Wednesday, 12 August 2020

How Cold Does It Get In Costa Rica?

To change your weather in Costa Rica simply move to another of the 12 climate zones and/or change your elevation.

Costa Rica is known as a tropical paradise. Being closer to the equator, it has been classified as a tropical country, meaning hot.

But just take a look at the following minimum temperatures recorded on March 14, 2019, by the IMN – the national weather service:

The maximum temperatures recorded on March 13, 2019:

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To change your weather in Costa Rica simply move to another of the 12 climate zones and/or change your elevation.

For the latest weather conditions in Costa Rica, check out the IMN on Twitter.

 

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