Breathtaking San Blas Island Weather

San Blas Island Weather

Breathtaking San Blas Island Picturesque views, sandy beaches and blue sunny skies come to mind when hearing the San Blas Islands; that one thing we never consider changing is that beautiful Panamanian and Colombian weather. However there are some weather changes; there are two seasons prominently during the year. Rainy season and high season most commonly known as dry season. Both seasons are breathtaking no matter the circumstances rain or shine.

The rainy season in the San Blas region is only six months out of the year which are June through December. Some might perceive rainy season as a humdrum, gloomy and uneventful time of the year, but, that’s not the case at all. The rain creates a beautiful atmosphere and clarity throughout the area that is truly unforgettable for that it’s worth getting rained on every now and again. Since the islands are a bit of a distance from the Colombian shore the rain doesn’t consistently pour down over the islands, it rains just enough to keep the vegetation, maintain the exotic land and provides ample amount of water for the native islanders. The rain does let up and the sun comes shining through the clouds bringing a lovely light and clear breeze and in some cases no wind at all.

San Blas Island WeatherNow onto that high season. High season is also known as dry season or known as tourists season. This is when the northern regions are going through their wintery months and San Blas, Columbia and other southern hemispheric continents are going through their beautiful summer. This is when the San Blas Islands are shining at its best and winning hearts from all around the world. The trade winds are blowing, sun shining and .005% chance of rain. The winds blow from east to west which can catch you off guard and might blow your hair around but it’s totally worth it when sailing the high seas. The wind will carry your heart and body to another island.

Relaxing on the beaches and hiking through the jungles in any weather on these islands is a beautiful scenario. So don’t hesitate to travel here any time of the year.

Breathtaking San Blas Island Picturesque views, sandy beaches and blue sunny skies come to mind when hearing the San Blas Islands; that one thing we never consider changing is that beautiful Panamanian and Colombian weather. However there are some weather changes; there are two seasons prominently during the year. Rainy season and high season most commonly known as dry season. Both seasons are breathtaking no matter the circumstances rain or shine.

The rainy season in the San Blas region is only six months out of the year which are June through December. Some might perceive rainy season as a humdrum, gloomy and uneventful time of the year, but, that’s not the case at all. The rain creates a beautiful atmosphere and clarity throughout the area that is truly unforgettable for that it’s worth getting rained on every now and again. Since the islands are a bit of a distance from the Colombian shore the rain doesn’t consistently pour down over the islands, it rains just enough to keep the vegetation, maintain the exotic land and provides ample amount of water for the native islanders. The rain does let up and the sun comes shining through the clouds bringing a lovely light and clear breeze and in some cases no wind at all.

San Blas Island WeatherNow onto that high season. High season is also known as dry season or known as tourists season. This is when the northern regions are going through their wintery months and San Blas, Columbia and other southern hemispheric continents are going through their beautiful summer. This is when the San Blas Islands are shining at its best and winning hearts from all around the world. The trade winds are blowing, sun shining and .005% chance of rain. The winds blow from east to west which can catch you off guard and might blow your hair around but it’s totally worth it when sailing the high seas. The wind will carry your heart and body to another island.

Relaxing on the beaches and hiking through the jungles in any weather on these islands is a beautiful scenario. So don’t hesitate to travel here any time of the year.

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