Made of several islands with St. Vincent being the largest, the weather is, as you’d expect, generally pleasant most of the year. The average temperature is a comfortable 81 degrees, but it can be a bit warmer in the summer and cooler in the winter.

The islands all get a lot of sun, so no matter what time of the year you go you’re likely to get a tan. Just be sure to bring along some sunscreen if you’re going to soak up those island rays. The summer is generally the rainy season however, which lasts from May until about the beginning of November. The islands are within the hurricane zone, and the last major hurricane to make landfall was in 1999 when Hurricane Lenny did substantial damage to the west coast of some of the islands. The interior of the islands, and in the higher regions the rainfall can be as much as double what you’re likely to get on the beach.

The winter months are from November to February but daytime temperatures can still be in the upper 70s to low 80s during the day and in the low 60s or so at night. So close to the equator, St. Vincent and the Grenadines has generally warm weather in the winter. But the humidity tends to be much less during the winter however.