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The Weather



T
his is always the big question: what is the weather going to be like when I take my vacation in the month of ....?
Well, there is no answer to that... this is a tropical region with a similar weather pattern throughout the year, meaning it has a lot of sunshine as well as intermittent rainstorms without any predictable frequency, pattern or particular location or season.

However, there is NO monsoon, there are NO cyclones, and there is a LOT of sunshine.

So, weather considerations should not be a factor in choosing your travel dates. 

Rain comes in the form of warm tropical storms that usually arrive quickly, and disappear just as fast. It can rain buckets suddenly in 1 spot for 15 minutes followed by a bright sunshine, while 1/4 mile down the road, it's been totally dry!

As for the the temperature, there is no noticeable variation throughout the year. Its warm (average about 85˚F), but very pleasantly so, with a water temperature of about 82˚.  It goes down to 78/80 in the evening and at no time does one ever need a jacket or light sweater.

So, do not plan your vacation or honeymoon around any weather expectations. the weather is irrelevant because it cannot be predicted (even 5 days in advance, contrary to what the Weather Channel will have you believe...)

The Climate:
The Society Islands ( Tahiti, Moorea, Bora Bora, Huahine, Raiatea ) and the Tuamotu atolls (Rangiroa, Fakarava, Manihi) have a mild tropical climate, mostly sunny and pleasant.
The average annual temperature in the Society Islands is 85 F with little variation through the year.

As a result of vegetation and wind factors, high islands ( Tahiti, Moorea, Bora Bora, Huahine, Raiatea ) are generally a little more humid than atolls (Rangiroa, Fakarava, Manihi), which are more exposed to the cooling influence of the trade winds


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