Eastern Caribbean from Miami April 2024

Eastern Caribbean

During your Eastern Caribbean trip from Miami in April 2024, you will have the opportunity to go snorkeling, walk along beaches with pearly pink sand, and swim through crystal-clear blue waters. Here is a summary of the weather in the Eastern Caribbean to help you efficiently plan your trip from Miami. Because of its proximity to both the North Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, the climate of the Eastern Caribbean is classified as marine subtropical, characterized by high temperatures and average levels of precipitation. The year-round maximum temperatures are already quite warm during the dry winter season, but they are even hotter during the wet summer season. It should come as no surprise that the driest months of the year in the Eastern Caribbean—January through May—are the busiest months for tourism. During these months, precipitation is minimal, humidity levels drop, and the temperature dips ever-so-slightly. The rainy season, which begins in June and lasts until December, is essentially an extended version of the dry season; it is fundamentally the same, but there is a little bit more of everything. As it occurs during hurricane season, which runs from June until November, there is an increased likelihood of severe storms, and the ocean may at times become unsafe for navigation. September is the month with the highest probability of a hurricane, and despite the fact that hurricanes are normally relatively uncommon, anyone planning to travel to the area should do some research into the most recent storm activity before leaving. Departing from Miami, Eastern Caribbean cruise ports welcome ships and visitors from the world’s most popular cruise lines, including Azamara Club Cruises, Carnival Cruise Line, Crystal Cruises, MSC Cruises, Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises, Regent Seven Seas Cruises, Royal Caribbean, Virgin Voyages, offering a large number of Eastern Caribbean voyages in April 2024.

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