Climate

Colombia has a tropical climate, with weather that varies more by region and altitude than season. The low coastal areas enjoy a warm, tropical climate year-round, and the temperature is fairly consistent -- 70 to 80°F (23 to 32°C) during the day. There are frequent rain showers in the wetter months of April to June and in October and November. Highland areas such as Bogota remain relatively cool throughout the year, though days can be hot. The Caribbean coast is warm and dry throughout the year. Generally speaking, Colombia is a year-round destination, but the peak season runs from December to March.