make several stops for swimming and a coconut husking demonstration, ensuring plenty of photo ops in this Polynesian paradise.  Read more about Bora Bora Jet Ski Tour

Bora Bora Snorkeling Cruise

Bora Bora’s warm lagoon is home to hundreds of marine species, from stingrays to blacktip sharks and lemon sharks. With this guided snorkeling tour, maximize your chances of seeing these creatures in their natural habitat. Watch as your guide feeds sharks, and dive on in to explore several snorkeling spots under safe supervision.  Read more about Bora Bora Snorkel Cruise Including Snorkeling with Sharks and Stingrays

Tahiti Island Tour Including Venus Point, Taharaa View Point and Vaipahi Gardens

Get an overview of Tahiti on a 5-hour sightseeing tour of island highlights with an informative guide. Walk around the black-sand beaches of Matavai Bay at Venus Point and the Arahoho blowhole, marvel at the ancient Polynesian temples of the west coast. Wander tree-lined paths past ponds and waterfalls at the botanical Vaipahi Garden and visit the Taharaa lookout known as One Tree Hill. During your afternoon coach tour, with hotel pickup in Papeete, you’ll learn about the history of French Polynesia while soaking up panoramic island views.  Read more about Tahiti: Venus Point, Taharaa View Point and Vaipahi Gardens

Moorea 4WD Tour Including Belvedere Pineapple Farm and Magic Mountain

Venture beyond the resorts on this full-day tour of Moorea, which guarantees a first-hand look at all the island’s top sights and fuss-free transport between them. Get off the beaten path and venture to viewpoints such as Magic Mountain and Belvedere Lookout, see marae (Polynesian temples) and pineapple fields, and visit an island distillery. Expert narration is offered throughout.  Read more about Moorea 4WD Tour

Moorea Solo or Twin Jet Ski Tour

With this Moorea Jet Ski tour, you’ll get to know the island’s jagged volcanic mountains, sandy beaches, and gorgeous bays—all with the help of a local guide. See more than you could on your own and hop on a solo or twin Jet Ski in search of native wildlife in their natural environment. You’ll even have a chance to swim with stingrays and sharks and spot turtles, dolphins, and whales (in season).  Read more about Moorea Solo or Twin Jet Ski Tour

Best Bora Bora Restaurants

La Villa Mahana  $31 – 60

Ten minutes from the Vaitape dock is one of the best places to dine in all of French Polynesia. Only a handful of tables are peppered throughout this quaint two-story restaurant, which means personal service and exquisitely crafted dishes are the standard.  Make reservations in advance.  Telephone:  689 40 67 50 63  Web:  La Villa Mahana

Lagoon by Jean-Georges  $31 – 60

Aside from the illuminated water on the deck, the thoughtfully designed main dining room and perfect view of Mount Otemanu, this Jean-Georges Vongerichten-helmed restaurant at The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort packs a delectable punch with its first-rate cuisine.  Telephone:  689 40 60 70 88  Web:  Lagoon by Jean-Georges

Fare Manuia  $11 – 30

This roadside thatched-roof pit stop has more than meets the eye. A French Polynesian blend of East meets West, with its own unique island spin, results in rich flavors and a wide variety of choices. Go hungry, leave fulfilled.  Telephone:  689 40 67 68 08  Web:  Fare Manuia

Le Matira Beach Restaurant  $11 – 30

Enjoy a casual lunch or a romantic dinner atop this unbeatable terrace overlooking the beach. Mouthwatering pan-fried foie gras followed by chocolate-covered banana cake is enough to keep you coming back night after night.  Telephone:  689 40 67 07 79  Web:  Le Matira Beach Restaurant

Kaina Hut  $11 – 30

This sandy-floored hut is home to excellent pastas in fresh sauces, breadfruit gnocchi and New Zealand meats. You certainly won’t want to skip dessert here; the fruit panna cotta is not to be missed.  Telephone:  689 40 67 54 06  Web:  Kaina Hut

Best Tahiti Restaurants

L’O à la Bouche  $31 – 60

L’O à la Bouche has a strong reputation for delivering top gourmet food in French Polynesia. Enjoy unique dishes made with freshly caught seafood and an extensive wine selection. The food is always beautifully presented, with a warm and romantic ambiance throughout the restaurant.  Telephone:  689 40 45 29 76  Web:  L’O à la Bouche

Le Coco’s  $31 – 60

Considered one of the most romantic dining spots in Tahiti, Le Coco’s offers diners French cuisine with the best local French Polynesian produce and ingredients.  Other dishes include influences from Spain, Portugal and Italy, as well as China and Asia.  A waterfront setting with views out to Moorea, Le Coco’s is a beautiful spot to watch the sun go down over a fine meal.  Telephone:  689 40 58 21 08  Web:  Le Coco’s

Le Lotus  $31 – 60

This restaurant is part of the InterContinental Tahiti Resort, situated over the water, looking out to the lagoon and the resort’s sandy-bottom swimming pool.  Dine on freshly caught seafood as well as a selection of meat dishes, with a wide selection of French wines.  Live piano helps set the mood.  Telephone:  689 40 86 51 10  Web:  Le Lotus

Blue Banana  $11 – 30

Blue Banana is a fun and vibrant restaurant with gorgeous views out to the lagoon. Seafood is the specialty, the poisson cru is a favorite with many, but they also offer a variety of meat dishes as well. There’s seating both indoors and outside, so you can enjoy the fresh ocean air as you feast on the fruits of the sea.  Telephone:  689 40 41 22 24  Web:  Blue Banana

Le Carre  $31 – 60

Located within Le Meridien Tahiti, Le Carre restaurant offers diners stunning views of the lagoon, as well as views out to Moorea. The restaurant’s distinguishing features from other resort dining areas is its stylish decor and low lighting, adding to the ambiance. French cuisine features heavily on the menu as well as a variety of fresh seafood dishes.  Telephone:  689 40 47 07 23  Web:  Le Carre

Best Huahine Restaurants
Huahine Yacht Club  $11 – 30

In a great location right on the lagoon, this lively restaurant is a favorite local watering hole and the best place to eat around Fare. With polished oyster shells nailed to the walls and lights strewn from the thatched ceiling, it has a beach-bar vibe and cooks a mean shrimp curry.  Telephone:  689 40 68 70 81  Web:  Huahine Yacht Club

Chez Tara  $11 – 30

One of Huahine’s unexpected gems, Chez Tara is easily the best place on the island to sample Tahitian specialties. Head here on Sundays for its legendary ma’a Tahiti (traditional Tahitian food, served buffet-style at noon; 3500 CFP), which should satisfy all but the hungriest of visitors. It’s in a great location, right on the lagoon. Bookings essential.  Telephone:  689 40 68 78 45  Web:  Chez Tara

Pizzeria Roulotte Italia  Under $10

Follow the sign from the main road about 1.5km north of Fare to find this Italian-run mobile food van serving Huahine’s best pizzas plus a few extras such as saccotini (small fried pizzas) lasagne and tiramisu. Try the ‘Huahine’ pizza with fresh tuna and Roquefort cheese or the ‘lobster’, which as the name suggests, is topped with fresh, local crustacean.  Telephone:  689 87 31 41 89 Web:  Pizzeria Roulotte Italia

Best Society Islands Nightlife

Fare Manuia – Bora Bora

Fare Manuia likes any excuse to party so most ‘occasions’ are celebrated. Staffed by young & knowledgeable team the wooden bar with its extensive list of spirits on display is backed by a large full-screen TV – this is where Bora Bora gathers to watch major international sporting events with an owner/operator sufficiently flexible to ensure the bar is humming irrespective of the time of such events.  Telephone:  689 40 67 68 08  Web:  Fare Manuia

Bloody Mary’s – Bora Bora

Bloody Mary’s is Bora Bora’s most famous bar – visited by the rich & famous, by celebrities from all over the world.  This is a huge traditional style fare made from local timbers with a thatched pandanus roof & its famous white sand floor. The bar is crafted from coconut, the stools on which you sit bar-side likewise made from the trunks of coconut trees.  Telephone:  689 40 67 72 86  Web:  Bloody Mary’s

The Piano Bar – Tahiti

The Piano Bar is the most popular of the “sexy clubs” along this street, especially for its late-night strip shows featuring female impersonators. It’s open daily from 3pm to 3am.  Telephone:  689 40 42 88 24  Web:  The Piano Bar

Morrison’s Cafe – Tahiti

Have a drink, watch the sunset, and check e-mail at this popular bar just across the road from the cruise dock. There’s live music on the terrace on weekends.  Telephone:  689 40 42 78 71  Web:  Morrison’s Cafe

Le Chaplin’s – Tahiti

You’ll find more than 50 cocktails on the bar menu at this Centre Vaima bar. There’s music and video clips to keep you entertained.  Telephone:  689 40 42 73 05 Web:  Le Chaplin’s

Best Society Islands Hotels

InterContinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa

InterContinental Bora Bora Resort & Thalasso Spa is located between the two hearts of Motu Piti Aau, a coral island on the barrier reef. The Deep Ocean Spa is the centerpiece, but the resort offers lots of cultural and recreational activities to fill your days including canoeing, kayaking, snorkeling, stargazing and handicraft demonstrations.

Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora


Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora is a South Pacific paradise, combining the highest standards of service with ultramodern comforts and the natural ease and gracious hospitality of the Polynesian culture. Set upon Bora Bora’s surrounding coral atoll, the Resort is a vast tropical grove, replete with coconut palms and pandanus trees. Meandering channels of pure turquoise lead to the main beach or to smaller lagoons, waiting to be discovered. Every vista is breathtaking. The Resort offers 100 overwater bungalow suites and seven inclusive beachfront villa estates, all designed with thatched roofs and decorated with indigenous artwork.

Opoa Beach Hotel

Opoa Beach Hotel is situated on the South of the Island of Raiatea. Hidden in the middle of a dense forest, the hotel is found on the side of the lagoon with a fine sand beach and great views of the lagoon, motu, the coral reef and some fabulous sunrise over Huahine. This small hotel was hand built by French Polynesia lovers to offer to its guest’s authenticity, serenity, warmth, in one word: all you need to make your holidays a success.

The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort

The exclusive St. Regis Bora Bora Resort is 44-acre resort located in Bora Bora, French Polynesia, an island paradise. Our elite accommodation offering villas over the crystal waters of the South Pacific features the 13,000 sq ft Miri Miri spa and Lagoon Restaurant by Jean Georges.

Intercontinental Bora Bora Le Moana Resort

L’InterContinental Bora Bora Le Moana Resort is located to the south side of the main island, at the famous Matira point, considered as one of the most beautiful beach in the world. The hotel situated only 8 kms away from the main city of Vaitape, offers you a breathtaking view on the lagoon, but also on the impressive Mt Otemanu and Pahia.

Le Taha’a Island Resort & Spa

Le Taha’a Island Resort and Spa “ welcomes you to a world of immaculate beauty, a timeless universe of refined authenticity. Located on the secluded Motu Tautau, facing the island of Taha’a on one side and the most perfect view of Bora Bora on the other side, the resort, inspired by traditional Polynesian architecture and style, hosts 60 remarkable suites and villas.

Le Meridien Bora Bora

Le Meridien Bora Bora is a luxury resort in Bora Bora, French Polynesia set on an islet surrounded by the most beautiful lagoon in the world and overlooking Mount Otemanu. This resort offers guests a contemporary design blended with Polynesian culture.

26 Comments

  1. Henry

    Hi! I have been wanting to visit Bora Bora all my life. And just reading about it excites me.

    I really like it’s strategic location between Australia and California in the South Pacific. I have always heard of Matira Beach’s incredibly blue waters and about the gorgeous coral reef. I also love snorkeling and Bora Bora is a great place for it too. I believe we finally may be able to go this year.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Great Henry!  If you need any additional information or I can help you in anyway with your vacation plans, please let me know.  Thanks for visiting my Society Islands Travel Guide.

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  2. Sam

    Glad I found this site. Me and my family are booked in to stay in Bora Bora 3 months from now. Thanks for all of the great content you have come up with, has helped a lot!

    Sam

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Great! I am glad I could help with your planning! Have a wonderful time 🙂

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  3. rog

    Great site! I have not heard of the Society Islands before, but have been looking for a good beach destination. I am glad I found this post, as the Society Islands looks like a great fit for a vacation for me. I would like to travel there in December. How will the weather be this time of year?

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      I am glad you found this information useful and that you have decided to make the Society Islands your next vacation destination. The weather is pretty much ideal year round. December is a great time as the rates are a little lower and the weather is still beautiful. You will have a wonderful time. Please let me know if I can provide you with any additional information.

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  4. Excelle

    I could not have stumbled on this post at a better time than this. My best mate and I are planning a lovely holiday but we’ve been undecided on the destination, but now, I know Bora Bora is a place to behold.

    Better yet, the info you supplied on lovely hotels with car hire service is just a life saver.

    I have shared this post with my mate hoping she approves.

    Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are very welcome! Yes, Bora Bora is a beautiful destination and I don’t think you will have a hard time “selling” this destination at all. Thank you for visiting my Society Islands Travel Guide.

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  5. Himbru

    Very informative article about Society Islands. I was really ignorant about these beautiful Islands earlier. If I get the chance to go out of my continent for leisure travel definitely I’ll choose Society Islands first as I’m living in India.
    Your site is really very informative for travel purpose. And I’ll tell my country people about Society Islands and it’s attractive tourist places.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Great!  I am glad I could provide an informative post with information that you can use in the near future.  The Society Islands is really a great travel destination!   Thank you so much for stopping by my Society Islands Travel Guide.

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  6. Stephanie Moore

    Your site drew my attention, and was very informative. I too have lived in Florida all my life,but Leahrae, you provided me with so much information I didn’t know. I did not realize there was so much to do in Naples, but then again I guess it’s just like any other small town in Florida. The night life is going strong, as does the rental cars. I’ve always thought Tampa or Orlando were considered in the middle,what’s your opinion on this? We sure could have used your suggestions last July when we started making plans to go to Germany. But none the less, we had a ball.I’d like to tell you an amazing story that happened to me. This pertains to the specific part on your destination packages page where you referred to the part about watching the sun set . One evening my late husband and I had driven over to St. Petersburg Beach to see the sunset. As we sat on the beach watching the sun go lower,lower,lower into the water, he says to me in his most serious voice…..Now if you listen closely, you’ll hear the ssssssssssssssssssssss as the sun goes all the way down! 

    Now to the Society Islands page.  I was reading all your pages and came across this particular post which intrigued me as I have never heard of the Society Islands before.  Sounds like a wonderful destination, and so many great beaches!  It is now on my bucket list!  Thanks for sharing such an informative post, and website!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      I totally agree that Orlando is in the middle.  I consider Tampa just a hair more west.  And I have been told that too….to listen to sssssssss as the sun goes down.  A lot of people have not heard of the Society Islands which is really a rather beautiful and unique destination.  You would absolutely love the beaches and the just the culture there.  It is a rather great experience!

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  7. Chris

    My fiancée wants us to go to Tahiti and Bora Bora for our honeymoon and it would be our first time traveling together. I didn’t think about getting all the right details for restaurants, car rentals and hotels. I am very glad I came across your travel guide it is very thorough! Bookmarked 🙂

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Glad I could help and have a wonderful time! Please let me know if you need any other information for your trip. I would be more than glad to help! Thanks for visiting the Society Islands Travel Guide.

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  8. Phildora Perez

    Leahrae, I thought Bora Bora was a myth! Boy was I wrong. It is absolutely beautiful and untarnished. Your videos are phenomenal and allows me to see from an arial viewpoint just how lovely, peaceful, and luscious the island is. I have got to go there!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Yes, Bora Bora is one of those exotic beautiful beach destinations that everyone who loves beaches needs to visit at least once in a lifetime for sure. I am glad you enjoyed reading the Society Islands travel guide.

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  9. Lathera

    Beaches in Exuma Bahamas is also a great travel destination for the entire family. Have you visited there?  This looks to be a wonderful beach destination, which is what brought Exuma, Bahamas to mind.  You have done a wonderful job, and I have been looking for information on the Society Islands and you have provided everything!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      I have not visited Exuma in the Bahamas but I do have information on it 🙂  I am glad I could help you with the Society Islands.  The beach of French Polynesia are wonderful!  Thanks for visiting BeachTravelDestinations.com!

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  10. denney.

    I have never been to any island let alone get out of my country, and when I saw the picture of the Society Islands I was blown away, I am definitely gonna reference back to your page by bookmarking it, and when we are ready I am gonna set a course for Bora Bora. thank you for sharing this..

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Yes, Bora Bora is probably the best out of all the French Polynesia Islands.  The hotels there are 5 star and phenomenal.  Glad you enjoyed reading and thanks for visiting BeachTravelDestinations.com!

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  11. Andrea

    Wow, you made me wish to book a flight and get to one of these islands! Loved the pictures you choose and you structured your text very well, so that I could really have an Idea what to do and where to go. Also the order of your content made sense to me. Keep on going and growing, Mattysmom!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Thank you so much Andrea and I glad you enjoyed reading.  The Society Islands in the French Polynesia is really like a dream spot as far as beach destinations goes.  Thank you for visiting!

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  12. Agnes

    This is great. Once again love reading your material, you never disapoint. So much information and gorgeous places so hard to choose. You really know your stuff. Thank you, its a pleasure coming back to your site every time.

    Agnes

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Thank you Agnes, and thank you for visiting again 🙂 Soon you will just have to get your beach destination planned! You won’t regret it!

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  13. Tony

    Thanks for the info. My wife and I have been looking to go on a trip to get away from our hecktic and busy lifestyle, and by looks of some of the recommendations in the Society Island Travel Guide we may have just found our next vacation. Thanks for all the hard work and detail to your readers.
    Cheers,
    Tony

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Thank you Tony and I hope you and your wife can get away soon.  It is such a beautiful place, perfect for couples for sure.  Also let me know if you need any additional information!

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