Vacationing with Pooja Batra at Tahiti

Pooja Batra is known to Malayalis for her appearances in the much successful Chandralekha with Mohanlal and Megham with Mammootty. Daivathinte Makan with Jayaram was her last Malayalam film. This former Miss India was also a shining star in Bollywood. Pooja made her Bollywood debut in 1997 with Priyadarshan’s Virasat. She has acted in more than 20 films in Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu.

Though she has taken a break from films after marriage, she makes it a point to share the happy moments of her life on social media. Pooja has over eight lakh followers on Instagram. Recently, the actor shared several travelogues. Pooja recently shared pictures from the Francis Ford Coppola Winery in Geyserville, California.

Pooja also posted photos taken during a visit to Wine County in Sonoma, California. Pooja Batra's Instagram also features vacation pictures from Tahiti, the largest island and tourist destination in the Windward Islands, part of French Polynesia. Here you can see pictures of bike rides on Bora Bora Beach. This beautiful sight is located at Le Taha'a Island Resort.

Tahiti is notable for its beautiful landscape and pleasant climate. Two volcanoes rising from the ocean actually transformed into Tahiti. The scenic beauty of the place and the network of coral reefs that surround the island make it a beautiful place. The Mother of Pearl, an artificial gem, is a popular tourist attraction in Tahiti.

Here are a few places to visit in Tahiti
Rangiroa Atoll: The Rangiroa Atoll is part of French Polynesia’s Tuamotu archipelago, and the second-largest atoll in the world. Known for its impressive snorkeling and scuba diving sites, there are several resorts for guests to stay in on Rangiroa. The name itself means “endless sky” in the local language.

Papenoo Beach: The shores of Papenoo – a small village located a little more than 5 miles along the eastbound road from Papeete – offers a reminder of the island's volcanic history. The Punaauai Beach (also known as the PK18 Beach due to its location on the road) features ebony sands that reach down into the clear blue waters of the South Pacific. And best of all, this beach doesn't see nearly as much tourist action as La Plage de Maui on Tahiti. That said, you will have to compete for waves with the island's surfing community. Although you won't find many amenities on the beach itself, you shouldn't have trouble finding something to nibble on in town. Papenoo, located on Tahiti's northern coast, can easily be reached by car or taxi from Papeete.

Moorea: Located in the Society Islands of French Polynesia, Moorea is the second most popular of the regions in Tahiti. A stunning tropical island with lush, majestic landscapes, Moorea is much cheaper than Bora Bora and enjoys less of the tourist crowds. Perfect for visitors on a budget, Moorea is home to rural farming landscapes and is famous for its pineapple plantations, which make for a fantastic day tour during your visit. Moorea is home to Haapiti, one of the most consistent surf breaks in the world, as well as some fantastic dive sites where you can enjoy close encounters with dolphins and reef sharks.

Robert Wan Pearl Museum: Established by local entrepreneur Robert Wan, Robert Wan Pearl Museum (Musee de la Perle Robert Wan) explores the role of the pearl in art, history, and literature. Exhibits reveal how pearls get from the sea to the display case and how ocean jewels were associated with religious rites and coveted as status symbols.


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