What’s the weather like in Tobago in January?
The weather in Tobago in December is hot, sunny and with fewer showers than in the wet season. This Caribbean island enjoys a year-round warm climate and you’ll love relaxing on the white sandy beaches, exploring the towns or trying some of the many water sports on offer.
Tobago and the island of Trinidad are the southernmost countries in the Caribbean. They’re found off the coast of Venezuela with the north Atlantic to the east. Between January and May there’s not as much rain in Tobago, with only about 14 days getting some wet weather. The south of the island’s usually a little drier than the north because it’s shielded from the north-east winds.
Take a luxurious holiday to Tobago in January and you’ll enjoy an amazing average temperature of 30°C. At night it drops to a cool 20°C and in the evenings you can stroll along the beaches in very comfortable conditions. January’s one of the sunniest months too, with not much cloud. On average, the sun shines for eight hours and rises at 6.30am before setting around 6pm. You can expect about 69mm of rainfall around the island, and often, the short showers can feel quite cooling during the warm days. The UV index is high, like it is all year in Tobago, so take care and use plenty of sunblock. The Caribbean Sea should be a very welcoming 26°C. The hot weather in Tobago in January, plus the pretty beaches, mountains and forests, will give you a Caribbean trip to remember.