The climate in Captiva varys through the year, so we've written
a description of the typical climate you can expect for certain
December, January, February
The wonderful winter climate attracts many travellers to Captiva.
Although there is a slight drop in the temperature Captiva
enjoys an excellent amount of sunshine, and there is usually
little rain in these months. This is the time of year to travel
if you want to escape from the snow and ice of a British winter,
in no time at all you could be relaxing on the beach in the
Daytime average high 72F and Evening 55F.
High season on Captiva starts around the third week of December.
These months are some of the most popular months of the year
for visitors, many from the Northern States of the USA and
There is very little rain and the humidity is low.
This is a wonderful time, to escape the rain and cold of
England. Enjoying the balmy weather, relaxing on the tropical
beaches of Captiva.
Daytime average high 75/80F and Evening 67F.
One of the quieter months on Captiva, it is easy to get around
the island and get into restaurants. For this reason it is
also one of the best months for us Brits to visit Captiva
during Whitsun or half term.
The latter part of the month starts getting hotter temperatures
rising to 86F.
June, July, August
This is becoming a busier time of year; the wonderful sultry
temperatures are cooled by the sea breezes.
During these months you may experience late afternoon showers.
Which blow over quickly and leave the air lovely and cool
There is a wonderful firework show over the water for July
Daytime average high 90F and Evening 75F.
These are another 2 months where you will find Captiva uncrowded,
The weather late October starts to drop, to below 80F
Daytime average high 87F and Evening 70F.
Thanksgiving weekend is busy, but otherwise this is
a wonderful month for exploring and enjoying the temperatures
of around 77F.
Daytime average high 80F and Evening 62F