Panama’s weather is primarily defined by its two seasons: dry and wet, also known as summer and winter. Rainy and summer. High and low. Green and… Anyway, winter (yes, the locals call it ¨winter¨) typically lasts from May to just before Christmas, and summer is typically from mid-December through April. But rain doesn’t mean rain everyday. And then it also depends where you go. Beach to beach, neighborhood to neighborhood the weather can vary, although there’s some method to the madness. Have a look.
Like many other Central American countries, Panama experiences two seasons: wet and dry. Panama's ¨summer,¨ also know as ¨dry season¨ lasts from December to April. Summer entails hot sunny days with mostly blue skies, cool nighttime...
As a Central American country, Panama boasts a warm climate for much of the year. However, for a relatively small nation, Panama also experiences a range of weather conditions depending on the area in question and the time of year. If...
It can be challenging to accurately generalize weather in Panama, as it depends on the season and most especially the region. Panama City is mostly warm and humid, comparable to Miami in climate.
Whether you're planning a trip to Panama at the height of the dry season between December and April or heading here in the rainy season, you'll find a world of exciting activities just waiting to be explored. Find out which activities...