Peru has a great diversity of climates that determine the tropical environment, due to its geographical location; these characteristics influence the warm and humid climate of the Amazon, so that the altitude of the Andes mountain range and the marine currents of the Atlantic Ocean, those three major climatic regions in the country can be distinguished.
The coast – Sunny weather
What is characterized by the coast of Peru is its aridity, it is a zone of temperate in which it rains very little, but there are dates when the high humidity and in winter there are usually fogs that increase the sensation of cold.
The andes – Dry and temperate weather
In the mountains you can find two seasons throughout the year, in the dates from April to October the days are occasionally sunny and in the months of November to March you can see mostly rain.
The jungle – Humid weather
The tropical weather of the jungle are two well characterized seasons, the first season is dry with a very warm climate that goes from April to October and the second one with rains that goes from November to March.
During the year there is a high humidity which makes it so attractive to visit.
Something very important in Peru is the seasons:
- Summer: December 22 to March 21.
- Autumn: March 22 to June 21.
- Winter: June 22 to September 22.
- Spring: September 23 to December 21.
Peru is a fantastic country to discover with a great variety of climates and vegetation, if you have the opportunity travel to Peru.0