When it comes to comparing the climate of Fiji to Bora Bora you have to think Fiji vs Tahiti – given that Bora Bora is Tahiti’s most famous island and therefore shares the same weather. Both island destinations enjoy a temperate tropical climate, with temperatures pretty much the same throughout the year. It is sliced into cubes and marinated in coconut milk, lemon juice, onion, cucumber, tomatoes, garlic and spring onion. The service at resorts and hotels in Bora Bora is exceptional though – it’s their specialty after all.
Both Bora Bora and Fiji, as you’d expect, offer amazing snorkeling and diving in pristine waters with superb visibility, and hundreds of fish species. Most resorts have onsite dive shops, and there are programs for everyone from newbie to seasoned pro. The Somosomo Straits in Fiji offers arguably the world’s best soft coral diving, while the natural ‘cleaning station’ at Anua in Bora Bora is a haven for Manta Rays. It is also easier to visit other islands when visiting Bora Bora due to (some-what) affordable inter-island flights. When there, you can also spend a couple nights in Tahiti and/or Mo’orea, which offer cheaper overwater bungalow accommodations and provide a unique beauty of their own.
Compared to other destinations, Bali is clearly the cheaper option. This is hardly unexpected since all other places except Bali are considered luxury destinations, whereas Bali is considered one of the world’s most affordable travel destinations in the world. If you aren’t a fan of long haul flights then French Polynesia will be the closest destination to North America whereas Fiji is about a 4 hour flight from Sydney. Lush rainforests, volcanic views, and active marine life, French Polynesia is an adventurers dream!
I can’t pick between the two – I had SO much fun exploring the underwater paradises of each. Also in my opinion the best beach of any of the resorts in French Polynesia. Bora Bora’s dry season, and the best to visit, is from May to October. Also, remember that the Maldives has high import taxes on everything, and labor is more costly. This will affect visitors through food prices and other daily necessities that you plan to purchase while visiting. The Maldives is less costly than Bora Bora, with charges starting from $2,000 per person for a seven-night stay.
Most guests to the Maldives and Bora Bora arrive immediately on the island and stay at the resort, which has a low crime rate. As a result, Roman Catholicism is practiced by 83 percent of Seychelles’ population. Despite the fact that Seychelles is a young country, there is much best sleeping bag for homeless to explore, such as traditional dances, arts and crafts, and a culture influenced by a varied range of ethnicities and religions. Its culture has been impacted by immigrants from Europe, Africa, and India. The islands were deserted when Europeans first arrived in Seychelles.