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Bora Bora Bungalow Life

Nothing will make you feel more relaxed and “vacation-y” quite like your own tropical bungalow over the deep blue ocean. If you’re headed to Bora Bora, you definitely do not want to miss out on an experience like this.

Overwater bungalows are not hard to come by in French Polynesia. There are many hotels offering bungalow accommodations which range from quaint to top of the line luxury.

Autumn Aquarius Hotel Maitai Polynesia

For our stay on Bora Bora, we called the  Hotel Maitai Polynesia home for three nights. It is one of the more affordable places to stay (Bora Bora is crazy expensive!) so it lacks some extra amenities like a pool and fitness center, but those things are absolutely unnecessary. Especially in a beautiful place like Bora Bora where the ocean is your pool and fitness center.

Autumn Aquarius Hotel Maitai

The room was simple, clean, air-conditioned, and had just spacious enough for the two of us. The window directly across from the bed, the glass coffee table, and huge sliding glass door leading out to the lanai, provided ample views of the surrounding sea.

Autumn Aquarius Bungalow views

With a convenience store (Tiare Market), two local restaurants, and public beach all within walking distance, the location was great!

What I loved the most about Hotel Maitai Polynesia was the authentic Polynesian ambiance, and helpful staff. We felt genuinely welcomed, and everyone was very helpful in getting us where we needed to go.

Autumn Aquarius relaxing view

I’m so happy we got to experience what it is like to stay in an overwater bungalow on the beautiful island of Bora Bora. Nothing beats jumping into the warm, inviting sea straight from your balcony as you wake up, or right before you go to bed! Now, when I stare at that generic, default island screen saver with the overwater bungalows on it, I will always think of our stay in Bora Bora.

Autumn Aquarius Overwater Bungalows

Check out the video of our French Polynesia trip here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

17 responses to “Bora Bora Bungalow Life”

  1. […] Experiencing a dreamy over water bungalow right over the ocean left a lasting impression on us in Bora Bora. And, on the island of Tahiti,  our love of Tahitian culture and dance came […]

  2. What a wonderful honeymoon. Thanks for sharing.💕

  3. Oh wow that is really a picturesque view,

    1. I could wake up to it everyday ❤️. Thanks for reading!

      1. You know what? Reading your posts have inspired me to write about my travels too!

        1. Really?? Wow, I am very glad to hear that. Thank you !

          1. I just posted a post about my trip to Melaka! Please check it out! I would love to see what you think of it! 🙂

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  5. These photos are so beautiful!! I really want to visit Bora Bora 😍

    1. Thanks, beautiful! Bora Bora is paradise. Great food, good people, and amazing culture. I hope you visit one day. It was definitely a dream come true for me! Thanks for stopping by my blog ❤

  6. Oh wow! Looks absolutely amazing! I’d love to spend a week just enjoying the sun and the local food there. 🙂

    1. It was such a dream come true. I hope to one day go back and explore more, but it was enough to do it once.

  7. I’m craving for that experience. Ooooooh

    1. Same! I wish I could live it every day! Thanks for reading ❤

  8. Some great motivation to try to get to Bora Bora right here. It was always one of those destinations I thought out of reach. Great to here there are options us mere mortals can use to stay on the island.
    Thanks for posting!
    Jeremy

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