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Where to go - sea - october

Where to go to the beach according to climate

Sea and shore


In October, in the Atlantic coast of Morocco and the Canary Islands the sun is still shining, but from the second half of the month, every now and then some weather disturbances can occur. In the Red Sea coast the temperature begins to be acceptable, especially in the second half of the month. In northern Tanzania and Kenya, the short rains season begins.
Where to go: Comoros, Egypt (Red Sea), Madagascar, Mauritius, Mayotte, Mozambique, Reunion


The Indian monsoon begins to retreat, and the cooler north-east monsoon takes his place, though bringing rains in the exposed slopes.
Where to go: Jordan (Red Sea), Israel (Red Sea)

North and Central America

It's still hot, muggy, rainy and with some risk of hurricanes in the Gulf of Mexico and Central America.

Caribbean Sea

It 's still a hot and sultry month, with heavy showers. The risk of tropical storms and hurricanes is highest. The rains begin to be moderate even in the more sheltered leeward Antilles.


By now the autumn proceeds with rapid steps, and disturbances are frequent, with heavy rains, at least in the north-central part. In the first half of the month, however, the nice and warm weather lingers on in the southernmost and eastern part, from Djerba to Egypt, from Cyprus to Israel.

South America

It's the dry season in Guyana and in north-eastern Brazil.
Where to go: Brazil (Belem, Fortaleza, Natal, Recife, Salvador), Guyana (Georgetown), French Guiana, Suriname


It's spring in the southern hemisphere, so the temperature begins to be acceptable in those islands around the Tropic which in the middle of winter were a bit cool.
Where to go: Fiji, Christmas Island, Cocos Islands, Kiribati, Nauru, Niue, New Caledonia, French Polynesia (Marquesas Islands), Solomon Islands, Tonga (south-central), Vanuatu (South-Central)

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