Costa Rica Holiday Weather

Weather in Costa Rica

The climate in Costa Rica is considered a tropical climate, which is hot all year round with two seasons, a dry season and a rainy season. In the plains and along the coasts, while it is more temperate in the plateau, that is, in the so-called Tierra Templates, where the temperature changes are low because the country is located near the equator. Hence, the main difference between the seasons lies in the precipitation Rain. However, most of the country is so rainy that it is covered with rainforests.

Summer in Costa Rica (June to August)

It is considered the rainy season in Costa Rica and is even known as the “green season” when the foliage is green. Summer is characterized by low accommodation costs and fewer tourist crowds. Nevertheless, it is the perfect time to discover the wildlife and attend the many summer festivals.

Autumn in Costa Rica (September to November)

Although the autumn climate has heavy rains, it is considered one of the most beautiful times to travel only in the country’s remote areas, especially in the Nicoya Peninsula and “Zona Sur.” In addition to attending festivals and events such as the unique Lemon Carnival.

Winter in Costa Rica (December to April)

Winter is the best time for travel and tourism in Costa Rica because the dry season provides a mild climate for hiking, excellent recreational tours, and exciting adventures. Tourists visit coastal beaches such as the Nicoya Peninsula and attend Christmas and New Year celebrations.

Spring in Costa Rica (April to May)

One of the good times for tourism in Costa Rica is in the spring, as it is a time for the popular music festivals in Costa Rica, especially the celebration of Easter all over the country. In addition to the exciting bullfighting rituals and the San Jose State Arts Festival.

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