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Expert Tips: When to go to Bora Bora

Expert Tips: When to go to Bora Bora

Experience Bora Bora beyond the lure of picture-perfect beaches. Our experts reveal the best time to visit, insider tips and recommendations so you make the most of your dream vacation!

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Author: Samar Hafeez

Bora Bora is straight out of an artist’s canvas. Tropical landscapes and the colorful culture inspired painters like Paul Gauguin, and will light up your senses as well. 

Aptly nicknamed the Pearl of the Pacific, Bora Bora is a part of French Polynesia in the South Pacific Ocean. It lies to the northwest of Tahiti, less than an hour by air from the capital city of Papeete. 

Sweeping views of the turquoise lagoon and soaring rainforest-covered basaltic peaks mesmerize you even before the touchdown. The stunning backdrop of Mount Otemanu adorns the far-flung island’s unspoilt beauty. 

The island’s natural beauty and wonders it is a highly coveted romantic getaway. Overwater bungalows with unparalleled ocean views are perfect for relaxing and soaking up the idyllic atmosphere. Pristine lagoons, beautiful coral reefs and a vast array of wildlife draw snorkeling and scuba diving enthusiasts from around the world. 

If Bora Bora is on your mind, get our inside scoop on where to go, the best season to visit, and recommendations to make your trip an unforgettable one. 

When to go to Bora Bora

Expert Tips: When to go to Bora Bora

Bora Bora has a tropical climate that’s warm and balmy all year round. Weather patterns tend to vary throughout the year, which may impact the quality of your experience on the island. So choose well and plan ahead…

High Season from May to October: Plenty of sunshine and clear blue skies

Expert Tips: When to go to Bora Bora

May to October marks the dry season or winter in Bora Bora, when temperatures are a bit cooler between 79 to 84 degrees Fahrenheit. Abundant sunshine and fewer rain showers make the dry season the high season for tourism and higher prices on resorts. The high season is also best for water sports due to comfortable water temperatures and increased visibility. 

Indulge yourself on full-day excursions to nearby islands, go snorkeling in coral gardens and spot beautiful tropical fish. Swim with stingrays in shallow waters and watch black-tip sharks cruise the reef. Relish Polynesian barbecues and candle-lit dinners, served under a small thatched roof on a beautiful motu (islet). Bora Bora is the perfect setting for romance!

Our tip: If you’re planning to visit during the peak season, we recommend you book your accommodation and activities well in advance (8+ months…

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