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Which is a better vacation spot - Fiji or Tahiti?

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On our way home to the States from Austrailia and New Zealand, we are thinking of stopping at Fiji or the Tahiti/Bora Bora area to break up the lengthy plane ride.

Our family would very much appreciate opinions as to which one would make a better pit stop.

We would be staying over for approx 4 - 5 days. We are looking for some R&R, beautiful scenery, waterfalls and perhaps a zipline and snorkeling for some fun. My husband loves to fish. The beauty is the main thing, though, as well as a nice hotel. Preferably not in the cities area, but not too far off the beaten path either.

Thank you for your help!

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