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    Yes, amazing and deliberately expensive - to keep the place 'exclusive'.
    If you have the mney you should go.
    Here's the worldnomads.com overview of the islands
    Send me a postcard.
    Phil at the safety hub. over 7 years ago

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    Try Bora bora lagoon resort over 7 years ago

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    Yes expensive and touristy. I prefer the outer islands which are much more private, authentic and less expensive. over 7 years ago

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    I was also looking for the same things thanks for sharing. over 7 years ago

    Answered by Craig Ervine via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    Stay on one of the motu's it's more romantic. over 7 years ago

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    Yes, those bungalows are romantic and amazing. But also highly overprized. Make sure you stay in one that only has a couple of bungalows, otherwise you might feel like in a chicken farm. The big resort chains all have around 100 bungalows, which takes away from the exclusivity in my opinion.
    Also, be aware that if you stay in one of the bungalows, you will not have a lot of contact with the local population. For that, I would recommend staying in a fare (pension). These are also waaaaay cheaper.
    In general, I think you should first decide on which island you want to visit, as they are all unique. Here is a little guide that showcases ten islands we visited in French Polynesia earlier this year: www.travelintense.com/eco-travel-destinations/french-polynesia. Read it, and then decide where your trip should go to!
    Have fun! over 5 years ago

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    Try Hotel Matira and Hotel MaiTai on Bora Bora. Not luxury resorts but good value and nice accommodations in the island's most beautiful beach. over 2 years ago

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