Bora-Bora

<b>Distance from Baltimore:</b> About a 13-hour flight<br>
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<b>Why it's hot:</b> Part of the Society Islands in <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEOREG000024" title="Polynesia" href="/topic/international/polynesia-PLGEOREG000024.topic">French</a> Polynesia, this part of the South Pacific offers vacationers  white sand beaches, crystal clear water filled with a colorful array of fish, and a beautiful lagoon and coral reef, perfect for snorkeling and scuba diving.<br>
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<b>Don't miss:</b> Shark feedings. The thrilling event is popular on all of the main islands in French Polynesia and involves a quick boat trip to the lagoon. You can watch from the boat or the water (if you're brave enough) as experienced guides feed the sharks by hand.<br>
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<b>Information:</b> Go to <a href="http://www.tahiti-tourisme.com">tahiti-tourisme.com</a>

( Bob Chamberlin, Los Angeles Times / May 10, 2007 )

Distance from Baltimore: About a 13-hour flight

Why it's hot: Part of the Society Islands in French Polynesia, this part of the South Pacific offers vacationers white sand beaches, crystal clear water filled with a colorful array of fish, and a beautiful lagoon and coral reef, perfect for snorkeling and scuba diving.

Don't miss: Shark feedings. The thrilling event is popular on all of the main islands in French Polynesia and involves a quick boat trip to the lagoon. You can watch from the boat or the water (if you're brave enough) as experienced guides feed the sharks by hand.

Information: Go to tahiti-tourisme.com

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