Guyana has a tropical climate and is not hit by tropical cyclones. The temperatures in Guyana are between 25 – 30 ° C all year round. It can get hot and humid at night, as the Atlantic trade winds cool off during the day.
Guyana has two rainy seasons, at least on the coast, from May to mid-August and from mid-November to mid-January. Accordingly, the dry seasons are from February to April and mid-August to October. The hottest months are August and October. In theIn the savannah region, the rainy season runs from the end of April to the end of September. The dry season lasts from November to April.
The best time to travel to Guyana is at the end of the rainy season, late January or late August. Some locals recommend the period from mid-October to mid-May, when it can also rain heavily, but the temperatures are no longer that high.
The best time to travel also depends on travel plans. The Kaieteur Falls have the most water at the end of the two rainy seasons. The dry season is ideal for trekking tours or bird watching and the mating season of the jaguars is in May.
Average daytime temperature
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Average night temperature
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Average water temperature
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