French Polynesia Weather and Resorts in August
August is a wonderful time of year to visit French Polynesia – the weather is generally dry and bright, ideal for long days at the beach. The archipelago does experience cooler temperatures during this time of year, but it’s still plenty warm enough for outdoor activities. Although it can be a busy season, it offers a vibrant and lively atmosphere, with lots going on.
What’s the weather like in the French Polynesia in August?
If you’re a fan of clear skies and sunny days, August is the perfect time to visit French Polynesia. However, we would advise you to pack layers for evenings out due to the cool temperatures brought by the trade winds.
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French Polynesia in August experiences fairly warm temperatures with an average maximum daytime temperature of 24.2°C (75.56°F) and a minimum temperature of around 18.1°C (64.58°F) in the evenings.
In August, there’s an average precipitation of 44mm (1.7 inches) and around four rainy days. There’s not a huge chance of rainfall in August, with 251 hours of sun throughout the month.
Humidity is moderately high during August, with an average humidity level of 78%. With average sea temperatures of around 26.4°C, it is an ideal month to visit for swimming, snorkelling, and scuba diving.
What’s the best resort in French Polynesia in August?
If you’re planning a trip to French Polynesia in August, you’ll want to book a gorgeous resort that helps you make the most of the dry and sunny days. Make your reservations now and start planning your relaxing getaway to French Polynesia.
We’d highly recommend you stay at Le Taha’a by Pearl Resorts, a luxurious 5-star resort situated on the Motu Tautau islet. With stunning views of Taha’a and Bora Bora, the resort draws inspiration from traditional Polynesian architecture and offers 57 exceptional suites and villas. Guests can explore the crystal-clear waters of the surrounding lagoon or embark on island tours recommended by the resort’s dedicated concierge service. The Spa, nestled in a lush garden, provides a tranquil retreat with views of the serene interior lagoon and bamboo trees. This idyllic sanctuary offers a vibrant and rejuvenating experience, allowing guests to escape to a world of beauty, vitality, and profound well-being.