May through November is known as Costa Rica’s ‘green season’ and I think it is the best chance to visit. The field in a real sense wakes up, like springtime in northern environments, with lush vegetation and a more prominent assortment of sprouting orchids and blossoms. The air is fragrant, moist and warm, just what you would expect during a tropical developing season. The facts really confirm that you might get some downpour during your travels. In any case, you could show up for a week and see none, or you could see discontinuous evening or night showers, or to say the least, a couple of long stretches of mists and sprinkle and downpour. However, for most travelers, there is ultimately a sizable amount of sun to bring back home with you as a decent, tropical, Costa Rican tan! Here are just a couple of valid justifications to consider summer and fall travel in Costa Rica:
- Experience attractions and normal regions without the usual vacationer swarms.
- The waterways are full and whitewater boating is at its ideal.
- Downpour usually succumbs to a couple of hours in the early evening or around evening time and seldom upsets travel.
- Ocean turtles come to settle during this timeframe so many have come to likewise call it ‘turtle season’.
- It is the pinnacle surfer season as the waves are at their best.
- The beach front waters are a practically steady 74 degrees on the two coasts.
- June frequently sees veranito, a ‘little summer’ of half a month with next to zero downpour.
- Airfares are at their outright most reduced and a few extraordinary arrangements can be found.