Bora Bora is a tropical island official associated with French Polynesia. It has over 118 islands that get divided into five groups. France still issues passports to residents, which means the visa requirements to visit are minimal for many people.
The people in Bora Bora might speak some French, but the original settlers in the area spoke Tahitian. There isn’t a “B” in that language, so the island’s name is actually “Pora Pora.” That name means “first-born.”
The island is free of venomous snakes and insects. It is one of the few places in the world where you don’t need to cover yourself in mosquito repellent to enjoy a walk in the evening.
Flowers are one of the ways that people in Bora Bora talk with each other. Placing a blossom behind the left ear means that a woman is in a relationship.
The total area of Bora Bora is less than 30 kilometers, which means most people walk or use a bicycle to get around. There aren’t any public transportation options to use.
Here you can see live webcams located on the island of Bora Bora in the French Polynesia, Pacific Ocean. Most cams will give views of beaches, bars, streets and resorts in the area.
Eden Beach Hotel Bora Bora Webcam
This webcam gives a view of the island Bora Bora in the French Polynesia. The cool thing about this cam is provides a panoramic image. You can enlarge each section to get a more detailed view. Webcam updates every 15 seconds. Site also includes archived images from the past.
View Live Webcam: Eden Beach Hotel Bora Bora Webcam
Bora Bora French Polynesia Webcams
This site has five different webcams located in French Polynesia including Bora Bora, Moorea, Taha, Manihi and the Aremiti 5 – a ferry that goes between Tahiti and Moorea.
View Live Webcam: Bora Bora French Polynesia Webcams
Moorea Pearl Bora Bora Webcams
This site has three different webcams located at SPM Hotels Moorea Pearl Resort and Spa in Bora Bora.
View Live Webcam: Moorea Pearl Bora Bora Webcams