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What time are the trade winds in Bora Bora? - Broo? Borá Message Board
What time are the trade winds in Bora Bora? Bora Bora is planned to visit us before the end of this year. I' m very interested in avoiding the wet period which, according to what I found out, begins in November. However, the drought also causes trade winds, which can make aquatic activity such as snorkeling more challenging and make above-water balows more inconvenient.
Can it be said fairly that the wind is generally in the month of July and August? So if so, would a trip in October be a good moment to do so? What are the tradewinds in Bora Bora? Who knows, even we are seeing climatic changes in the spirit that this year's wet spell seemed a little bit later..... then big waves..... 2.
What are the trade winds in Bora Bora? In July we saw heavy wind and the inhabitants said that it was usually not so breezy at that period. We' re in the very last of the bungalows above the sea. The snorkel is arid and does not let the sea down so that it does not interfere with our snorkelling work.
What are the trade winds in Bora Bora? The weather is changing..... even now we have very heavy wind, very uncommon for this period, but the rains and the high waves have ceased, which is also a very good thing! What are the tradewinds at Bora Bora?
Sail with Raiatea's TradeWinds Cruise Club -rench Polynesia Message Board
We' re going to cruise with TradeWinds Cruise Clubs in March 2015 and are looking for support with the following questions: What is the forecast for Raiatea and Bora Bora at the end of February/beginning of March? We' re leaving Raiatea and are considering to stay at Le Taha'a Island Resort and Spa before we go on board.
We' d be happy to receive your comments and proposals from the OWB for your private space and great snorkelling. At the Raiatea Riviera we enjoyed our sojourn. When you have a few more hours, it might be a good idea for you to spend a few more workdays. Visit Le Taha'a Island Spa and SPA.
It was a great place to eat, the spas were very pleasant and the personnel very kind. However, there are not many species that swim under the bungalow (from the surface bungalow at Tikehau Pearl Beach and Hotel Kia Ora in Rangiroa we had much better snorkelling).
Then some insect repellent for the isle. Twice we went with Tradewinds from Raiatea to Bora Boa. 2 nights before a boat ride at Raiatea Lodge. When this is your first voyage to Polynesia, you will definitely want to invest some of your free travel experience to explore other archipelagoes before or after your journey.
So we rented a vehicle and spent a whole afternoon driving through Raiatea and it was easy/sweet. I and my man flittered in Moorea and Bora Bora, and for our 15-year jubilee we plan to comeback. Crossing with TradeWinds looks fantastic (and we are RCI members)....is it too good to be tru?
We' been to French Polynesia three time and we like it. We only Tradewinds Cruise we did is an RCI replacement in the Virgin Islands and we really like it. I' m never sea ill, but one night I remained in my confinement while we were going to another of the islands, and I think the movement and the scent of gas made me sickened.
It is a one-of-a-kind adventure if you want to spend most of your time in the sea. Getting RCI members to see the Rotary Foundation members is the purpose of the weekly service. If you like aquatic activities such as yachting, snorkelling, scuba-dive, great dining and a one-of-a-kind way to see Bora Bora and Tahaa, then you will really be enjoying your time.
Raiatea is a beautiful catamaran! Grab your tablets or patches and soak up the waters in a truly enjoyable and entertaining way. It' s excellent and there is no way to reproduce this weekend if you stay on land. You should stay some days in Polynesia because you have a long way to go and 1 weeks is just not enough for you.
When we sail the same day, I thought it would be good to talk before we leave.