What is the weather like in Colombia in May?
It’s typically colder in Andean Bogotá, with highs in the ’60s and lows in the ’40s (and little to no rainfall in May). The Caribbean lowlands and coast are notoriously hot and humid, with temps averaging 86°F. The weather in Medellín is famously pleasant, with highs averaging in the low ’70s.
What season is May in Bogota?
A year has two clearly identifiable times: rainy season and dry season. The rainy season comes in April to May and October to November, and dry season is usually in December to January and July to August, though this can vary considerably.
What is the best month to visit Colombia?
The best time to go to Colombia is in December to March, when the Andes are drier. September to October are the wettest months, but it’s all relative – the rainforest can be wet all year round, and the coast is seriously hot.
What city in Colombia has the best weather?
Medellín, Colombia’s second largest city, sits at 5,000 feet above sea level and is considered to have perfect spring-like weather all year round.
Does Columbia have a rainy season?
Feel all the seasons here
The weather in Colombia only has two seasons: a dry season (from December to January and July to August) and a cloudy season (from April to May and October to November), when usually it’s sunny in the morning and cloudy/rainy in the afternoon.