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Weather in September

We are planning on staying at the St Regis resort in September. I am a little concerned with the weather at this time as some of the photos make it look quite cloudy. Can you advise what type of weather we can expect? Thank you.

Bora Bora Island Guide's Response

September is a great month to go to Bora Bora. It is at the end of peak season, so there are less crowds and is at the end of the dry season, so there is less chance of rain than at other times of year. This is the tropics though, so there is always a chance of rain - it's what keeps everything looking so lush! A rain shower may come and go, then the sun will be out again.

Bora Bora winter months include June, July, August, September and October. Winter is the dry season in Tahiti and usually has day after day of sunshine and blue skies.

The lagoon is a balmy 81ºF plus (27ºC), so it is always warm enough to enjoy the lagoon.

The trade winds blow at this time of year, so they help to keep temperatures milder, which is great if you aren't used to hot weather. And there is less humidity in the winter months.

I wouldn't hesitate to book a holiday in September and the St Regis is a fabulous choice of resort.

Kind regards,

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Sep 10, 2015
September is cool
by: Dave

September will be a cool month for traveling. You don't need to worry at all.

Aug 30, 2015
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by: Anonymous

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Aug 13, 2015
Brilliant Post
by: Anonymous

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Jun 27, 2015
good post
by: Saieua

Yes, In Bora land the weather of September is very enjoyable to spend holidays.

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