The climate of Puerto Rico: when to go to Puerto Rico

The island of Puerto Rico enjoys a hot-humid tropical climate, with average annual temperatures of 26 ° C and rainfall well distributed throughout the year. The wettest period, however, coincides with the months from May to October. The rainiest month ...

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Puerto Rico: the smallest island in the Greater Antilles

Puerto Rico (Commonwealth of Puerto Rico; Estado Libre Asociado de Puerto Rico) is a state that occupies the smallest island in the Greater Antilles. Located in the Caribbean Sea between the island of Hispaniola and the Virgin Islands, the state ...

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The climate of Panama: when to go to Panama

The climate of Panama is tropical, and can be divided into two distinct climatic regions: the coast along the Caribbean Sea and the coast along the Pacific Ocean, both climatic regions have temperatures ranging between 25 ° C and 32 ...

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Panama: a narrow strip of land between two oceans

Panama is a presidential republic of Central America, located in the narrowest part of the Isthmian region of Central America. This state borders Costa Rica to the west, Colombia to the east, is washed by the Caribbean Sea to the ...

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The climate of Nicaragua: when to go to Nicaragua

The climate of Nicaragua is tropical, and can be divided into three distinct climatic regions: the coast along the Caribbean Sea, the coast along the Pacific Ocean and the northern mountainous region. The heat is more bearable from December to ...

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Nicaragua: the land of lakes and volcanoes

Nicaragua (República de Nicaragua) is a presidential republic of Central America. This is by extension the largest state in Central America. It borders Honduras in the north, Costa Rica in the south, is bathed in the east by the Antilles ...

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The climate of the Netherlands Antilles: when to go

CLIMATE OF CURAÇAO AND BONAIRE The two southern and largest islands of the Netherlands Antilles, Curaçao and Bonaire have a hot-dry and sunny tropical climate all year round, with average temperatures of 27 ° C, mitigated by the constant blowing ...

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Netherlands Antilles: remains of the Dutch colonial empire

The Netherlands Antilles (Nederlandse Antillen) are part of the Lesser Antilles in the Caribbean Sea and are made up of two groups of islands almost 1,000 km apart. The first group, the southern one, is made up of the islands ...

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The climate of Montserrat: when to go to Montserrat

The island of Montserrat has a hot humid tropical climate, with constant temperatures throughout the year. The average minimum temperatures of Montserrat vary between 21 ° C and 24 ° C. While the maximum averages vary between 28 ° C ...

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Montserrat: an island with a destructive volcano

Montserrat Island is a British overseas territory located in the Caribbean in the Lesser Antilles. The island is located south-west of Antigua, south-east of Nevis and north-west of Guadeloupe. The island is mountainous and reaches its maximum height with the ...

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The climate of Martinique: when to go to Martinique

The island of Martinique has a hot humid tropical climate, with constant temperatures throughout the year. The average minimum temperatures vary between 21 ° C and 23 ° C, while the average maximum temperatures vary between 28 ° C and ...

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Martinique: wild island with an active volcano

The island of Martinique (Martinique) is a French overseas department located in the Caribbean, in the Lesser Antilles. The island is located south of Dominica, and north of Saint Lucia. The capital is the city of Fort-de-France. Martinique was discovered ...

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The climate of Jamaica: when to go to Jamaica

The climate of Jamaica is tropical hot and influenced by the sea and north-east trade winds. Along the coast of the island, temperatures vary between 22 ° C and 31 ° C, they drop slightly inland in relation to height, ...

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Jamaica: mountainous island with beautiful beaches

The island of Jamaica (Jamaica) is located in the Caribbean Sea south of Cuba and west of Hispaniola (Haiti). This is an independent state associated with the British Commonwealth. The island has as its capital the city of Kingston which ...

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The climate of Honduras: when to go to Honduras

The climate of Honduras is tropical. Along the north coast overlooking the Caribbean Sea, the climate is warm and rainy all year round, with abundant rainfall on the Caribbean side. While at higher altitudes and on the highlands the temperatures ...

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Honduras: a plateau that stretches between two seas

Honduras (República de Honduras) is a presidential republic of Central America that borders Nicaragua to the south, Guatemala to the west, and El Salvador to the southwest. While to the north and east it is washed by the Caribbean Sea, ...

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The climate of Haiti: when to go to Haiti

Haiti has a humid tropical climate, with warm temperatures throughout the year, which become milder and cooler with height. In the capital Port-au-Prince, the maximum average temperatures vary between 34 ° C and 31 ° C, while the minimum averages ...

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Haiti: rugged mountains and African traditions

Haiti (République d’Haïti) is a presidential republic that occupies the western part of the island of Hispaniola. This island is the second largest island in the Greater Antilles (76,480 sq km) after Cuba. The state of Haiti has only one ...

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The climate of Guatemala: when to go to Guatemala

The climate of Guatemala is tropical and sub-tropical, but varies greatly in relation to altitude. In fact, in the areas of the plateau, between 800 and 1,600 meters high, where the largest inhabited centers of the country are located, the ...

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Guatemala: ancient Mayan cities and volcanoes

Guatemala (República de Guatemala) is a presidential republic located in Central America. This country is bathed in the southwest by the Pacific Ocean, and in the east by the Caribbean Sea, bordered to the north and west by Mexico, in ...

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The climate of Guadeloupe: when to go to Guadeloupe

Guadeloupe has a nice warm and humid tropical climate, characterized by two distinct seasons, a hot and humid season from June to November with average maximum temperatures of 32°C and average minimum of 24°C, and a dry and more fresh ...

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Guadeloupe: two very different islands

The island of Guadeloupe (Guadeloupe) is a French overseas department located in the Caribbean, in the Lesser Antilles. The island is located south of Montserrat and Antigua, and north of Dominica. The capital is the city of Basse-Terre. In addition ...

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The climate of Grenada: when to go to Grenada

The island of Grenada has a wet tropical climate with average annual temperatures of 28°C, the climate is often tempered by trade north-east winds. There are two seasons that characterize the climate of the island, the humid and hot rainy ...

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Grenada: the island of nutmeg and other spices

The Isle of Grenada (Commonwealth of Grenada) is a constitutional monarchy associated with the British Commonwealth. The island is located in the Lesser Antilles, between the Caribbean Sea to the west and the Atlantic Ocean to the east, north of ...

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The climate of El Salvador: when to go to El Salvador

The climate of El Salvador is warm sub-tropical and varies according to the altitude that makes it, in most of the country’s temperate climate, only the coastal area has a tropical climate very hot. The dry season in El Salvador ...

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El Salvador: a country rich in volcanoes

El Salvador (República de El Salvador) is a presidential rebubblic of Central America bordering to the east and north with Honduras to the north-west with Guatemala and faces the Pacific Ocean to the south, the capital is the city of ...

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The climate of the Dominican Republic: when to go

The Dominican Republic (also known by the name of Santo Domingo) has a humid tropical climate, with warm temperatures throughout the year, which become milder and cooler with the height and thanks to the breath of the north-east trade winds ...

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Dominican Republic: colonial towns and beaches

The Dominican Republic also known as Santo Domingo (República Dominicana) is a presidential republic that occupies the eastern part of the island of Hispaniola (after Cuba, the second largest island in the Greater Antilles by size, 76,480 sq km). To ...

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The climate of Dominica: when to go to Dominica

The climate of the island of Dominica is tropical, hot and humid, with constant temperatures throughout the year ranging between 23 ° C-30 ° C in summer and 21 ° C-28 ° C in winter. The island’s climate is very ...

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Dominica: a volcanic island covered in rainforest

The island of Dominica (Commonwealth of Dominica) is a parliamentary republic associated with the British Commonwealth, located in the Lesser Antilles. The island is located between Guadeloupe and Martinique. The capital and main port is the small town of Roseau ...

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