Halle Barry
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Halle Berry looks to be taking everyone’s dream vacation in Bora Bora and Tahiti. And luckily for fans and travel enthusiasts everywhere, she’s sharing her every move on social media.

The Oscar-winning actress posted her first snap from the tropical paradise five days ago on Instagram with the caption: “Mornings are amazing…”

Next, she shared a photo of two shot glasses with the caption: “Cheers to pour decisions.”

The star reportedly spent the Thanksgiving holiday weekend in paradise with her boyfriend Alex Da Kid, who was also featured in Berry’s Instagram stories from the island. According to E! News the couple enjoyed a bit of adventure on their vacation including jet-skiing, swimming, and even watching a fire-swinging poi performance before lounging about by the ocean.

Next up, Berry shared a photo of herself standing on the edge of her overwater bungalow with the caption: “What I call distancing myself from the bullshit!”

She followed that up with a photo of an absolutely stunning French Polynesian sunset.

Berry also shared a few images from the gorgeous black sand beaches along Tahiti’s shore, including one shot with the caption: “How about on the beach with black sand?”

And another saying: “Learning to let the universe direct my steps.”

It’s no surprise that Berry is having the time of her life galavanting around French Polynesia and chose to stay in a hotel with overwater bungalows just like the ones at the Four Seasons Resort in Bora Bora. That resort features 107 different rooms along the hotel’s private motu (small islet), that each show a different stunning view of the turquoise-blue South Pacific Ocean.

Halle Barry Instagram posts from Bora Bora
Credit: @hallebarry via Instagram

And, like Berry, if you visit make sure not to miss out on everything the island culture has to offer such as taking a walking tour of Tahiti’s Old Papeete, the capital of French Polynesia, or chartering a catamaran and exploring the many atolls. We suggest you even try to visit a few of the area’s lesser-known islands like Rangiora, Taha’a, and Maupit to get a true taste of untouched beauty.