Haiti, which lies in the west of the island of Hispaniola, has a tropical climate, so that temperature fluctuations over the course of the year are only slight. The average maximum temperatures are between 30 and 32 degrees in winter and almost 35 degrees in summer. At night, temperatures drop to between 20 and 24 degrees Celsius. Precipitation falls largely in the two rainy seasons from April to mid-June and from August to November. Annual precipitation varies between 500 and 900 mm in the north of the country and up to 2600 mm in the southwest and on the central plateau. From June to November, the country can be on the track of a hurricane.
For trips to Haiti, the dry seasons from the end of June to the end of July and from December to March are recommended. During the summer months you should be aware of the latest information on possible cyclones.