Overview of French Polynesia Weather

The weather in French Polynesia is tropical and humid all year round, with average temperatures between 26 and 28 degrees Celsius. The water temperature is also warm and pleasant all year round, with an average of 24 degrees Celsius.

The weather in French Polynesia is influenced by two main factors: the trade winds and the South Pacific High. The trade winds blow from the east, and they help to keep the temperatures in French Polynesia pleasant and cool. The South Pacific High is a large area of high pressure that sits over the south Pacific Ocean. This high pressure system helps to bring warm, moist air from the north to French Polynesia.

The rainy season in French Polynesia runs from November to April. During this time, the trade winds are weaker and the South Pacific High is closer to French Polynesia. This means that there is more moisture in the air, and it rains more often. The average rainfall during the rainy season is about 200mm.

The best time to visit French Polynesia is from May to October. During this time, the trade winds are stronger and the weather is drier. This is the peak tourist season in French Polynesia, so accommodation and flight prices are higher.