When to Go to Tahiti
Tahiti by Season
Tahiti's tropical climate brings warm, sunny days and bright blue skies all year round. While rain can fall in the summertime, it rarely lasts long and should not put you off visiting. Tahiti's year is split into just two seasons, winter and summer, with the slightly cooler wintertime being the most popular time of year to travel.
November to April
Summer in Tahiti is hot, bright and sunny, with temperatures soaring into the thirties and high humidity levels. There's a reasonable chance of rain, and when showers do occur they can be heavy, although they usually give way to sunshine after only a short burst. The hot weather might tempt you to the pool or the beach to cool off with a swim, or to spend your days sipping on chilled cocktails.
May to October
Winter in Tahiti is something of a misnomer, as it's not exactly cold. In fact, temperatures remain in the mid to high twenties, there's very little rain and humidity levels are low, making this an excellent time to try some walking or hiking in the forests, kayaking along the coastline, or sunbathing on Tahiti's glorious beaches.