What’s the weather like in Tobago in June?
Bring lots of summer clothes, but also a waterproof jacket as the Tobago weather in June is very warm but showery. This idyllic Caribbean island has crystal-clear waters, lush forests and charming towns and attractions that you’ll love exploring in June.
Tobago, and the nearby island of Trinidad, are the southernmost nations in the Caribbean, just off the coast of Venezuela. Because it’s so close to the equator, Tobago’s temperatures don’t vary much throughout the year. June’s the beginning of the wet season and you should expect some tropical showers most days.
Tobago’s outside of the hurricane belt and the weather’s warm and wet in June. The average temperature reaches a balmy 31°C and cools slightly in the coastal breeze. The tropical conditions produce about 240mm of rain this month over 20 days. The high amount of sunshine, with seven hours each day, helps to dry the land and the sun doesn’t set until around 6.30pm. The weather in Tobago in June will have high heat, humidity and UV levels so it’s important to keep water and sunblock with you. Take a dip in the Caribbean as you’ll enjoy the water temperature of 27°C.