Caribbean Travel Guide

Caribbean Travel Guide

St. Lucia

St. Lucia

According to Countryaah, St. Lucia is a country in Caribbean. The beautiful Helena of the West, as the island is often called, beguiles with its dream beaches, magnificent coral reefs, lush rainforests, hot springs and imposing waterfalls. The Piton Twin Mountains rise steeply from the sea and form the symbol of the island. The varied landscape leaves nothing to be desired and the possible activities are broad. On idyllic hikes you will experience the biodiversity of the tropical rainforests with rare parrots, wild orchids and numerous other natural treasures.

Climate:

On St. Lucia there is a humid tropical climate with an annual average temperature between 24 and 30 degrees. The rainy season is from June to December, during which tropical storms (hurricans) can occur. The dry season is from January to May.

Best travel time:

The months from December to April are the best time to travel to St. Lucia.

Dominica

Dominica

The Nature Island – that’s what Dominica is also called. It is the most pristine island in the Antilles and lives up to its nickname. A carpet of dense rainforest covers three quarters of the country and is interspersed with hot springs, lakes and countless watercourses. The land of 365 rivers does not serve the classic Caribbean clichés with palm-fringed dream beaches. For nature and active vacationers, however, the green lung offers an attractive alternative. Dominika’s seemingly impenetrable forests hide beautiful hiking trails of varying degrees of difficulty. There is even a hiking trail, the so-called Waitukubuli National Trail, which crosses the entire island in 14 stages. The untouched natural jewel is based on ecotourism and already offers you several eco-certified accommodations. Sun worshipers and water mermaids are not neglected on Dominica. In particular, the calm seas along the west coast are ideal for diving, snorkeling and swimming. Dominica’s natural treasures will make a lasting impression!

Climate:

On Domenica there is a humid tropical climate with an annual average temperature between 24 and 30 degrees. There is no dry season in that sense. An accumulation of precipitation is recorded in the months from June to December, in which tropical storms (hurricanes) can also occur.

Best travel time:

The best time to travel to Dominica is from December to April.

Cuba

Cuba

According to iTypeUSA, Cuba is an island state in the Caribbean full of variety and contrasts, which has a lot to offer culturally and scenically. In the northwest, the island has a coastal strip to the Gulf of Mexico, but the entire north coast lies on the Atlantic Ocean. A fascinating flora and fauna, the beautiful sandy beaches and the diverse landscape in the interior make the heart of every nature lover beat faster. Cuba is an insider tip for diving enthusiasts and is the perfect diving spot in the Caribbean with its colorful and varied underwater world and the many shipwrecks. Cuba also has a lot to offer culturally and the history of the revolution is omnipresent. The still communist-ruled country is known to car enthusiasts for its very well-preserved American classic cars, the tourists even chauffeured around the country these days. With the unique hospitality and warmth of the Cubans, this country enchants almost every visitor.

Climate:

Cuba is characterized by a tropical savanna climate with two seasons. The rainy season covers the months between June and October. The average temperatures throughout the year reach highs between 25 and over 30 degrees Celsius, there are hardly any major fluctuations. In the Guantánamo Bay in the southeast there is a hot steppe climate with an average of 26.5 degrees, in the mountains the temperatures are correspondingly lower with an average of 19 to 20 degrees.

Best travel time:

Although Cuba is a year-round destination for surfers, divers and beach holidaymakers, the dry months between November and April are particularly recommended. If you want to avoid the main tourist season and travel to Cuba in the humid season, you should pay attention to the holidays from July to August and the hurricane season, which can drag on into November.

Dominican Republic

Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic is one of the most geographically diverse countries in the Caribbean. It presents its visitors with alpine mountain ranges, the tropical rainforest, mangrove swamps, dream beaches and even desert areas and thus offers numerous and very diverse landscapes for nature and hiking enthusiasts. Between mid-January and the end of March, humpback whales can even be seen in Samaná Bay. See AllCityPopulation for country flags of Dominican Republic and other countries in Central America.

Climate:

The Dominican Republic has a tropical climate with an average temperature of around 25 degrees Celsius all year round. The values ​​are subject to fluctuations in the coastal regions and in the mountains. The north of the country has more rainfall than the hotter south. There is a rainy season between November and January (in the north) and from May to November in the south. Water temperatures between 25 and 27 degrees Celsius on the Caribbean and Atlantic coasts allow extensive beach holidays all year round.

Best travel time:

Basically, the Dominican Republic can be visited by water sports enthusiasts and trekking tourists all year round. It is a little drier in the months between December and May. In addition, travelers avoid the hurricane season, which is from June to November. Those who want to watch humpback whales in the Bay of Samaná have the opportunity to do so from mid-January to the end of March.

Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidad and Tobago

Fantastically beautiful landscapes with bathing paradises and lush green rainforests, species-rich flora and fauna, lively cities and a diverse culture – you will find this and much more in Trinidad and Tobago. The two-island state became famous for its colorful carnival week, to which thousands of people from all over the world travel every year. During the rest of the year you can enjoy your privacy here on the often deserted beaches. The smaller and more original island of Tobago is increasingly building on ecotourism and is still an insider tip for all nature lovers.

Climate:

The climate is tropical with an average annual temperature of 28 degrees.

Best travel time:

The dry season from January to May is the best time to travel.

 

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