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The Weather in Bora-Bora
This is the climate diagram for Bora Bora. On average, the warmest month is February. July is the coolest month, with the average minimum temperature falling to 22°. The rainiest month is February, while the driest month is July.
Opt for a Bora Bora holiday letting for the trip of a lifetime
Bora Bora, nestled in the Pacific Ocean, forms part of French Polynesia. Holiday lettings here will let you see and experience the very best of the island in sumptuous luxury. Traverse the volcanic topography and swim the crystal-clear waters of this tropical island paradise with your very own home away from home. When evening comes, tuck into some fresh seafood and a cocktail and be prepared for some of the most spectacular sunsets of your life.
Eating out in Bora Bora
Bora Bora is known as a luxury destination, and this reputation is reflected at its incredible restaurants. The area is dominated by Tahitian cuisine, along with a selection of French, Vietnamese, and Italian offerings. Local dishes make good use of the area's fresh fish and vegetables. The majority of the meat eaten on the island is imported from New Zealand.
Some dishes to sample in Bora Bora are poisson cru (raw fish spiced with chili and lime juice) and chevreffes (local freshwater shrimp). A few of the most popular eateries in Bora Bora include Mai Kai, La Villa Mahana, and Kaina Hut.
Bora Bora with children
Bora Bora is a wonderfully child-friendly destination. With limited traffic and plenty of secluded bays and lagoons away from the tides, it's the ideal place to take the little ones to connect and engage with the great outdoors. Many of the amenities are family-friendly, with restaurants and swimming pools having specially reserved areas for kids. The island has a laid-back approach to life and provides fantastic hospitality for all those who visit, both young and old!
Excursions and day trips
Bora Bora apartments will set you close to the beach, which is likely where you'll spend most of your time. However, you won't want to miss the spectacular lagoon. This geological formation is home to an array of marine life, from sharks to clown fish. Snorkel, swim, and dive the day away in the shadow of Mount Otemanu, which towers over the tropical waters, giving the area an almost ethereal vibe.
If you want to explore your intrepid side, a jeep tour around the island is the perfect option. While you can reach the peak of Mount Pahia by foot, it's much easier to navigate the difficult terrain of the island with a hired vehicle. There are several companies that will arrange an adventure for you. Many of them also offer diving courses and trips for those who want to venture further than the interior lagoon. If you have an interest in history, check out the island's smattering of Polynesian relics and the remnants of its involvement in World War Two.
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