Climate of French Polynesia


Polynesia is a region of the world where the climate is summer all year round, with a pleasant tropical climate cooled by the wind of the Pacific. The average temperature, depending on the season, varies only between 25 and 30 degrees Celsius (ie 78 to 86 ° F), to the delight of visitors from the Northern Hemisphere. With this very pleasant climate throughout the year Polynesian lagoon invites you comfortable: a real fountain of youth! Divers should know that the water is slightly cooler at 10 or 15 meters deep, but are rarely iso heat in these latitudes.

From November to March, the weather is hot
and humid with frequent rain for the months of November and December. At that time, the humid tropics are often feels like a shower and that very rarely lasts more than 20 to 30 minutes.

The dry season is from April to October ( "cool" is a figure of speech as the minimum temperature rarely drops below 22 ° C (72 ° F)). But the beginning of each season varies slightly from year to year. Thus, it is not unusual to get rain in early October and noted that in February, it was 3 days of rain in the whole month.

NB: the months of
July and August in French Polynesia are the busiest months for tourism and it is not uncommon for some islands to be sold out.

The climate of French Polynesia is a tropical ocean in both hot and humid.

Two distinct seasons:

The months from November to March are hot and humid with temperatures of 27 ° C to 35 ° C.

A season cooler and drier in April until October with temperatures ranging between 21 ° C and 27 ° C.

The climate is pleasant throughout the year. The rainy season is usually during the warm period. The Marquesas, the temperature is slightly higher


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