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St Vincent and the Grenadines enjoys a hot, tropical climate year round and the average hours of sunshine are fairly consistent for each month, with temperatures reaching average highs of around 30°C. However, the climate does vary between the Grenadines as the southern islands are slightly drier and warmer than those in the north. The driest months are usually February to April. In June to November, the rain usually falls in brief, very heavy showers and it is also the official hurricane season; although the islands' southerly location means that hurricanes rarely have a major impact. This period does also see tropical storms in the region.

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April and May are often great times to visit as prices are much lower than earlier in the year but the weather is still very similar.

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St Vincent and the Grenadines Climate Guide

Destination Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Bequia 27°C 130mm 27°C 97mm 28°C 104mm 29°C 110mm 30°C 149mm 29°C 234mm 29°C 305mm 29°C 282mm 29°C 270mm 29°C 309mm 29°C 271mm 28°C 186mm
Palm Island 29°C 78mm 29°C 57mm 29°C 59mm 30°C 58mm 30°C 76mm 30°C 155mm 30°C 203mm 30°C 195mm 30°C 186mm 30°C 207mm 30°C 182mm 29°C 138mm
Petit St Vincent 29°C 78mm 29°C 57mm 29°C 59mm 30°C 58mm 30°C 76mm 30°C 155mm 30°C 203mm 30°C 195mm 30°C 186mm 30°C 207mm 30°C 182mm 29°C 138mm
St Vincent 27°C 130mm 27°C 97mm 28°C 104mm 29°C 110mm 30°C 149mm 29°C 234mm 29°C 305mm 29°C 282mm 29°C 270mm 29°C 309mm 29°C 271mm 28°C 186mm

Month-by-month guide to travelling in St Vincent and the Grenadines

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Visiting St Vincent and the Grenadines in June - November

Attractive offers make prices a fraction of those offered during the high season. Rainfall is at its highest, peaking in October. This usually consists of relatively short but heavy tropical showers. However, 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

  • Independence Day (27th October): St Vincent & the Grenadines celebrates its independence with parades and other festivities, creating a buzzing atmosphere in the streets.
  • Vincy Mas (end of June to beginning of July): Lasting for 12 days, Vincy Mas is the country's most important celebration, with steel pan bands, calypso and parades.

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