Climate Trinidad and Tobago
The islands of Trinidad and Tobago belong to the Lesser Antilles and together form an island state with a tropical climate. Temperatures change only slightly over the course of the year. The highest values are mostly between 29 and 33 degrees, the lowest between 20 and 24 degrees. In the summer months it is a little warmer than in the winter months. Precipitation falls throughout the year. The largest amounts of rain fall during the rainy season from June to December. In the remaining months the precipitation sums are clearly smaller. In total, between 1800 and 2500 litres of rain fall per square metre per year.
For trips to Trinidad and Tobago we recommend the dry season between January and May. Then rain doesn't fall too often and the humidity is more pleasant than in the rainy season. The water temperatures are pleasant 25 to 28 degrees all year round.