Best time to go to Antigua
Antigua doesn’t really do cold weather, and you can expect the mercury to waver in the mid-to-high twenties throughout the year. January’s the ‘chilliest’ month, with averages of 25°C, and temperatures can reach the early thirties in June and July. Tropical downpours aren’t uncommon in the Caribbean, and you can expect the most rainfall in October. It’s known for being drier than its island neighbours, though, and the humidity’s a little lower, too. If you’re planning a snorkelling session or two, August is when the sea’s at its warmest.