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Bora Bora, French Polynesia

Four Seasons Resort and Spa Sunday, January 18, 2009
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Transfer from Le Tahaa to Four Seasons

Sunday was our check-out day from Le Tahaa to the new Four Season's Resort and Spa in Bora Bora. You can actually see Bora Bora from Le Tahaa (if you go to the end of the resort on either side).

Sample invoice from Le Tahaa.

Four Season's Resort Map.

Four Season's postcard.

Taking the golf cart to the Le Tahaa helipad.

Helicopter Transfer

Helicopter to Bora Bora

The helicopter transfer from Le Tahaa to the Four Season's takes about 10 minutes, but it is an incredible fast journey.

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Helicopter approaching with Bora Bora peaks on the far horizon.

Inside the helicopter.

Two in the front and 4 (cramped) in the back.

Bora Bora.

Approaching the outer reef.

Flying over the motu's surrounding Bora Bora.

Flying over a resort.

The helicopter took off almost immediately after we landed.

Arriving at the Four Season's

Four Season's Helipad

Amidst some light rain showers, we landed at the Four Seaon's helipad with two golf carts awaiting us. The helicopter took off right after they dropped us off.

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Upon landing we went to the reception lobby to put down a credit card deposit and get our room cards.

For the first two days, we had a standard over-the-water hut with beach view.

View of the bathtub, which has doors that open to the deck.

Looking though the bath area into the bedroom.

His and her bathoom sinks.

Her sink has a mirror and blow-drying.


Walk-in shower with dual shower heads (one on top with the rainshower feature, which was pretty cool).

View of the bath. The doors open to the deck outside.

View of the closet area. Both his and her closets.



Deck area.

Looking to the tanning chairs.

Stairs down to swim platform.

Ladder to lagoon. It was about 15 feet deep here, and the water was a bit cloudy.

Four Season's Resort and Spa

Over the Water Huts

The resort property is huge. They have two complete sets of over-the-water hut fingers, along with beach bungalows.

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Resort pool.

Infinity pool looking towards beach.

Beach overlooking lagoon.

Pool area.

Pool level view. The resort is just beautiful.

Four Season's beach.

The pier and boardwalk out to the huts.

They have several private cabana's which are generally out of the afternoon Sun.

Infinity pool at sunset.

The Sun sets behind the peaks of Bora Bora.

Sunset at Bora Bora.

Dinner at Arii Moana, the main restaurant at the resort. The food was excellent. We at outside in the fresh tropical air.

End of Day

It was a busy day traveling between Le Tahaa and the Four Season's Resort and Spa. The helicopter ride was fantastic. The colors of the deep ocean pass, the lagoon and the beach really show the beauty of French Polynesia. The Four Season's is amazing. Great service, a new resort, and the huts are incredible. This by far, has to be my favorite resort anywhere in the world. Luxury comes at a price, but this luxury is well worth it.

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