January in Martinique is the beginning of the dry season. The first month of the year is an invitation to discover the island of flowers from all angles knowing that it is the best season for all the possible activities in Martinique.
Temperatures are a little milder, but above 22 degrees. We tell you everything you need to know before booking your stay for the month of January.
The month of January corresponds as we said before to the dry season which is also the high tourist season in the Caribbean.
It is in this period that you can find the climate and landscapes worthy of postcards in Paradise.
The temperatures in the first month of the year are very pleasant and vary little from day to day. Temperatures are between 22 and 30 degrees on average.
This guarantees that you can plan your stay and activities without major changes of plans due to cooler or hotter days than expected.
The water temperature in January is favorable to swimming: it is 27 degrees on average which is one of the coolest months, but between us, who has never dreamed of a water at this temperature in his pool.
Like a vacation for the rain gauge. At the beginning of the dry season, it rains about 10 days in a month. This is one of the lowest months for this tropical Caribbean region where heavy rains are not unknown.
When we tell you that it looks like paradise: with nearly 7.5 hours of sunshine per day (225 hours in a month), Martinique is the shot of brightness and warmth you need in the middle of winter in Europe.
Good shoes for hiking! With less chance of rain in January, it's the perfect time to take the authentic trails of Martinique and explore these lands.
Martinique welcomes in January the Cata Raid, an extreme race in catamarans around Martinique! An international group of athletes is invited for 5 exceptional events of 30 nautical miles along the island.
For the month of January, start with the following price estimates:
Round trip flight: €580
All inclusive stay: 1350 €.
Going to Martinique in January is a very good choice! Pleasant temperatures, rare rains and crowds that have not yet reached their peak: here are all the conditions for a successful trip.
The dry season allows you to try nature and water activities without forgetting to enjoy a Madinina version of the holiday season.
Illustration by Tourcrib