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The Weather in Bora Bora
You can see our climate diagram above. On average, the warmest month is February. On the contrary, the coolest month is July. The rainiest month is February while the driest month is July.
Enjoy the beauty of French Polynesia with a Bora Bora vacation rental
Whether your plans include diving the colorful reefs, snorkeling with exotic marine life, feeding sharks and manta rays or deep-sea fishing, a Bora Bora vacation rental provides your home base. Accommodations include luxurious over-the-water bungalows, stylish cottages and huts right on the beach, chic high-rise condominiums with stunning ocean views, hillside guest houses, and sprawling ocean-view villas.
Tastes of French Polynesia
If you've built up an appetite after exploring by land and sea, traditional French Polynesian dishes will tame those hunger pangs. If you love fish, you'll love the menus.
Poisson Cru is the national dish and includes raw fish, usually tuna, and vegetables that are marinated in fresh coconut milk, lemon and lime juice, and garlic. For the real deal, stop at a roadside roulette for a budget-friendly meal.
Family-friendly water adventures: Children can swim with the fishes
Bora Bora's surrounding crystal-clear water is, indeed, a natural wonder. Bora Bora is a SCUBA diver's and snorkeler's paradise. Several tour operators offer SCUBA dive and snorkeling excursions out to live colorful reefs for all experience levels.
When diving and snorkeling, expect to see hard and soft coral that teem with vibrant-colored tropical fish, manta rays, eagle rays, bat rays, leopard rays, and various sharks. Don't worry, these sharks are diver and snorkeler friendly.
Exploring the natural beauty of the island
Get out and explore the natural wonders of Bora Bora. Located near the center of the island, Mount Otemanu is one of two inactive volcanoes and rises to 2,385 feet, which is the highest point on Bora Bora. The ocean side of the volcano appears to rise up directly from the water, while the inland face appears as a rugged spiral.
Take a guided four-wheel-drive tour around the mountain’s base. Visitors will see World War II cannons used by the United States, wonderfully carved cave formations, and ancient archaeological artifacts. Boat tours also feature a 360-degree view of the volcano.
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