The beautiful Bora Bora Island’s economy is driven singularly by tourism. In the course of the most recent couple of years a few resorts have been based on motu (little islands, from Tahitian) encompassing the tidal pond. Inn Bora opened in 1961, and after nine years manufactured the first over-the-water lodges on stilts over the lagoon. Today, over-water cottages are a standard component of most Bora resorts. The nature of those homes ranges from equivalently modest, essential housing to exceptionally rich and extravagant spots to remain. The greater part of the traveler destinations are water driven; on the other hand it is conceivable to visit attractions ashore, for example, WWII guns.