Overall, there’s no bad time to visit Bora Bora, with temperatures averaging around 26°C throughout the entire year, and minimal fluctuation between day and night temperatures, everyday is perfect!
Bora Bora has a tropical climate with two distinct seasons: The wet season (summer) and the dry season (winter). During the wet season, which lasts from December-March, there is a higher chance of rain and temperatures are more humid. Bora Bora’s dry season lasts from June-October, bringing clear blue skies and slightly cooler temperatures.
Not surprisingly, the wet season is Bora Bora’s low tourist season, and if you’re willing to deal with the unpredictable weather, it’s the cheapest time of year to visit. The paradise-worthy weather in the dry season, on the other hand, attracts the biggest crowds, which leads to a noticeable increase in prices. August and September, in particular, are some of the busiest months in Bora Bora because they coincide with school holidays in Europe. Another popular time to visit is during the famous Tahiti Heiva Festival, which runs from mid-June to mid-August.
Many classify April, May, and November as a third season in Bora Bora, called the shoulder season. The shoulder season marks the transitions between the wet season and dry season, and is often considered to be the best time to visit Bora Bora. The weather is generally pleasant, yet the crowds are much smaller compared to the high season, making it an ideal time to find discount room rates. You can also catch the Tahiti Pearl Regatta in mid-May or the Hawaiki Nui Canoe Race in early November.
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