What is the rainy season in Costa Rica?
Generally, the rainy season (or “green season”) is from May to mid-November in most of the country, with notable exceptions on the Caribbean coast. Costa Ricans call this wet time of year their winter. The dry season, considered summer by Costa Ricans, is from mid-November to April.
When should you not go to Costa Rica?
Reason not to visit: If you are into nightlife such as clubbing or late nights in general, Costa Rica may not be the best destination for you. Most bars at resorts close by 10pm and most public bars close by midnight unless you are staying in places such as Tamarindo, San Jose, Puerto Viejo or Jaco.
Is it safe to go to Costa Rica right now?
Costa Rica is a very clean and safe place to visit. The people are friendly and there aren’t major weather events (like earthquakes or hurricanes) that happen here regularly. Update: 3/6/2020 Currently COVID-19 Corona Virus is a concern for everyone deciding to travel.
Is it a good time to go to Costa Rica in July?
July is a great month for Costa Rica weather. Although it’s the third month of Costa Rica’s seven-month rainy season, a weather phenomenon called veranillo (“little summer”) means sunny days can dominate for weeks. July is also great for reduced crowds, low season discounts and increased hotel availability.