Knowing what to expect out of the weather when you head to Guadeloupe will help to ensure that you make the most of your vacation time.
Temperatures in Guadeloupe are so stable and vary so little that the average high temperature is identical five months out of the year. In fact, daily highs and lows vary more than monthly averages, with temperatures dipping into the high 60s and low 70s overnight, and reaching the mid to high 80s when the sun is out.
|Average High and Low Temperature|
The following chart shows how temperatures change throughout the day on average during each month in Guadeloupe. The pattern remains the same throughout the year, even though the temperatures do not. The coolest times of days are overnight, and as the sun is rising and setting. Early morning is the best time of day to be outdoors, hiking, or touring the island on foot or bike. Late morning through early afternoon is where you'll experience the hottest temperatures, so these are the best times of day for water sports, sunning at the beach, and indoor activities.
|Average Temperature by Time of Day|
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