Best time to visit Bora Bora, weather all year round

Bora Bora is an island that is part of French Polynesia. It is a very popular destination especially among honeymooners. The high season lasts from May to October – the weather is warm with very little rain, but there are many visitors during this time of year, so book your accommodations in advance. April and November are good times to visit Bora Bora – the weather is perfect and there are fewer visitors during these two months. Low season is between December and March; the weather is wet and while there are fewer visitors, there are mosquitoes. Photo: BlueOrange Studio / Fotolia

Bora Bora weather and temperature per month

January welcomes the beautiful area of Bora Bora with warm and rainy weather. The precipitation averages are high at 310 mm. The average high temperature peaks at 87 ° F (30 ° C), while the average low temperature fluctuates at 24 ° C.

Bora Bora weather in February: the weather remains warm February with the high temperature averages at 87 ° F (30 ° C). On the other hand, the average low temperature decreases by a small amount to 76 ° F (24 ° C).

In March, the low temperature average returns to 76 ° F (24 ° C). The high temperature average remains at 87 ° F (31 ° C).

April sees a decrease in precipitation with rainfall expected at a moderate level of 5 inches (138 mm). Meanwhile, the mean low and mean high temperatures remain the same at 76 ° F (24 ° C) and 87 ° F (31 ° C), respectively.

Bora Bora weather in May: the weather in Bora Bora hardly changes can with very little downward temperature fluctuations. The average and average high temperature measure at 24 ° C and 86 ° F, respectively.

In June, temperatures continue their downward trend, with the average high temperature dropping to 84 ° F (29 ° C). Similarly, when temperatures are low, the average decreases by a few degrees to 73 ° F (23 ° C).

July sees the average low temperature constant at 73 ° F (23 ° C). The average high temperature also remains the same at 84 ° F (29 ° C). July is the driest month of the year with rainfall averaging 3 inches (77 mm).

Bora Bora weather in August: the coldest month of the year comes in August with the average high temperature at 83 ° F (29 ° C) – the lowest for the year. Meanwhile, the average low temperature remains steady at 73 ° F (23 ° C).

In SeptemberThe average high temperature returns to 84 ° F (29 ° C), while precipitation averages 4 inches (104 mm). Low temperatures remain the same.

October Temperatures begin to rise again, while the average of high temperatures rises to 30 ° C (86 ° F). The low temperature average increases by the same amount to 74 ° F (23 ° C).

Bora Bora weather in November: the average maximum temperature in Bora Bora remains unchanged November at 85 ° F (30 ° C). On the other hand, the average low temperature rises to 75 ° F (24 ° C).

DecemberBora Bora receives the greatest amount of precipitation annually, as rainfall totals up to 14 inches (342 mm). While the average low temperature remains steady at 24 ° C (75 ° F), the average high temperature sees another small increase to 86 ° F (30 ° C).

Bora Bora is a beautiful destination to visit. The best time to visit is usually between November and April. If you want to visit Bora Bora when the temperatures and climate are at their best, plan your visit anytime from March to October. To avoid thousands of tourists reaching the beaches of Bora Bora, it is best to come in November, which is also the time of the Hawaiki Nui Va'a Festival. For the best of all elements of a vacation such as tourist density, temperature and prices, plan your visit in April. Photo: Martin Valigursky / Fotolia

Coming to Bora Bora

Most people arrive in French Polynesia at Faaa International Airport in Papeete, the capital of the famous island of Tahiti. From this airport, visitors can fly on one of the frequent Air Tahiti flights that take just 45 minutes to get to Bora Bora. Most people arrive in French Polynesia at Faaa International Airport in Papeete, the capital of the famous island of Tahiti. Visitors can fly from this airport on one of the frequent Air Tahiti flights, which take just 45 minutes to Bora Bora. Photo: iPics / Fotolia

On the Road in Bora Bora

Once you arrive, there are several ways to get around Bora Bora. Biking is by far the easiest and most popular way to do it. The island is small: it only takes four hours to explore the entire island. Some resorts offer free bikes, while others charge minimum fees. Bicycles allow visitors to experience the beauty of Bora Bora firsthand. Rental cars are also available, but they are quite expensive. There is a local bus system called Le Truck, but it is known to be very unreliable. Cabs are also available in Bora Bora, but they are notoriously expensive. Photo: BlueOrange Studio / Fotolia

Restaurants and shopping

The food at the resort's restaurants is world-class: the food is almost as famous as the island itself! The restaurants at each of the ten resorts offer stunning views of the lagoon and serve fresh seafood and other delicious dishes.For those who want to try restaurants outside of the resorts, there are several areas to explore: Vaitape Village, Matira on the southern end of the island, and Povai Bay on the southwest coast. For those interested in shopping, many resorts have their own boutiques. Otherwise, head to Vaitape Village, where you'll find souvenir stores and black pearl jewelry. Photo: BlueOrange Studio / Fotolia

Getting Married in Bora Bora

Because of the stunning beauty of Bora Bora, this particular island is a very popular place for weddings and honeymoons. Weddings here are legally binding on citizens of Canada and the United States. The process to obtain the necessary documents can take up to eight months. Therefore, start planning early. If you are a French citizen, you must stay in French Polynesia at least one month before your wedding. Some of the popular resort wedding venues include the Hilton Nui Bora Bora, the Bora Bora Pearl Beach Resort and Spa, and the St. Regis Bora Bora Resort. Other activities in Bora Bora Photo: chachanit / Fotolia

Where to stay

Bora Bora is home to some of the most spectacular resorts in the world: no wonder they are photographed so often. The most famous resorts are those with bungalows perched above the crystal clear waters of the lagoon: Some of these luxurious properties include the Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora, Hilton Bora Bora Nui Resort and Spa, InterContinental Bora Bora Resort and Thalasso Spa, Le Meridien Bora Bora and others. But there are less expensive options on the island. There are small hotels, family-oriented hotels and vacation rentals such as Tahiti Homes, Tahiti in Style and Tahiti Villas. Photo: oocoskun-