Bora Bora is situated approximately 140 miles (225km) northwest of Tahiti, in the western Leeward group of the Society islands of French Polynesia. It is part of the Society Islands
about halfway between South America and Australia. calls it “arguably the most beautiful island on the planet” and “arguably the most famous island in the world.” Author James Michener called it “so stunning, there are really no adequate words
to describe it.”

Bora Bora is known for It is a rugged, volcanic, mountainous island. It features a large lagoon
surrounded by beautiful coral reefs and islets. In the Tahitian language, the pronunciation is closer to Pora Pora, and is commonly translated to mean “first born”.

In large part because of that uniqueness and beauty, the island is very much desired tourist destination for travelers worldwide.

When to visit Bora Bora

The Polynesian summer months, November to April, are often hot and humid. The average temperature during the summer reaches 85 degrees, and the average rainfall is over 10 inches a month. Winter in Bora Bora is slightly cooler, but much drier, with less than 4 inches
of monthly precipitation.

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