Caribbean Weather

Average Caribbean Weather By Month

 

Caribbean rainfall in inches by month for major destinations. © 2017 Scott Bateman

January

Caribbean weather in January is certainly warmer than the U.S., Canada, or Europe, but some places are warmer than others. The warmest destinations include Cayman Islands and St. Lucia; the coolest include the Bahamas, Dominican Republic, and Turks and Caicos. Rain averages about two to three inches per month. Keep in mind that sea temperatures is often cool for swimming in northern locations.

February

Temperatures in February show little movement. In some places they increase a degree while in others they decline. In Dominica, rainfall increases to four inches. Costa Rica reaches a low point for rain, which is good news for western Caribbean cruises.

March

March is one of the most popular months for visiting the Caribbean, not just because of spring break, but because of warming temperatures and low rainfall for many destinations. In Dominica, rainfall climbs again to five inches, but keep in mind that Dominica is a lush island with waterfalls and tropical rainforests. It’s a great place for ecotourism, though not so much for lying on a beach. Costa Rica continues to have low rainfall.

April

April is another great month to visit the Caribbean, for the same reasons as March, but with some exceptions. In San Juan, Puerto Rico, rainfall reaches its first high point of the year at six inches. It’s not the best time for a long-term stay, but it’s okay for cruise visitors, who can visit indoors San Juan historical sites and shopping.

May

Caribbean weather in May includes a brief rainy season for many destinations. Aruba is a safe bet because it is the driest island of all. Rainfall at Cancun, Cayman Islands, Costa Rica, and Dominica jumps to five inches or more per month.

June

This is a bad month for the Bahamas, with an average of nine inches of rain. Cozumel gets eight inches, while Belize and Costa Rica average more than 10. For people who like hot weather, Cancun, Cayman Islands, and Cozumel have average high temperatures that reach 90 degrees Fahrenheit.

June is the official beginning of the annual Caribbean hurricane season. But historically it almost no hurricanes and only one tropical storm every other year, according to the U.S. National Hurricane Center.

Tropical storms often threaten the Caribbean during hurricane season from June through November. Source: Pixabay Creative Commons license
Tropical storms often threaten the Caribbean during hurricane season from June through November. Source: Pixabay Creative Commons license

July

Hurricane season is starting to make itself known, with six inches or more of rainfall for the Bahamas, Barbados, the Cayman Islands, and St. Lucia. It’s a good month for Antigua, Cancun, the Dominican Republic, Jamaica, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. July averages three tropical storms with two that become hurricanes.

August

“Ugh” is a good word to describe rainfall for the Bahamas and Cancun. Every major destination except for the ABC islands of Aruba, Bonaire, and Curaçao averages four inches or more. On average, August has three tropical storms with two that become hurricanes.

September

September is the worst month of the year for Caribbean weather because it’s the worst month of the annual hurricane season. An average of four tropical storms occur in September with two that become hurricanes. Avoid Caribbean destinations, except possibly the ABC islands—Aruba, Bonaire, Curacao—and maybe the Dominican Republic. But at least September is warm.

October

October is barely better than September, usually the second worst month of the year for Caribbean weather. All of the major destinations average five inches or more of rain. On average, four tropical storms develop, but they rarely grow into hurricanes.

November

The Bahamas finally get a break from the rain and wind, but the temperatures are starting to drop too. Barbados, Cancun, and Jamaica are becoming better options. St. Maarten has the heaviest rain of the year. On average, only one tropical storm forms every other year. Hurricanes are rare.

December

The hurricane season is officially over and rainfall declines everywhere. But temperatures are declining as well; the Bahamas, Cancun, and other northern destinations are usually too chilly for swimming. Dominican Republic and St. Thomas are worthy options. Tourist activity starts to increase in the Caribbean as northerners start to flee cold winter weather.

3 Reasons Why It’s Better to Use a Travel Agent

3 Reasons why you should use a travel agent

(a super informative, unbiased blog from a travel agency)

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Whoever told you that planning the trip is half the fun obviously hasn’t been on any great trips. Life’s short enough, honestly, and let’s face it – vacation days are limited. Make sure you get the most out of your trip and rest assured that everything is taken care of.

Think of your travel agency as your very own secretary, hype squad, booking assistant, local guide, personal assistant and emergency contact. They’re like your very own human travel swiss army knife – there when you need ‘em, yet hardly noticeable when you don’t. Take a look at three reasons why you should use travel agents. This is also just a clever way of saying ‘Three Ways to Humbley Brag about Apollo Travel Orlando.’

1. Skip The Admin

Agreed, picking the destination is great. So is searching the web for things to do and daydreaming about your vacation, as you watch influencers vlog about their travels in your next destination. However, there’s a less-fun side of things. Planning flights, securing accommodation, booking airport shuttles, ensuring travel insurance – the list goes on and on. Apollo Travel Orlando ensures that all the nitty-gritty details are taken care of, to ensure a smooth journey from start to finish.

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   2. Tailored to taste

Get the most out of your holiday and the most of what the destination offers. Although it’s great to explore a destination and see which adventures come your way – Apollo Travel Orlando ensures that your travel package includes everything you need and even more. Our team of travelling experts has connections all over the world and can give you the inside scoop to the best places to see, which activities to book and secret gems waiting to be explored.

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3. The best, affordable deals and options

You can’t find what you want if you don’t know where to look. The internet is jam-packed with holiday deals and big, bold promises. However, we all know that when it looks too good to be true, it usually is. With years of travelling and booking experience, Apollo Travel Agency secures the best and most affordable options that are the real deal and that will give you the most out of your holiday.

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Which destinations are on your bucket list? We’d love to help you and start your journey to get the most out of this life we’re living. There are mountains to climb, oceans to swim in, people to meet and food to try! Contact Apollo Travel Orlando today and we’ll help you plan your next holiday!

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Apollo Travel Orlando opens registration for Tarot With An Attitude Getaway 2021 in Cancun

Apollo Travel Orlando opens registration for Tarot With An Attitude Getaway 2021 in Cancun

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE : Apollo Travel Orlando opens registration for Tarot With An Attitude Getaway 2021 in Cancun

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Apollo Travel Orlando has unveiled this year’s much-anticipated metaphysical gathering in Cancun, Mexico. A getaway for members of Tarot With an Attitude (TWAA) as well as other like-minded people who want to relax in the glow of fellowship.

The all-inclusive price point starts at an attractive $1450 a couple and goes to $1650 for a swim-out suite. Among the activities include divination by tarot, pendulums, runes, and psychic intuition, and there will be a seance at midnight on Halloween.

Rev. Rob Lee, a highly respected Tarot consultant and transformational coach from Tarot With An Attitude, will be among those spearheading the activities. Apart from being a seasoned,  Registered Clinical Social Work Intern with a Master’s degree from UCF, Rev Rob is also an ordained minister, Reiki practitioner, and a spiritual healer.

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“I am excited to guide our participants during the personal readings. We will have Divination by the Pool and others activities many people have yet to see and experience. We’ll be throwing in some classes as well,” Rev. Rob said in an interview. 

Rev. Rob uses an array of Tarot & Oracle cards and pendulums for Divination. 

“Transformational Coaching brings your unique energy to full bloom. Breathe easy, talk and laugh – we’ll get to the root of the issue, and you’ll find clarity and peace of mind while having fun doing it,” Rev. Rob added. 

Tarot readings are a powerful form of Divination that utilize an ancient deck of cards to assist people in searching for explanations to their most important questions in life, whether about career, relationships, love, or finances.  

“These readings aid an individual to better understand what he or she has to know about a specific situation. They can choose a “blind” or open reading so Spirit can access their greater awareness and give them more understanding about themselves. Readings give people an insight into the past, current, and future events,” Rev. Rob said. 

The metaphysical gathering seeks to empower participants as well as help them gain an understanding of a situation they currently face. 

Participants will have the opportunity to enjoy “Wine and Spirit Night” with Rev. Rob and Spiritualist Rocky Digati at the Royalton Riviera Cancun, an all-inclusive resort in Riviera Cancun, sitting perched on a dazzling strip of powdery white sand. They will also have the chance to interact with Becky Gregory and Hillis Pugh from Cosmic Insights. 

The package includes all meals and snacks, alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, a 24-hour room service, and optional Catamaran and Myan ruin excursions. The actual official group dates are slated on October 29th through November 3rd.   

The all-inclusive vacation features a selection of luxury accommodations and thoughtful touches throughout, including the “DreamBed” designed exclusively for Royalton Resorts. This luxurious resort has 250 thread count sheets, free Wi-Fi, All-In Connectivity, and several other perks and privileges. 

Apollo Travel Orlando, the event organizer, is a successful travel agency specializing in Destination weddings, Social groups (with a flair for social Facebook group gatherings), Caribbean all-Inclusive resorts, cruise, and European vacations. The Apollo Travel Headquarters has a brick-and-mortar storefront in the same Florida location since 1985.

 

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Company: Apollo Travel Orlando

E-mail: [email protected]

Contact Number: 4073410853

Country: United States

Website:  https://apollotravel.com 

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Apollo Back  –  6/3/21 local press release

Apollo Back – 6/3/21 local press release

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Bruce Kahler                                                                                              

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Apollo Travel Orlando announces vacation opportunities for honeymooners, couples and social media friends

 

 

Apollo Travel Orlando, a leading travel agency based in Florida, is kicking off the start of the summer travel season by reminding customers of its specialty couple vacation packages designed to spice up your love life.

 

The last several months were tough for families and relationships, but clear skies await Apollo Travel couples. One thing that sets Apollo Travel Orlando apart is the value and importance of romance. Booking romance travel with Apollo Travel gives you access to gorgeous destination wedding options and beautiful honeymoon locations with exquisite beaches and scenic landscapes. Many in-love travelers make memories in Cancun, Jamaica, The Bahamas, Saint Lucia, and Barbados.

 

“For couples, the pandemic was a trying time. It was tough, and people need to reward themselves for making it out of a global health emergency as a team, as a family,” Apollo Travel Orlando CEO Bruce Kahler said.

 

A wedding is a unique and special experience that sets a foundation for lasting happiness. Apollo Travel Orlando avoids the “cookie-cutter” approach to traveling and gives each client a custom experience.

 

Letting Apollo Travel Orlando take the reins lessens the stress of any destination wedding or vacation planning. Apollo Travel Orlando agents can assist with many wedding stressors like your Honeymoon registry.

 

Apollo Travel Orlando also has options for all family and group sizes and accepts clients all over—not just Florida. Prospective travelers have an array of choices from its Caribbean All-Inclusive resorts and cruises to unique and affordable international travel options in Europe. Don’t worry Apollo Travel Orlando agents are industry experts and have all the information you need before traveling overseas.

 

Have a big family or special requests/accommodation? Leave your worries in the past. Apollo Travel Orlando agents can customize your travel to fit your family’s unique needs.

 

Let’s not forget about our social media friends. Apollo Travel Orlando is unique and caters to your entire friend circle, including those online. Travelers can book Organized Social trips with friends and family and connect with new friends.

 

For more information about booking your next vacation, visit www.apollotravel.com

 

ABOUT APOLLO TRAVEL: Apollo Travel Orlando is a successful travel agency specializing in Destination weddings, Social groups (with a flair for social Facebook group gatherings) as well as Caribbean all-Inclusive resorts, cruise and European vacations. The Apollo Travel Headquarters has a brick and mortar storefront, in the same Florida location since 1985.

 

 

Stats: one-third of Americans more likely to use travel insurance post-covid

Stats: one-third of Americans more likely to use travel insurance post-covid

Almost half of Americans have faced fees or had to absorb the cost of losses when traveling without travel insurance, a survey commissioned by travel insurance provider Battleface found. The most common charges are for cancellation fees (19 percent), fees for changing travel dates (19 percent), fees for changing travel times (14 percent) and costs associated with baggage loss or delay (10 percent).

When purchasing travel insurance, Americans say their top priority is getting coverage for trip cancellations or delays (44 percent), followed by getting coverage for medical expenses (other than COVID-19) while traveling (32 percent). Other priorities include coverage for personal accidents while traveling (31 percent), delay or loss of luggage (30 percent) and for being returned home in the event of an emergency (26 percent).

Not surprisingly, Battleface’s research suggests that the likelihood that Americans purchase travel insurance coverage has increased slightly since before COVID-19. One-third of respondents (36 percent) said they are more likely to purchase travel insurance now than before COVID for a trip abroad, and 34 percent said they are more likely to do so for a domestic trip.

Almost half (45 percent) of Americans who have purchased travel insurance for a trip abroad consider the benefits, costs and services provided by travel insurance equally important. Among these offerings, benefits (e.g., reimbursement for lost luggage, replacing a lost passport, etc.) come out on top and are considered most important by 22 percent. This is compared to only 17 percent and 16 percent, who consider services and cost as the most important offerings, respectively.

The study, commissioned by Battleface and conducted by Opinium, surveyed 2,000 U.S. adults aged 18 and older in March 2021.

Source: https://www.travelagentcentral.com/your-business/stats-one-third-americans-more-likely-to-use-travel-insurance-post-covid

 

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