Taha'a is an island in the French Polynesian Society Islands, located in the South Pacific Ocean. French Polynesia is an "overseas country" of 118 islands that are part of France, divided into five groups (Society Islands, Tuamotu Archipelago, Gambier Islands, Marquesas Islands, & Austral Islands). The island of Taha'a is 90.2 square kilometers (34.8 square miles) in size, and home to just over 5,000 people. Taha'a has so much to offer, and truly is an unspoiled paradise!
Best Time to Visit & Climate The climate in Taha'a is tropical year-round, but can shift minimally due to the amount of rainfall.
Dry Season (winter): June through November is considered peak season. The prices are at their highest, and the crowded can be quite dense, at times. June through September are the driest months. Coolest month is July. August is the driest month. Temperature range from a high of 26-28³C (80-83°F), and a low of 20-22°C (69-71°F).
Wet Season (summer): December through March is considered low season. The prices are at their lowest, and there are no crowds. Hottest month is January. Wettest month is December. Temperatures range from a high of 28-29°C (83-84°F), and a low of 22-23°C (72-73°F).
Shoulder Season: April & May are great months to travel to Bora Bora, right before the seasons change. The prices tend to be a bit lower, and the crowds are almost non-existent. Temperatures range from a high of 27-28°C (82-83°F), to a low of 22-23°C (72-73°F).
I traveled to Taha'a near the end of July, and it was just gorgeous! Not a drop of rain, and countless hours of sunshine! I explored around the different motu, admired the beauty of the gorgeous lagoon, and had incredible views of Le Taha'a Resort!