Due to the location, daytime and evening temperatures in Bora Bora, as well as throughout the rest of French Polynesia, are generally stable from month to month. Since Bora Bora is even closer to the equator compared to nearby islands, it tends to be even more consistent than Tahiti and Moorea, which are about 140 miles (230 kilometers) to the southwest.
Most people would describe the climate to be nearly (if not) perfect in Bora Bora, at least for a week or two at a time. In Bora Bora, everyday is warm and somewhat humid while every night is almost as warm as the daytime, yet notebly less humid. Because the nights are a bit less humid, visitors get a chance to cool off.
For helpful climate information see the monthly temperature chart, found below.