Seasons and Weather
The inviting sub-tropical climate of Belize makes for a pleasant visit most months of the year. Temperatures vary by only about 4°C between the warmest and coolest parts of the year. The humidity, while high, is often masked by the cooling sea breezes along the coast, and when at altitude, by the cool mountain air.
There is a wet and dry season that varies from year to year. The wet season runs from mid-May - November in the south and from mid-June to November in the north. November to February is a transitional period, with the year’s coolest temperatures and a limited amount of rain. The true dry season is February – April and most visitors choose to visit at this time and in the shoulder months (November – February).