Cheap all inclusive caribbean vacation – resorts & vacation packages


This article was written on 29 May 2010, and is filled under 1. Introduction to all inclusive resorts.

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Caribbean : when to go

It is generally accepted that the Caribbean high season is winter – from mid-December to mid-April. During this season, weather is usually perfect, prices are higher, and resorts are packed with visitors. If you’re looking for a room at the best hotels and resorts, make a reservation months in advance.

Airfares, cruise, and hotel prices fall significantly during the off-season, and the islands are far less crowded during this period. Temperatures are a few degrees warmer than at other times of the year, but the island’s trees are also at their most lush during this season. Aside from saving money, you can enjoy the many carnivals, music festivals, and other events that are held during the off-season. Late August, September, October, and early November are considered low season (or “value season”).

The Caribbean climate is usually warm and humid, and temperatures in the region vary little and range from around 78°F to 88°F all year-round. The region is occasionally swept by hurricanes, which can occur from June to November, but are most common during the month of September. Those travelling to the southernmost Caribbean islands (from St. Vincent to Trinidad, along with Aruba, Bonaire, and Curaçao) do not usually need to worry about hurricanes.

By Michael Young, writer for Cheap All Inclusive Caribbean Vacation.

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