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The islands of St. Kitts and Nevis all get a lot of sun, so no matter what time of the year you go you’re likely to get a tan. Just be sure to bring along some sunscreen if you’re going to soak up those island rays, and start out cautiously so you do not get a burn. The summer is somewhat more rainy, lasting from May until about the beginning of November. The islands are within the hurricane zone, and recent years the hurricane season has been quite active
The winter months are generally dry, and last from from November to February. Daytime temperatures are still in the upper 70s to low 80s during the day and in the low 70s at night. The humidity tends to be a bit lower during the winter as well. St. Kitts is warm enough for water sports year round.