If you are thinking about taking a Caribbean vacation, it is wise to investigate the different climates and tourist activities during different months there. Some months may have more tourists and be more expensive while other months may have less activity, but also more inclement weather.
During the Winter Season
The winter season is the most popular for a Caribbean destination vacation. Everyone and anyone living in colder climates look to this vacation destination for escape from the bitter cold and snow. If you are planning to vacation during the winter season, it is best to plan many months ahead of time. The closer you get to the season, the more expensive traveling to the Caribbean will be on all fronts. Hotels, cruises, activities, and even dining are all more expensive during this time. It is also important to note that vacating during the winter season is also more crowded.
A Holiday in Springtime
During the springtime, the Caribbean is usually sunny and warm with typically very little rainfall. Since the winter season has passed, there are fewer tourists heading to the Caribbean and you will find that the prices are a bit more reasonable. In an effort to bring more business to this destination, tourist destinations usually lower their prices a bit. You can find a good deal and perfectly beautiful weather if you plan ahead.
The summer season is typically less crowded as compared to winter and spring; however, there is still quite a buzz of activity since many workers do not have time off from work until this time of year; however, it is much less crowded.
Weather is typically more rainy in June, and hot and humid in July and August. If you were in need of a relaxing vacation in the Caribbean, this would be the time to go.
If you are concerned about hurricanes in the Caribbean, you should know that hurricane season typically runs from early June to mid-November. You may wish to do extended research on past hurricanes, including how often they occur and when to expect them most, before planning your visit to the Caribbean.
Whatever season you are planning to visit the Caribbean, do your research, speak with friends, and get the advice of a travel agent. You may also decide to try a mini-vacation for your first time out.
A little legwork now will ensure a well-deserved vacation later.