What’s the weather like in the Caribbean in March?
With 28 island nations, the Caribbean enjoys a tropical climate with warmer weather in the southern islands and slightly cooler temperatures further north. With little change from season to season and weather influenced by the warm Gulf Stream, the region is a popular holiday destination all year round. In March you’ll be greeted by some of the driest conditions of the year, so you won’t need to worry about rain.
The Bahamas are furthest northwest in the Caribbean, making it the coolest nation at this time of year. With average temperatures of 28°C, the weather’s still beautifully warm in March, while the sea’s a lovely 29°C, perfect for swimming and snorkelling. This month, the Bahamas experience nine wet days with 70mm of rain across the month. Further south, Barbados is slightly hotter at this time of year with highs of 30°C and just 38mm of rain on average.