Palau is considered one of the hottest countries in the world, according to the World Atlas.
The annual average temperature for Palau is 28.04°C or 82.47°F.
World Atlas described Palau as “a cluster of hundreds of gorgeous limestone and volcanic islands in the North Pacific Ocean, east of the southern Philippines.”It added that it’s hot temperatures, Palau is vulnerable to rising sea levels,
“ Palau is a global leader in combating climate change and establishing environmental protocols. The country experiences a tropical rainforest climate with heavy rains all year round. The high humidity and temperatures often combine to create uncomfortable conditions, but that is no deterrent to tourists who are still attracted by the country’s spectacular natural beauty. “
Palau being close to the equator experiences a dry season during the months of November to April and a wet season from July to October, Humidity is also all year round in Palau
Among the top ten countries with Palau is another Pacific country Tuvalu. Others in the list are the African countries of Mali, Senegal, Burkina Faso, and Gambia.