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Grenada enjoys a hot, tropical climate all year round, tempered by cooling trade winds, with an average high of 29°C to 30°C. The driest months are typically January to May. From June to December the rain usually falls in brief, very heavy showers. The average hours of sunshine doesn't vary a great deal through the year. Grenada is located on the southern edge of the hurricane and tropical storm belt, which means that the island is rarely affected by the storms that pass through the region from July to November.

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Being able to watch the turtles hatching on Levera Beach when I visited in June made this one of my favourite times to go.

Sarah, Hidden Beaches Specialist

Month-by-month guide to travelling in Grenada

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Visiting Grenada in June - November

Attractive offers make prices a fraction of those offered during the high season. The last of the turtles hatch between the end of June and the beginning of July. Rainfall is at its highest, but usually consists of relatively short showers. Although there are heavy tropical showers, there are still plenty of sunshine hours and the island landscape becomes more lush with rich green vegetation and beautiful tropical flowers. The official hurricane season falls between July and November, and although the risk of hurricanes is very small, you might encounter tropical storms.

Events & Festivals

  • Spicemas Festival (end of July to beginning of August): Grenada's Spicemas Festival is celebrated with soca competitions, steel pan orchestras and band parades.

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Trip ideas and travel guides to exploring Grenada