1. French Polynesia
Who wouldn’t want to move to a tropical paradise? French Polynesia is an overseas collectivity of France made up of 118 individual islands, while only 67 are inhabited by people. One of its most popular locations is Bora Bora, which is famous for its crystal blue water and amazing beach resorts and volcanos. It’s warm all year long, and it experiences a rainy season from December through February.
As you might imagine, everyone speaks French there. So if you’re even considering moving there, it’s best to learn the language. If you’re a citizen of France, it would be fairly easy to move there, since it’s a territory which is controlled entirely by the French Government. However, being an expat is a different story. Keep in mind that Tahiti is the only island that has public transportation. So if you plan on moving there, you’re basically stuck in that location until you’re able to purchase a car. But once you do, you can experience some amazing scenic roads along the coast line.