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Bora Bora: Village Temanuata

Traveling to Bora Bora can be intimidating. Particularly price-wise. This is certainly not a budget location, but there is at least, one notable exception to the rule: Village Temanuata.

Located right on Matira Beach (the one and only beach of Bora Bora main island) it offers a number of bungalows with either garden or beach view. Jacques (meet them in the picture) is really kind, witty & helpful. It's like being at your friend's home. But a really nice one. By the beach.

Warm & drinkable water, mosquito nets, lagoon view, bikes, kayaks and any activity you may dream of. He will call, run, drive. Do anything for your comfort, yet in a kind-non-compromising way. Just like a true friend would do.

It's the tiny details that bring the best life. Those things, he's really good at. So if you're dropping by or thinking about it, keep this spot in mind. It will not disappoint you. Guaranteed.

Lovely breakfast, by the sea.

Matira Beach.

The bungalow, as seen from the beach. Right in there. You can literally hear the waves splashing all night long. Man. It's super relaxing.

The other side, where the Intercontinental is located.

The cute garden, where coconuts are starting to grow tiny little palms.

Hang-out room, with books.

Set of chairs & shower, so you can enjoy comfortably even the day of check out.


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