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When to go to the Caribbean Coast and Islands

The Caribbean coast and islands have a hot climate. Daytime temperatures reach the upper 20s°C to mid-30s°C (80-95°F). Typically there are two rainy seasons, May to June and August to November. Storms can be torrential and sometimes cause local flooding. From the end of the year into March, high winds come blowing out of the North. Small craft advisories may be issued during these periods. In the San Andrés Islands you have to watch for hurricanes from May to September. Historically, hurricanes do not strike as far south as the northern coast of South America.

Here are some related tips to help plan your trip to The Caribbean Coast and Islands: Providencia and Santa Catalina: When to go, San Andres Island: When to go and San Andres, Providencia and Santa Catalina: When to go.







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