When Is The Best Time To Go?
Fortunately for holidaymakers everywhere, the Caribbean boasts wonderfully warm and tropical temperatures all year around. This makes it the ideal spot to enjoy swimming in the sea (without getting goosebumps!), dining outdoors, and finally wearing your favourite pair of sunglasses. Of course, as the Caribbean is so vast, every country’s temperature will vary slightly, so it’s always advisable to double check before you book your next holiday. However, as a general rule:
Spring – During the months of spring, temperatures are comfortable in the mid-20s and rainfall is low.
Summer – During the summer, temperatures can reach upwards of 30 degrees. As temperatures rise, so do levels of rainfall. From the months of June to November there is a heightened risk of hurricanes, but large-scale storms are infrequent.
Autumn – As autumn begins, levels of rainfall begin to decline. Temperatures also begin to fall, but only slightly to an average of 27 degrees.
Winter – Unlike many countries across the globe which experience harsh temperatures and abundant rainfall, Caribbean countries such as Jamaica and Barbados are pleasantly warm with minimal rain. Why not enjoy a paddle on Christmas day?